Read our review of the upcoming stoner comedy 30 Minutes or Less; which sees a pizza delivery boy forced to rob a bank. Plus watch the film's official trailer.
Marshall Julius gives a gravely honest review of Guillermo del Toro's Crimson Peak in the latest edition of Marshall At The Movies.
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."
Keanu Reeves stars as action hero John Wick. They took his car, they killed his dog, and now he's out for revenge in this Wickedly cool action movie.
An adventure 65,000, 022 years in the making, Marshall Julius launches Marshall at the Movies with a review of Colin Trevorrow's Jurassic World (2015).
An all star cast chronicle the true story of a man kidnapped and sold into slavery in 12 Years A Slave; one of this year's big awards contenders.
Kill Your Friends; an obnoxious film based on John Niven's best-selling book about '90s music industry types; reviewed in full.
Read our DVD review of Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps; the sequel to 1987's smash hit Wall Street, based on the stock exchange, around the 2008 crash.
Chloë Moretz takes on aliens in The 5th Wave; "a young adult movie in every sense of the word." Read our full review now.
Forgotten crime/thriller State Of Grace; a gripping and powerful classic; gets a Blu-ray release, and detailed review here.
Matt Wheeldon reviews The Commitments: 25th Anniversary Edition Blu-ray; "fun, fresh, witty, enjoyable and relevant as it ever was."
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.
Find out what makes The Cobbler "one of the worst films Adam Sandler has ever made" in our full review.
Alex Garland's sci-fi Ex_Machina deals with advancing technology, and asks how can you tell when a machine shows true consciousness? Read our 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
Find out why Jared Leto's portrayal of The Joker has managed to turn fan support around, after the first Suicide Squad trailer was screened!
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.
Asia turns on Owen Wilson and family in the tense, action-packed, but pretty xenophobic No Escape. Read the full review now.
Terry Lewis reviews cult classic The Rocky Horror Picture Show, for it's 40th anniversary re-release.
Review of Ryan Gosling’s directorial debut, Lost River; a drama/fantasy which is “weirdly fascinating to watch.”
Blu-ray review of the simplistic but sublime John Wick; an action movie starring Keanu Reeves as a former hitman out to avenge his fallen puppy.
Early details are emerging about the team behind The Lego Movie taking the reins of Star Wars' Han Solo's first solo big screen adventure!
Matt Wheeldon reviews stalker/thriller The Perfect Guy, starring Sanaa Lathan, Michael Ealy, and Morris Chestnut.
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.
Robert Duvall and Sean Penn star in Colors; a 1988 police movie about gangs in LA; "which remains far better than the majority of cop films released today."
In his directorial debut, science-fiction writer Alex Garland crafts a superb, stylish and slick test in A.I. conciousness. Read how Ex Machina is 'an essential film for 2015' with our Blu-ray review.
The trailer of the brand new post-apocalypse sci-fi thriller from the creator of The Walking Dead leaves you gasping for Air!
"More poignant than American Sniper" Good Kill is an examination of drone warfare, and it's effects on its own pilots. Read our full Blu-ray review now.
An in-depth, spoiler-free, review of Gomorrah: The Complete Season 1 & 2 box set. Available now from Arrow Films.
Jamie Foxx is out for revenge against the people who kidnapped his son in Sleepless; an entertaining, though easily forgettable, action movie.
Pay The Ghost is "a suspenseful and engaging thriller." Read our full review of the Nicolas Cage horror movie now.
Michael Keaton delivers a career defining performance as a washed-up former Hollywood superhero trying to prove his worth in the darkly comedic drama Birdman.
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.
When almost everyone disappears after a blackout, four survivors struggle on, but is Vanishing on 7th Street worth buying, or does it make you crave a blackout?
Despite a recognisable cast, upcoming comedy Accidental Love remains a disjointed mess. Read our full review of the Jessica Biel, jake Gyllenhaal, movie now.
Adam Sandler makes a case for his entry of the Worst Film Ever of recent times with video gaming alien invasion travesty Pixels. Terry Lewis prays for a power cut.
Can Chris Pratt's dinosaur showcase ever top the original Jurassic Park? Read our Jurassic World review to find out.
Kevin James returns for Paul Blart: Mall Cop 2, and you can read our full DVD review of the "cripplingly unfunny" film here.
As an antidote to the drivel the summer blockbuster season has served up to him recently, Terry Lewis expands his horizons via Blu-Ray and tackles a French meta-drama about an actress struggling to understand a role in Clouds Of Sils Maria
Matt Wheeldon review Marvel's latest superhero movie, Ant-Man. Starring Paul Rudd and Michael Douglas.
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.
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.
A block of flats is placed under quarantine for an unknown reason in Containment, and the residents aren't happy. Read our review now.
Straight Outta Compton, a biopic of gangsta rap pioneers N.W.A, reviewed in full.
A review of low budget British horror Howl; starring Sean Pertwee as the train driver of a stranded train, being hounded by werewolves.
Paranormal Activity: The Ghost Dimension, reviewed in full by Ayden Walker.
Matrix creators The Wachowski's return with Jupiter Ascending; an original sci-fi movie starring Mila Kunis and Channing Tatum which is unfortunately average.
Marshall at the Movies heads into the woods for a blood-soaked bash at brain-gobbling Arnold Schwarzenegger zombie drama, Maggie.
DVD review of meta-busting horror re-quel The Town That Dreaded Sundown.
Marshall Julius gives us his take on the new James Bond movie Spectre, in the latest edition of Marshall At The Movies.