It's natural to feel overwhelmed when trying to choose something new and good to watch in the world of streaming - so if you're in need of some guidance, you've come to the right place.

Good news - hit espionage drama Slow Horses is back for a third season on Apple TV+, kicking off in style with two episodes dropping at once. The new run, based on Mick Herron's third Slough House novel Real Tigers, sees a romantic liaison in Istanbul threatening to expose a buried MI5 secret in London, and guest-stars Ṣọpẹ́ Dìrísù in a major role as Sean Donovan. Gary Oldman and Jack Lowden are, of course, back, as are the rest of the show's cast.

Meanwhile, Netflix's new reality series Squid Game: the Challenge has taken the streaming site by storm, much like the Korean drama did when it debuted in 2021. The competition series sees 456 real players take on the Squid Games, in the hope of winning a life-changing $4.56 million. In order to win the cash prize, the players face various games inspired by the original show, with everything tested, including their strategies, alliances and their character, as their competitors are eliminated (but do not die!) at every step...

But if movies are more your thing, there's a wide range of titles for you to choose from. New to NOW is festive comedy Genie - a remake of Richard Curtis's 1991 comedy Bernard and the Genie - starring Melissa McCarthy, Paapa Essiedu and Alan Cumming. Alternatively, you could check out civil rights drama Rustin featuring Oscar-tipped Colman Domingo or David Fincher's thriller The Killer. If you're in need of something to entertain the whole family, why not try Leo, in which Adam Sandler voices an animated lizard, or The Velveteen Rabbit, based on the beloved children's book by Margery Williams?

There's plenty of other streaming options, and so to give you a bit of a hand, RadioTimes.com has collated some of the best new offerings: from Netflix and Disney Plus to Prime Video, BBC iPlayer and Apple TV+, here are the latest highlights across the services.

Whether it’s a true-crime documentary series like Get Gotti, an adventure reality contest like 007: Road to a Million, or a time-bending detective drama such as Bodies, there's something here to suit everyone's taste.

Take a look at the list below, which includes all the details about where you can watch any title – and why they’re worth your time.

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  • American Horror Stories

    • 2021
    • Horror
    • Drama
    • 18

    Summary:

    An anthology series of stand-alone episodes delving into horror myths, legends and lore.

    Our verdict::

    This twisted anthology is not letting up on the ick, with four unpleasant new tales. A model who is desperate to lose weight is persuaded to consume a tapeworm; a lonely teen is goaded into performing a series of dangerous pranks by a mysterious online acquaintance; a womaniser has his organs harvested; a man becomes overly reliant on his female-styled robot assistant.

    The quartet of stories all have a point to make about aspects of modern society, which they do without worrying about subtlety.

    Jack Seale

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  • Blood Coast

    • 2023
    • Thriller
    • Drama

    Summary:

    A rogue police captain and his team face a vicious drug dealer, who is intent on seizing control of Marseilles. French crime thriller

    Our verdict::

    Marseille’s reputation as a sweltering hotbed of criminality may or may not be fair, but it’s the impression given by a new, violent French drama.

    A druglord arrives from out of town and promises to make the coastal city his new patch, which — as you can imagine — isn’t received well by the existing kingpin. As a bloodbath looms, a gang of crack police enforcers, who don’t play by the rules, have recruited a female agent who might have her own agenda. Before long, everyone is shooting at someone.

    Tewfik Jallab, Jeanne Goursaud and Nicolas Duvauchelle star.

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  • Fresh Off the Boat

    • 2015
    • Sitcom
    • Drama
    • PG

    Summary:

    US comedy drama with Randall Park and Constance Wu. It is loosely based on celebrity chef Eddie Huang's memoirs about an Asian-American family growing up in Florida during the 1990s.

    Our verdict::

    It was never a hit over here, but this agreeable US sitcom from 2015 ran for six seasons over there and is a minor gem. Based loosely on the experiences of TV chef Eddie Huang, it follows a Taiwanese-American family as they move from Chinatown in Washington DC, to the white community of Orlando, Florida, where their Asian restaurant will be the only one for miles.

    Standard jokes about parenting and coming of age mix neatly with warm character drama and enlightening comment on the immigrant experience.

