Most of the tunes luxuriate in vintage-synth textures in a way radio hits tend not to.
Based on Lincoln's secret journals, the storyline is faithful to neither fiction nor reality.
Witless, heartless and dull. Even the Twi-hards are going to want their money back.
The same smartly designed, slightly whimsical secret-agent alien-blasting nonsense.
So many great silent Hollywood films were made by Europeans who crossed the Atlantic.
It’s a tiresome paean which could’ve turned out to be less awkward and more inspiring.
Gently affecting short stories, well told, that don't outstay their welcome.
Crisply written, superbly researched volume which doesn't take its players too seriously.
The detail in 'Enemies' makes readers privy to the darkest secrets.
How the world’s most valuable company manages to maintain its secrecy.