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.”
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.
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.
After Olympus, London Has Fallen and taken the franchise down a sadly forgettable road. Read our full review for more.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
Learn how director Sam Mendes coped with the “impossible task” of following up Skyfall with Daniel Craig’s new James Bond film; Spectre.
Marshall Julius gives us his take on the new James Bond movie Spectre, in the latest edition of Marshall At The Movies.
Johnny Depp stars in the “near perfect” biopic of infamous Boston gangster Whitey Bulger. Read our full review now.
Prison Break star Dominic Purcell headlines The Running-Man-like Elimination Game. Read our review here.
Dwayne Johnson stars in San Andreas; read our in-depth review of the “ridiculous but fun” action/adventure now.
Emily Blunt and Benicio del Toro star in Sicario. Read our review to find out what makes this US Vs Mexican Cartel crime thriller one of the best films of 2015.
Read our DVD review of Mad Max: Fury Road to see what makes George Miller’s latest instalment so “aggressively awesome and action packed.”
Despite the “stunning visuals” Ayden Walker finds Everts ultimately “underwhelming.” Read our review to find out why.
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.
Towering above most others in the genre, Maze Runner: The Scorch Trials is one of the most entertaining films of the year. Read our full review now.
Asia turns on Owen Wilson and family in the tense, action-packed, but pretty xenophobic No Escape. Read the full review now.
Hailee Seinfeld leads an all-star cast in Barely Lethal, as a super-assassin who runs away to become a high-school student. Read our full review now.
“A worthwhile bite of the western pie”, The Salvation Blu-ray is reviewed in full here.
“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.
Marshall At The Movies exposes a Hollywood lie in an exhausting, but mostly positive, video review of Mission: Impossible – Rogue Nation.
Rutger Hauer takes on a supernatural monster in Split Second, but how does the low-budget cult movie hold-up on Blu-ray? Read our review to find out.
Get ready to go Rogue, as Michelle Norris reviews Tom Cruise’s latest blockbuster; Mission: Impossible – Rogue Nation.
It’s the ultimate time-travelling showdown as old meets new in Fox’s mutant X-Men franchise in Days Of Future Past!… again, but this time with added Rogue! Terry Lewis finds out if the Blu-ray recut is worth your money.
It’s winning over critics and audiences alike but does Ant-Man force Terry Lewis to become the Rant-Man?
Re-released on Blu-ray, Matt Wheeldon explores the highs-and-lows of “one of van Damme’s best films”; Kickboxer. Plus discusses the new HD transfer.
Arnold Schwarzenegger returns in the fifth Terminator movie; Terminator Genisys. Read our review of the skippable sequel now.
Marshall Julius reviews the “overly convoluted” Terminator Genisys in the latest Marshall At The Movies.
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).
Can Chris Pratt’s dinosaur showcase ever top the original Jurassic Park? Read our Jurassic World review to find out.
Street chav meets English gentry in Kingsman: The Secret Service; a glorious action/adventure with some unexpected violence. Read our full Blu-ray review now.
The female empowering dream team of Paul Feig & Melissa McCarthy work the same old jokes but breath life into spy parodies in action comedy Spy
Walt Disney Animation Studios turns on the adorable charm with a boy and his big cuddly robot story with a Marvel Comics twist in our Big Hero 6 Blu-Ray review
The Rock takes on the mother of all quakes in sunny California as he continues for a box office hit to call his own as Summer Blockbuster Season 2015 rumbles on
The grandaddy of all action movies gets the Director’s Cut Blu-ray treatment finally as Arnold Schwarzenegger’s Commando unload to home media!