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  • The Three Musketeers: D'Artagnan

    • Action
    • Romance
    • 2023
    • Martin Bourboulon
    • 121 mins
    • 15

    Summary:

    In 1627, gifted swordsman D'Artagnan heads to Paris with a letter of recommendation addressed to Captain De Treville, commander of the Musketeers. En route, D'Artagnan unknowingly interrupts a diabolical plot orchestrated by Milady. Historical drama, starring Vincent Cassel, Romain Duris and Eva Green

    Why watch?:

    Alexandre Dumas’s often- filmed novel is brought to life by a charismatic European cast. François Civil is D’Artagnan, who crosses swords with, and later joins, the musketeers loyal to King Louis XIII (Louis Garrel). Old-fashioned in the best way, the film benefits from period-perfect stylings and excellent turns from Vincent Cassel, Eva Green and Phantom Thread’s Vicky Krieps.

    Sequel The Three Musketeers: Milady is in cinemas from 15 December.

    James Mottram

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  • Candy Cane Lane

    • Action
    • Comedy
    • 2023
    • Reginald Hudlin
    • 117 mins
    • 12A

    Summary:

    Christmas-obsessed salesman Chris Carver (Eddie Murphy) and wife Carol (Tracee Ellis Ross) are determined to win an annual prize for best decorated house in their community. Chris sources additional decorations from a pop-up called Kringle's, blissfully unaware that the proprietor Pepper (Gillian Bell) is an embittered elf from the North Pole, who tricks shoppers into signing away their freedom

    Our verdict::

    Eddie Murphy stars as a recently laid-off father desperately trying to win a lucrative Christmas decorating contest in this peculiar festive comedy from director Reginald Hudlin. What begins as a conventional family film quickly descends into chaos after Murphy makes a Faustian deal with rogue elf Pepper, which could see him added to her collection of captive talking ornaments, among them Nick Offerman sporting a dreadful English accent. When Pepper casts a wicked spell based on a popular Yuletide song, Murphy is forced to enlist the help of his family to save Christmas and himself from meeting a terrible fate.

    It's not without charm, and the charisma of Murphy and Tracee Ellis Ross ensure there are some laughs along the way, but not enough to ensure Christmas classic status.

    Patrick Cremona

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  • Genie

    • Comedy
    • Fantasy
    • 2023
    • Sam Boyd
    • 93 mins
    • PG

    Summary:

    A workaholic enlists the help of a magical genie to help win his family back before Christmas. Remake of Richard Curtis's 1991 comedy Bernard and the Genie, starring Melissa McCarthy, Paapa Essiedu and Alan Cumming

    Our verdict::

    Magic saves the day in this heartstring-tugging Christmas fable scripted by Richard Curtis (Love Actually) and previously adapted by the BBC in 1991. Paapa Essiedu stars as despondent husband and father Bernard, who frees genie Flora (Melissa McCarthy) from her jewellery-box prison and decides to use his unlimited supply of wishes to win back his family.

    Curtis’s screenplay contains little in the way of surprises, but Essiedu brings plenty of emotional depth to the put-upon Bernard. He’s ultimately the straight man to McCarthy, though, who gives a joyously over-the-top performance.

    Terry Staunton

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  • Quentin Blake's Box of Treasures

    • Drama
    • Children's

    Summary:

    A unique collection of six hand-drawn animated tales from the world-famous illustrator and master storyteller, voiced by a stellar cast.

    Why watch?:

    The team behind Quentin Blake’s Clown, shown on Channel 4 in December 2020, has taken six of the famed illustrator’s books and turned them into a series. It kicks off with Zagazoo, a charming story with an adult message, followed by Jack and Nancy, a fantastical tale of a brother and sister who wish to escape to faraway lands.

    The animation is purposefully 2D to keep Blake’s sketchy style, while Adrian Lester’s cheeky and sometimes unreliable narrator injects a lot of fun. Alison Steadman, Nina Sosanya and Simon Pegg also lend their voices.

    Laura Rutkowski

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  • Black Is the New Black

    • 2016
    • Documentary and factual
    • News and current affairs

    Summary:

    The experiences of people who are black and British, with thoughts from people in politics, business, religion and science.

