Take a look back to the TV show we all adored, with Lionsgate’s “Best Of” The Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, original series cartoon on DVD.
Underground fight films are being released in their droves, so what makes Blood and Bone stand out from the crowd? Read our full review to find out if the acting is up to scratch, if the stories any good, and more importantly, how the fights look.
French police drama Braquo returns for its third season, and you can read our review of the compelling series online now.
Walter White (Bryan Cranston) lived a boring life as a broke, 50 year old, chemistry teacher until he was diagnosed with terminal lung cancer, and decided to start cooking crystal meth so that his family would have some money left when he died. Read our full review of this highly original series as the entire first season is released on DVD.
Review for Breaking Bad Season 2; where high-school teacher turned wannabe drug-dealer Walter White (Bryan Cranston) has problems both in business, and at home.
DVD review of Buried: a tense thriller starring Ryan Reynolds (Smokin’ Aces) as a man who wakes to find out he’s been buried alive, and his struggle to survive.
Read the full DVD review for Centurion; a film that attempts to explain what happened to the famed Ninth Legion of the Roman Army, who disappeared in Scotland.
DVD of Community: The Complete First Season; a US sitcom about a band of misfits who become unlikely friends when they attend a local community college.
Conan The Barbarian returns in the brand new remake, which provides a new look at a classic character, but does the DVD stand up to a barbarian’s scrutiny?
DVD review of Danny Collins; where Al Pacino plays an ageing rockstar attempting to reconnect with his family and get back to his musical roots.
Review for Date Night; comedy starring Steve Carell and Tina Fey, about a married couple who get mistaken for thieves, on a night out they’ll never forget.
In-depth review of Defendor; a film about a delusional man (Woody Harrelson) who arms himself with marbles and lime juice, and decides to become a superhero.
Val Kilmer stars as an American doctor working in Eastern Europe, who gets mistaken for a Russian spy, and drawn into a conflict with a diamond cartel.
Surprisingly enjoyable, Draft Day is an NFL movie, starring Kevin Costner, focussing solely on the business side of the game. Read our full review now.
Blu-ray review of Drive Angry; a movie starring Nicolas Cage as a man who breaks out of hell, and goes on a cross country road-trip to kill a cult leader.
DVD Review of Drive; a ’70s style thriller, and Nicolas Winding Refn film, starring Ryan Gosling as a stuntman-by-day, getaway driver-by-night.
DVD review of Extraordinary Measures, starring Brendan Fraser as John Crowley; a man who went to exceptional lengths to try and cure his children’s disease.
DVD review of Faster; a film starring Dwayne Johnson as an uncompromising man out to avenge the death of his brother at all costs.
An in depth review of the Final Destination 5 DVD; which sees a group of people avoiding fate and surviving a tragic accident, until death comes back for them.
DVD review of Gun; an action movie written by, produced by, and starring rapper Curtis ’50 Cent’ Jackson; about illegal arms dealing within U.S. cities.
New power struggles threaten progression on the Union Pacific Railroad in Hell On Wheels Season 3; AMC’s western TV series, reviewed in full.
Volatile new characters are introduced in Hell On Wheels Season 4. Out now on DVD, and reviewed in full here.
DVD review of Henry of Navarre; the true story of King Henry IV of France, the warrior King who’s hailed as a great defender of religious freedom.
An in-depth DVD review of Homeland Season 3; looking at the series, picture and audio quality, and what makes season 3 a must own.
Full review of Israeli TV series Hostages; where a female surgeon is told to murder the Prime Minister on the operating table, to save her family.
Liam Hoofe reviews Series One of new trans-Atlantic TV show Humans.
Our review of the latest Dolph Lundgren movie; In The Name of the King 2: Two Worlds; the sequel to the 2007 Jason Statham movie.
Read our review of the Justified Season One DVD; a TV series about an old-west style Marshall, dispensing his own form of justice in his small Kentucky hometown.
Batman takes a vacation and leaves Superman in charge of Gotham City. What could go wrong? Read our LEGO DC Justice League: Gotham City Breakout review to find out.
Our review of the latest Lego DC Superheroes adventure, Lego: Justice League – Attack of the Legion of Doom. A film every bit as fun and silly as you’d hope.
DVD review of Little Fockers; the third film in the Meet the Parents trilogy; where Jack Byrnes once again grows suspicious of his eager-to-impress son-in-law.
Read our DVD review of Mad Max: Fury Road to see what makes George Miller’s latest instalment so “aggressively awesome and action packed.”
Our DVD review of Middle Men; the tale of the guys who made the internet what it is today, by inventing online credit card billing, as a new way to watch porn.
ITV1’s call centre based comedy, Mumbai Calling, has it’s first full season reviewed in full for the DVD release.
The first horror movie from acclaimed horror writer/director Wes Craven in 16 years, where a group of teens are terrorised by a serial killer long assumed dead.
Nightcrawler DVD review; a gripping thriller starring Jake Gyllenhaal as a TV news cameraman who goes to extreme lengths in order to get his perfect shot.
Nowhere boy is the story of John Lennon’s teenage years, his introduction to rock & roll, forming his first band, and struggling with a number of family issues.
Kevin James returns for Paul Blart: Mall Cop 2, and you can read our full DVD review of the “cripplingly unfunny” film here.
Pay The Ghost is “a suspenseful and engaging thriller.” Read our full review of the Nicolas Cage horror movie now.
Matt Wheeldon reviews stalker/thriller The Perfect Guy, starring Sanaa Lathan, Michael Ealy, and Morris Chestnut.
Starring Ed Harris, David Duchovny, and William Fichtner, Phantom is based on real events that unfolded when a Soviet submarine went rogue during the Cold War.
As the remake of classic action movie Point Break hits DVD, Matt Wheeldon takes a look at the film he calls a “surprisingly drab stunt-team highlight reel.”
Woody Harrelson stars as corrupt cop Dave Brown in Rampart; but is the film, and the DVD, worth buying? Read our review to find out.
Review of Respectable – The Mary Millington Story; a documentary about the life and legacy of ’70s British porn icon Mary Millington.
DVD review of Restrepo, a documentary following the men of a single platoon during their deployment to the Korengal Valley; the “deadliest place on Earth”.
Read our full review of Robin Hood (2010); Ridley Scott’s tale of how a common archer ended up becoming a legendary outlaw that’s still talked about today.
Terry Lewis reviews cult classic The Rocky Horror Picture Show, for it’s 40th anniversary re-release.
DVD review of Safe House; an action/spy movie starring Denzel Washington and Ryan Reynolds as two starkly opposed CIA agents thrown together.
DVD review of Salmon Fishing in the Yemen; starring Ewan McGregor and Emily Blunt as a pair trying to introduce Salmon fishing to the Yemen.
DVD review of Season of the Witch; a medieval fantasy movie where two knights must transport a suspected witch across miles of dangerous terrain, to face trial.