Timothy Olyphant

News, Reviews & Features
  • Channel 5 drops Justified amid concerns it was good

    TV News | Ed Williamson | 15th January 2014

    Channel 5 today announced that it had no intention of broadcasting season five of Justified, having come to the conclusion that it was really very good and therefore not in-keeping with the channel's ethos.

  • Shower off the stink of The Following with two great things

    TV News | Ed Williamson | 30th April 2013

    I know, it was horrific. But it's over now. And Hannibal's first season and Justified's fourth begin on Sky Living and 5USA next week. Trust me, good TV is just around the corner. Pick yourself up and start again.

  • Justified: The Complete Third Season DVD

    TV Review | Ed Williamson | 4th March 2013

    I might have been guilty in the past of pointing out that Timothy Olyphant looks like a date-rapist, and I stand by that. But at the time I'd never been exposed to the splendour of Justified.

  • Win The Crazies on DVD

    Movie Competition | Ali | 19th July 2010

    It's competition time! Just like Going Live, only you don't have to control a small, poorly-responsive, digitised troll with your touch-tone phone.

  • The Crazies

    Movie Review | Rob | 25th February 2010

    Welcome to small town Iowa, where everyone owns a farm, the police wear jeans, there are cornfields aplenty, and baseball games are rudely interrupted by maniacal hillbillies wielding shotguns. Oh, and it's probably best to take your own water, too.

  • The Crazies trailer is Olyphantastic

    Movie Trailer | Ali | 13th December 2009

    Remember zombies? They used to be cool before vampires and werewolves became fashionable. They're still pottering around in this remake of one of George Romero's non-Dead movies. Braaiiins? Move along.

  • A Perfect Getaway

    Movie Review | Phyllis | 13th August 2009

    I'm not sure what to make of David Twohy. The man is responsible for Critters 2: The Main Course, Waterworld, G.I. Jane and The Chronicles of Riddick (and unleashing Vin Diesel onto an unsuspecting world, damn it). One might despise him for these vile offences, nay, not just despise, but secretly wish to haul him into the Hague for crimes against humanity.

  • Die Hard 4.0

    Movie Review | Ali | 18th July 2007

    Beating Indiana Jones to the punch for the winner of the Most Unnecessary Return From Retirement award, Officer McClane steps backs in the field some 12 years after he last saw action. For a movie that was largely expected to curl off a big pixellated PG-13 turd on one of the best action franchises ever, Die Hard 4.0 is surprisi...