    Why watch?:

    Originally shown in 2016, when it was one of the highlights of the Corporation’s Black and British season, this documentary series uses programme-maker Simon Frederick’s trademark exquisite lighting to bring a painterly flair to interviews with famous black Britons. Lenny Henry, Thandiwe Newton, Naomi Campbell and others talk about the barriers they had to demolish in order to succeed.

    However aware of ingrained racism you think you are, there are lessons here, but the series’ main objective is to celebrate those victories.

    Jack Seale

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  • Obliterated

    • 2023
    • Comedy
    • Thriller
    • 18

    Summary:

    A ragtag special forces team celebrates saving Las Vegas from a deadly plot only to face a deadlier threat. Raucous action adventure

    Our verdict::

    The team behind Cobra Kai and the Harold and Kumar movies have created this aggressively dumb comedy thriller, about a gang of crack US special forces operatives who are also wisecracking, hard- partying liabilities. Episode one sees them foil an effort by Russian cryptocurrency speculators to nuke Las Vegas — in slow motion, to a rock soundtrack — before throwing a boozy, druggy hotel-suite blowout that lasts on screen for nearly 20 minutes and sets up a network of crushes, secrets and hang-ups within the team.

    It’s unpretentious, stupid (very stupid) fun.

    Jack Seale

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  • Slow Horses

    • 2022
    • Drama
    • Crime/detective
    • 15

    Summary:

    Follows a team of British intelligence agents who serve as a dumping ground department of MI5 due to their career-ending mistakes.

    Our verdict::

    Slow Horses has been a slow burn, achieving what many streaming series can only dream of: there it is on AppleTV+, waiting for people to discover it, and gradually they have.

    Based on books by Mick Herron, it’s a spy drama that is set in an MI5 shadow office — Slough House — full of rejects and troubled spooks, led by the physically disgusting but mentally sharp Jackson Lamb (Gary Oldman). Series three begins with Ṣọpẹ́ Dìrísù and Katherine Waterston as spies enjoying a tense tryst in Istanbul.

    How does that relate to Jackson noticing he’s being followed as he buys his nightly kebab? As always, Slow Horses will take its time telling us, but the game is soon afoot, and the show remains a laconically savvy take on classic espionage drama.

    Jack Seale

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  • Reservation Dogs

    • 2021
    • Comedy
    • Crime/detective
    • 18

    Summary:

    Comedy series about four Native American teenagers growing up on a reservation in eastern Oklahoma.

    Our verdict::

    A third and final season for one of America’s most underrated comedies. Co-created by Taika Waititi, it follows a group of four Indigenous teenagers from a small town in the Muscogee Nation, Oklahoma — their coming-of-age exploits are presented in a low-key, off-hand fashion, but are deeply involving and relatable due to the fine work of a young ensemble cast.

    As we rejoin the “Rez Dogs”, they’re stranded on an ill-advised trip to California. Once they return, a new focus on the lives of the town elders shows us that youthful recklessness is nothing new.

    Jack Seale

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  • Faraway Downs

    • 2023
    • Western
    • Drama

    Summary:

    The story centers on an English aristocrat, Lady Sarah Ashley (Nicole Kidman) who travels halfway across the world to confront her wayward husband and sell an unusual asset: a million-acre cattle ranch in the Australian Outback called 'Faraway Downs.' Following the death of her husband, a ruthless Australian cattle baron, King Carney (Bryan Brown), plots to take her land and she reluctantly joins forces with a rough-hewn cattle drover (Hugh Jackman) to protect her ranch. The sweeping adventure romance is explored through the eyes of young Nullah (newcomer Brandon Walters), a bi-racial Indigenous Australian child caught up in the government's draconian racial policy now referred to as the 'Stolen Generations.' Together the trio experiences four life-altering years, a love affair between Lady Ashley and the Drover, and the unavoidable impact of World War II on Northern Australia.

    Our verdict::

    Remember Baz Luhrmann’s epic 2008 film Australia, starring Nicole Kidman as an English widow who inherits a massive Australian farm just as the Second World War breaks out, and Hugh Jackman as the gruff cattle drover who becomes her ally? You might have missed it: it wasn’t a huge success, with many negative reviews focusing on its sappingly long 165-minute runtime.

    Well, it’s back — this drama is not a spin-off as such but a longer version of the film itself, adding footage that was unused at the time to create a mini-series. Whether you think the characters gel now when they didn’t before is up to you, but you won’t see a TV show this year with better cinematography.

