An in-depth review of the Assassin’s Creed Blu-ray – a film with “fine actors” and “spectacular stunt work” which is still “staggeringly dull.”
Does the return of the Xenomorph live up to Ridley Scott’s original Alien movie, or rest with Prometheus? Read our Alien: Covenant review now to find out.
Loveable misfits the Guardians of the Galaxy return for Vol. 2, but can their latest comedy-space-adventure live up to the hilariously fun first outing?
Jamie Foxx is out for revenge against the people who kidnapped his son in Sleepless; an entertaining, though easily forgettable, action movie.
Vin Diesel and co. return for more logic-defying schlock in Fast and Furious 8; full of family and fast cars it’s, guaranteed to excite the Fast franchise’s loyal fans.
Matt Wheeldon reviews The Commitments: 25th Anniversary Edition Blu-ray; “fun, fresh, witty, enjoyable and relevant as it ever was.”
Chris Pine/Jeff Bridges heist thriller Hell or High Water is a “magnificent movie which will restore your faith in films.” Read Matt Wheeldon’s full review now.
Matt Wheeldon reviews David Ayer’s, flawed but fun, Suicide Squad in full.
An in-depth, spoiler-free, review of Gomorrah: The Complete Season 1 & 2 box set. Available now from Arrow Films.
Matt Wheeldon reviews the Ghostbusters remake; a fun film, with a great cast, which unfortunately fails to live up to original. Read our full review for more.
While it has its problems, Matt Wheeldon says The Legend Of Tarzan has everything you could want from a Tarzan movie. Read our full review for more.
Despite Dwayne Johnson and Kevin Hart making a “perfect comedy duo”, Central Intelligence is letdown by “woeful writing.” Read Matt Wheeldon’s review for more.
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.”
Matt Wheeldon reviews Garry Marshall’s latest ensemble comedy/romance picture, Mother’s Day; “a lifeless shell of a film.”
Ice Cube and Kevin Hart return as the brothers-in-law for buddy-cop comedy Ride Along 2. Read our in-depth Blu-ray review here.
X-Men: Apocalypse is “a dreary drudge of an unexciting experience.” Read our full review for more.
Patrick Stewart as a Neo Nazi clubhouse leader getting rid of a band of witnesses sounds great right? As Terry Lewis finds out in his review of Green Room, it’s more “irritable with some immensely satisfying kills.”
Review of Respectable – The Mary Millington Story; a documentary about the life and legacy of ’70s British porn icon Mary Millington.
It’s the ultimate battle between heroes as Marvel Studios’ Avengers explodes with Captain America: Civil War! Terry Lewis finds however that the real fight is between spectacle and plot.
Flawed but fun, it’s our review of Batman V Superman: Dawn of Justice; Zack Snyder’s new superhero movie, on the road to The Justice League.
Terry Lewis finds the stealthily created Cloverfield spiritual successor is alot smarter than people would expect, in his review of bunker psychological thriller 10 Cloverfield Lane
Matt Wheeldon reviews stalker/thriller The Perfect Guy, starring Sanaa Lathan, Michael Ealy, and Morris Chestnut.
‘Difficult to watch yet impossible to turn away from.’ Matt Wheeldon reviews Pablo Larraín’s award-winning film The Club, in full, ahead of its UK release.
John Travolta, Michael Pitt, and Dan Stevens star in the Jackie Earle Haley directed Criminal Activities. Read our full review of the film now.
After Olympus, London Has Fallen and taken the franchise down a sadly forgettable road. Read our full review for more.
Game Of Thrones’ Natalie Dormer goes off into a suicide spot wood in The Forest – Terry Lewis finds out it ends as well as you expect
A young man with Tourette’s, an OCD sufferer, and an anorexic woman take a road trip in heartfelt indie film The Road Within. Read our full review now.
Chris Pine and Casey Affleck co-lead The Finest Hours; “a paint-by-numbers rescue film” which sadly lack the tension needed to make it exciting.
“Neither conventional enough to pull the heart strings, or raunchy enough to be properly funny”, How To Be Single is out now. Read our full review here.
The Merc With A Mouth gets his first proper film outing in an R-rated, Ryan Reynolds’, comic-book movie which “is pure fun.” Read our full review for more.
Pride And Prejudice And Zombies shuffles onto the big screen with the undead meets classic literature joke being disappointingly unfulfilled in Terry Lewis’ review of it.
Acclaimed director John Hillcoat aims for a hat trick of great films with bent cop crime thriller Triple 9. Despite an awesome cast, find out why Terry Lewis finds it ‘unessential’ with our review.
Just in time for that scariest time of year – Valentine’s Day – Terry Lewis checks in with his early UK review of the film adaptation of the Goosebumps children’s horror book franchise.
Chloë Moretz takes on aliens in The 5th Wave; “a young adult movie in every sense of the word.” Read our full review now.
We review Lenny Abrahamsson’s Room; a film that deserves its Oscar buzz, but should come with an emotional warning sticker.
With awards season well underway, Terry Lewis reviews Leonardo DiCaprio’s latest attempt to win an Oscar with Alejandro G. Iñárritu’s Western tale of revenge The Revenant
Quentin Tarantino follows up a Western with another Western as Terry Lewis notices repetition and a lack of innovation in an otherwise fine effort in The Hateful Eight.
Kevin Bacon headlines Cop Car; the tale of who young boys who steal a police car from a sheriff with a dangerous secret. Read our full review now.
You are now about to witness the strength of bias production, as Terry Lewis sits down with the dark horse that threatens to steal all the nominations in awards season with F. Gary Gray directed N.W.A. biopic Straight Outta Compton
Star Wars is back but Terry Lewis ponders how the franchise has ‘barely progressed further in nearly 40 years’
Read our review to find out why the US remake can’t compare to the Oscar winning original Secret In Their Eyes.
Potential awards contender Bridge Of Spies; directed by Steven Spielberg, starring Tom Hanks, written by the Coen brothers, and reviewed by Liam Hoofe.
Learn how The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies – Extended Edition; the final chapter in the Middle Earth saga; compares to the theatrical release.
Find out why we call Ted 2 “the very definition of an unnecessary sequel” in our in-depth Blu-ray review.
Does The Hunger Games: Mockingjay – Part 2 live up to the hype and provide a fitting end to the franchise? Read our review to find out.
We review the Eli Roth produced horror movie The Stranger.
Kill Your Friends; an obnoxious film based on John Niven’s best-selling book about ’90s music industry types; reviewed in full.
Hey You Guys! Matt Wheeldon has reviewed The Goonies 30th Anniversary Collector’s Edition Blu-ray, and detailed the extensive list of special features included.
Taking fan-servicing to a whole new level, HBO’s Entourage makes it to the big screen. Read our full Blu-ray review here.
Learn how director Sam Mendes coped with the “impossible task” of following up Skyfall with Daniel Craig’s new James Bond film; Spectre.