Rob Brydon

Being stuck on holiday with Steve Coogan and Rob Brydon (particularly Rob Brydon) would be a nightmare. They never shut up. Even when the food is divine and the scenery’s sublime, these two middle-aged men can’t stop egging each other on in an...
Big belly laughs from the culinary kings of comedy.
In Michael Winterbottom’s The Trip, a droll and expertly played comedy of slightly bad manners, the gloss of sincerity and blade of minor malice sit close together; 'I appreciate it, even if it was meant to intimidate me," is a defining line, as...
Tristram Shandy: A Cock and Bull Story flits effortlessly back and forth between two stories. The first is the story of Tristram Shandy, set in the 18th century and the second, concerns a 21st century film crew making a film about Tristram Shandy.
This is Tarantino, London style.
Lock Stock And Two Smoking Barrels is Tarantino, London style. This fast-paced, hugely entertaining comedy thriller bulges with colourful characters who speak with even more colourful accents. One of the great strengths of the film is its...
A refreshingly authentic zombie film.
Like most horror movies, zombie films inevitably battle movie snobbery. Usually relegated to the realm of 'exploitation' or dismissed as lacking serious merit, zombie films have however often transcended their B-Movie brief: to scare the pants...