    Jack Seale

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  • American Symphony

    • Documentary and factual
    • Drama
    • 2023
    • Matthew Heineman
    • 103 mins
    • 12A

    Summary:

    In November 2021, multi-instrumentalist and composer Jon Batiste was nominated for 11 coveted Grammy Awards for his work on the album We Are and the Pixar computer-animated film Soul. He was the most celebrated artist of the year but joy was tempered with the devastating news that his life partner, best-selling author Suleika Jaouad, was facing a second hard-fought battle against acute myeloid leukaemia. A feature-length documentary directed by Academy Award nominee Matthew Heineman charts the couple's relationship during this pivotal period as Batiste prepares to compose an original symphony to be performed at Carnegie Hall in New York

    Our verdict::

    This intimate portrait focuses on musician Jon Batiste, co-writer of the Oscar- and Grammy- winning score for Pixar’s Soul. The film charts Batiste’s attempt to compose a symphony that breaks the classical mould, while his partner, Suleika Jaouad, undergoes chemotherapy for leukaemia.

    The toll on Batiste is clear, and director Michael Heineman struggles to coax him into lowering his defences on camera. Yet the music is moving, Jaouad’s courage is humbling, and Batiste’s ability to create and perform during such a difficult time is inspirational.

    David Parkinson

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  • Kennedy

    • 2023
    • Documentary and factual
    • History

    Summary:

    An intimate look at the life and legacy of John F Kennedy, 35th President of the United States early years. Featuring a look at his early years, his time in the Second World War, his journey onto the political scene and the dramatic twists and turns of his thousand-day presidency. Featuring new interviews with family members, historians, biographers, politicians and other figures. Narrated by Peter Coyote

    Our verdict::

    There have been a lot of programmes recently examining JFK’s death 60 years ago, but Ashton Gleckman’s eight-part documentary instead focuses on his life, starting with his formative years. Stuffed with rarely seen photos and archive footage, it’s a satisfyingly comprehensive biography.

    Born in 1917 into a large, wealthy Catholic family, Jack’s childhood wasn’t a happy one: his mother was a cold, remote figure, while he suffered chronic health issues that continued throughout his life. The portrait painted by the numerous authors and historians interviewed holds no surprises: the man who eventually became the youngest president to be elected in the US was a charismatic and determined young man who had an eye for the ladies from an early age.

    Jane Rackham

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  • Dodger

    • 2022
    • Action
    • Comedy

    Summary:

    Follows the exploits of the infamous pickpocket, The Artful Dodger, and Fagin's gang as they find ingenious ways to survive the grim and exploitative conditions of early Victorian London in the 1830s.

    Our verdict::

    Rhys Thomas’s tremendously fun re-imagining of Dickens’s Artful Dodger is back for a festive one-off.

    Alongside regulars Christopher Eccleston, David Threlfall and, as Dodger himself, young Billy Jenkins, the show also features Simon Callow as the Archbishop of Canterbury and Nicola Coughlan as Queen Victoria, as well as guest roles for Paul Whitehouse, Alex Macqueen and Toby Stephens. There’s fine mischief in every scene.

    Jack Seale

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  • Uncharted

    • Action
    • Mystery
    • 2022
    • Ruben Fleischer
    • 116 mins
    • 12A

    Summary:

    Street-smart Nathan Drake is recruited by seasoned treasure hunter Victor `Sully" Sullivan to recover a fortune amassed by Ferdinand Magellan, and lost 500 years ago by the House of Moncada. Action adventure based on the video game franchise, starring Tom Holland, Mark Wahlberg and Antonio Banderas

    Our verdict::

    In this serviceable video-game adaptation, Tom Holland plays Nathan, a bartender who is recruited by a treasure hunter (Mark Wahlberg) to help find a 500-year-old fortune that was stockpiled by the Portuguese explorer Ferdinand Magellan. Also on the trail of the loot is a wealthy collector (Antonio Banderas), who may have had a hand in the disappearance of Nathan’s brother.

    Venom director Ruben Fleischer keeps the action moving at a swift pace, and Holland is a likeable presence, but the film is oddly devoid of tension.

