WATCH THIS: The bad boy of food TV Anthony Bourdain

If you haven’t seen any of his numerous food series, now is the time to binge watch them on Netflix

For the love of food watch this: Chef’s Table on Netflix

It goes inside the lives and kitchens of the world’s most renowned chefs

BBC taking over foreign homes one television show at a time

BBC Worldwide has become a key supplier of television content internationally — including to SA life television

If you haven’t watched Stranger Things yet, you should

Stranger Things, the Netflix original drama series, could well be a proverbial TV love child of The Goonies and The X-Files

Appeal for co-operation for a better film industry

Technology has had a huge effect on filmed entertainment. It’s time to entrench the gains

Planet Earth's endless sense of wonder

Planet Earth II reminds us habitats are dwindling, sometimes disappearing

FILM REVIEW: Fences is coarse, but still uplifting

A terrific and even uplifting film. It’s no surprise that Viola Davis won the Oscar for this

FILM REVIEW: Moonlight

Moonlight is too abstract a title for this gritty, streetwise portrait of a young man’s growth into a fearsome screen presence

007 pops up again, and again

Following the success of pop-up channels for the Harry Potter and Star Wars movies, M-Net is now offering the world’s savviest super-spy, James Bond, for a ...

FILM REVIEW: Manchester by the Sea

Lovely but oh, so sad. It took courage to make this film

Bloody good viewing

Here’s a roundup of the best new crime series on TV

Film review: Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them

The fantastic beasts dazzle and their magic is preferable to our hollow politicians, writes Peter Wilhelm

Film review: The Accountant

The film’s oddities help make The Accountant stand out among ultra-violent films

Film review: Arrival

Communication with aliens is at the heart of this sometimes tortured movie