A slew of Christmas specials will fill our small screens over the Silly Season.
The traditional Christmas movie has all but disappeared from cinemas this year, as filmmakers take pains not to offend other faiths and bow to the demand for lots of sound, fury and action.
Playing WW11 codebreaker Alan Turing, later pilloried for his homosexuality, meant a gruelling experience for English star Benedict Cumberbatch. But his lead role in The Imitation Game looks set to deliver him an Oscar
Christmas episodes have the potential to lift our spirits but they can also be mind-numbingly cliche.
Transformers: Age of Extinction is yet another battle between good robots and bad robots, with some humans, too.
The Herald's experts present the music, movies and television that will make you merry these holidays.
What's on the box
Good women are currently hard to find on our television screens.
Listening parties are back. No need to check the date to see if we’ve wound back the clock to 1950, it’s happening here in Melbourne and it’s all thanks to one podcast.
On paper, Stephen Colbert's bold experiment almost shouldn't have worked.