    Alan Jones

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  • Beau Is Afraid

    • Comedy
    • Horror
    • 2023
    • Ari Aster
    • 178 mins
    • 15

    Summary:

    Middle-aged and riddled with anxiety, Beau Wassermann nervously anticipates a trip home to see his mother, who presides over a pharmaceutical empire. However, Beau oversleeps and in the frantic dash to the airport, he is the victim of a bizarre crime. Writer/director Ari Aster's horror comedy, starring Joaquin Phoenix, Nathan Lane and Amy Ryan

    Our verdict::

    This ambitious, three-hour black comedy stars Joaquin Phoenix as the anxious Beau, whose seemingly simple goal of visiting his mother is hindered by surreal events and characters, including a knife-wielding nudist and a woodland theatre troupe. Writer/director Ari Aster’s follow-up to horror hits Hereditary and Midsommar also has a wicked sense of humour.

    Unabashedly indulgent in its unconventional storytelling, the film further cements Aster’s reputation as a master of disquieting cinema.

    Patrick Cremona

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  • Belfast

    • Drama
    • Romance
    • 2021
    • Kenneth Branagh
    • 94 mins
    • 12A

    Summary:

    Period drama starring Jude Hill, Caitríona Balfe, Jamie Dornan and Judi Dench. Northern Ireland, 1969: nine-year-old Buddy starts a new school year, only vaguely aware of the political turmoil that surrounds him. When Buddy's Protestant father is approached to join with dangerous local sectarians, the family is increasingly affected by the violence of the Troubles.

    Our verdict::

    Writer/director Kenneth Branagh’s autobiographical drama is set in August 1969 and sees a Belfast neighbourhood attacked by Protestants seeking to force out Catholics. Schoolboy Buddy (Jude Hill) is frightened by the turmoil, while his parents (Caitríona Balfe and Jamie Dornan) realise that standing up against the mob may jeopardise their safety. Eschewing any broader overview of the Troubles, Branagh’s film is a heartfelt plea against prejudice. As engaging as it is, there’s a lack of precision and punch, which leaves it a touch short of greatness.

    Trevor Johnston

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  • Violent Night

    • Comedy
    • Thriller
    • 2022
    • Tommy Wirkola
    • 107 mins
    • 15

    Summary:

    Santa Claus materialises down the chimney of greedy matriarch Gertrude Lightstone just as criminal mastermind Mr Scrooge storms the mansion on Christmas Eve with an army of goons to steal 300million US dollars from the Lightstone family vault. Action comedy, starring David Harbour, John Leguizamo, Beverly D'Angelo and Alex Hassell

    Our verdict::

    Die Hard meets Home Alone in this festive cracker. Stranger Things star David Harbour plays Santa Claus, who must regain his mojo to take action when mercenaries gatecrash the celebrations of a rich family. The breathlessly entertaining battle of wits takes place in a maze- like mansion.

    Beverly D’Angelo (as the acid-tongued matriarch) and Cam Gigandet (as a lunkhead actor) have their moments, but it’s Harbour’s big, bold and ultimately heart-warming performance that anchors this laugh- out-loud romp.

    Jeremy Aspinall

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  • The Kill Room

    • Drama
    • Crime/detective
    • 2023
    • Nicol Paone
    • 98 mins
    • 15

    Summary:

    A hitman, his boss, an art dealer and a money-laundering scheme that accidentally turns the assassin into an overnight avant-garde sensation, one that forces her to play the art world against the underworld.

    Our verdict::

    Uma Thurman and Samuel L Jackson reunite here for their first screen appearance together since Kill Bill Vol 2. In a darkly knockabout satire, Thurman plays a struggling art dealer who allows Jackson’s criminal to launder money through her gallery by selling off the artwork of his killer henchman (Joe Manganiello).

    This is a lightly Tarantino-esque jaunt, with Thurman and Jackson playing to their strengths. Too many gangsters bog things down towards the end, but Nicol Paone’s film has pace and smarts, and will appeal to anybody who reckons modern art is a con.

