Accidental Love Trailer

Accidental Love Trailer

Watch the official trailer for Accidental Love; the upcoming comedy starring Jake Gyllenhaal and Jessica Biel.

Hear The Voices on Blu-ray, DVD, and Steelbook July 13th.

Hear The Voices on Blu-ray, DVD, and Steelbook July 13th.

Learn about the Blu-ray, DVD, and Steenbok release of Ryan Reynolds black comedy The Voices. Plus see the official cover art, and trailer.

Original Vs. Remake - Poltergeist

Original Vs. Remake – Poltergeist

Poltergeists go head-to-head in Terry Lewis’ comparative review/examination of the cult horror classic, and its brand new remake.

Entourage Is Available, In Full, on Sky. Right Now.

Entourage Is Available, In Full, on Sky. Right Now.

Learn how and when Sky customers will be able to watch all 8 seasons of HBO’s Entourage, plus when the Entourage movie will be released.

Black Mass Teaser Trailer

Black Mass Teaser Trailer

See the teaser trailer for Black Mass; starring Johnny Depp as one of America’s most notorious gangsters; Boston crime-lord Whitey Bulger.

Me and Earl and The Dying Girl Trailer

Me and Earl and The Dying Girl Trailer

A teenage boy befriends a girl recently diagnosed with cancer in the official Me and Earl and The Dying Girl trailer. From the studio who brought you Juno.

Commando: Director's Cut Blu-ray Review

Commando: Director’s Cut Blu-ray Review

The grandaddy of all action movies gets the Director’s Cut Blu-ray treatment finally as Arnold Schwarzenegger’s Commando unload to home media!

Top 10 Worst Chat-Up Lines - Hello Ladies

Top 10 Worst Chat-Up Lines – Hello Ladies

Some of the worst and most cringe-worthy chat-up lines, celebrating the Blu-ray and DVD release of Stephen Merchant’s HBO comedy Hello Ladies Season 1.

Hello Ladies: Season 1's Cringiest Quotes

Hello Ladies: Season 1’s Cringiest Quotes

Marvel in amazement at some of the cringiest lines from Hello Ladies Season 1: Stephen Merchant’s HBO comedy, out on Blu-ray and DVD May 25th.

Mad Max: Fury Road Review

Mad Max: Fury Road Review

Liam Hoofe explains why Mad Max: Fury Road could be not only the best film this summer, but the film of the year in his review of George Miller’s latest.

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