Though lacking in the villain department, Black Widow is still a thrilling spy adventure that serves as the eulogy that Natasha deserved in Avengers: Endgame.
Bringing together exciting action and compelling real-world issues, The Falcon and the Winter Soldier is another strong entry for the MCU's TV line-up.
The few bright lights in a dark, dismal year, the 2021 Apaddlemy Awards are here to honour all the films, shows and games that got us through 2020.
While a marked improvement over the Theatrical Cut, Zack Snyder's Justice League fails to justify its length with a basic story and rushed character work.
With excellent characterisation and a fun, reality-warping conceit, WandaVision is a great MCU entry, and a strong start for Marvel's first foray into streaming TV.
The new webhead in town, Spider-Man: Miles Morales is short but spectacular, and an impressive display of all the amazing things the PS5 can do.
Built around its impressive "play as anyone" feature, Watch Dogs: Legion is a great leap forward for the series, despite stalling on its narrative delivery.
A captivating combo of racial history and cosmic horror, Lovecraft Country struggles to deliver lore effectively, but succeeds as an intense family drama.