    Steve Morrissey

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  • Squid Game: The Challenge

    • 2023
    • Entertainment
    • Game show
    • 12

    Summary:

    Released in September 2021, South Korean survival thriller Squid Game became a global sensation and surpassed Bridgerton as the most watched drama series on Netflix. To whet appetites for a second helping in 2024, 456 real players vie for a life-changing prize of $4.56 million by taking part in a spin-off competition series including many of the same nail-biting challenges as the dystopian fiction. Squid Game: The Challenge fits contestants with a black squib that explodes if they are eliminated from one of the physically and mentally gruelling games such as daredevil sprint Red Light, Green Light. To survive each round, players will have to forge alliances and mastermind cunning strategies that target fierce rivals

    Our verdict::

    When Netflix announced it was adapting Squid Game into a real-life game show — with 456 people competing for a prize of $4.56 million — some fans thought the streamer had missed the point, replacing social commentary with genial fun. This does feel slightly detached from the drama (the casting was global, it was filmed in the UK, it has an American feel and we see surprisingly few South Korean players), but overall, the result is tense and entertaining, with several games from the drama re-created on dazzling sets.

    The show has already proved contentious: contestants complained of cold and fatigue during filming, and the pressure is palpably real. The chance to win such a life-changing amount of money has people crying, arguing, and in one case, almost vomiting.

    Laura Rutkowski

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  • Hannah Waddingham: Home for Christmas

    • 2023
    • Musical
    • Entertainment
    • U

    Summary:

    To herald the festive season, Ted Lasso star Hannah Waddingham is joined by special guests and a big band for a musical extravaganza directed by Hamish Hamilton, filmed on the stage of the London Coliseum in front of a live audience.

    Our verdict::

    An actor who was already a star thanks to Game of Thrones and Ted Lasso became a superstar this year by co-hosting Eurovision — but it’s Hannah Waddingham’s musical theatre background that she draws on for this nicely old-fashioned festive special. At the London Coliseum, she sings everything from big-band standards and soul classics to the pure reverence of O, Holy Night.

    Often visibly moved to have been given such a showcase, she welcomes many of her Lasso co-stars to the stage for light-hearted song-and- dance fun. She’s even more adept at the inclusive, energising chat between songs.

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  • A Haunting in Venice

    • Mystery
    • Thriller
    • 2023
    • Kenneth Branagh
    • 103 mins
    • 12A

    Summary:

    Hercule Poirot attends a seance in post-Second World War Venice and he investigates the murder of one of the guests. Agatha Christie mystery directed by and starring Kenneth Branagh

    Our verdict::

    Kenneth Branagh turns to Agatha Christie’s lesser-known 1969 novel Hallowe’en Party for his third outing as Hercule Poirot. This time, the extravagantly moustachoied Belgian sleuth is urged to attend a séance by his novelist friend Ariadne Oliver (Tina Fey), and finds himself with another murder to solve.

    This very loose adaptation of Christie’s mystery can feel somewhat rushed and convoluted, but Branagh conjures up a spooky atmosphere that sets it apart from his previous Poirot films, and he makes fine use of the moody Venetian locales. The game cast also includes Michelle Yeoh, Jamie Dornan and Kelly Reilly.

    Patrick Cremona

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  • The Velveteen Rabbit

    • Action
    • Family
    • 2023
    • Jennifer Perrott
    • 40 mins
    • PG

    Summary:

    The beloved children's book penned by Margery Williams, which celebrates the power of unconditional love, is brought vividly to life in a magical 40-minute journey of self-discovery combining live action and animation. Seven-year-old William (Phoenix Laroche) receives a toy animal for Christmas that becomes his lifelong friend and favourite companion. This Velveteen Rabbit (voiced by Alex Lawther) sparks William's imagination and introduces the boy to colourful characters on two and four legs including Wise Horse (Helena Bonham Carter), Playroom Fairy (Nicola Coughlan) and Lion (Clive Rowe). Jennifer Perrott and Rick Thiele direct the live action and animates sequences respectively, working from a script penned by Tom Bidwell

    Our verdict::

    The Toy Story movies owe a lot to The Velveteen Rabbit, a 1921 novel by Margery Williams about a toy that can speak to other toys but longs to be seen as “real” by its owner. The story’s now been given a sturdy, reverential new dramatisation. One Christmas, young William (Phoenix Laroche) receives a velveteen rabbit (voiced by Alex Lawther) that gets to meet the other toys in the playroom — a voluble crew voiced by Helena Bonham Carter, Lois Chimimba and Paterson Joseph, among others. Stop-motion-style animation and cartoons are mixed nimbly with live action.

    Jack Seale

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