Mother’s Day Review

Matt Wheeldon reviews Garry Marshall's latest ensemble comedy/romance picture, Mother's Day; "a lifeless shell of a film."

Club, The Review

'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.

Road Within, The Review

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.

Finest Hours, The Review

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.

Room Review

We review Lenny Abrahamsson's Room; a film that deserves its Oscar buzz, but should come with an emotional warning sticker.

Revenant, The Review

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

Hateful Eight, The Review

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.

Straight Outta Compton Blu-ray Review

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

Bridge of Spies (2015) Review

Potential awards contender Bridge Of Spies; directed by Steven Spielberg, starring Tom Hanks, written by the Coen brothers, and reviewed by Liam Hoofe.

Gotham: Season One Blu-ray Review

Terry Lewis gives us a detailed review of Gotham: Season One - a TV show set in a pre-Batman Gotham City,

Pay The Ghost DVD Review

Pay The Ghost is "a suspenseful and engaging thriller." Read our full review of the Nicolas Cage horror movie now.

Sicario Review

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.

Danny Collins DVD Review

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.

Everest Review

Despite the "stunning visuals" Ayden Walker finds Everts ultimately "underwhelming." Read our review to find out why.

Straight Outta Compton Review

Straight Outta Compton, a biopic of gangsta rap pioneers N.W.A, reviewed in full.

Colors Blu-ray Review

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."

Humans Series 1 Review

Liam Hoofe reviews Series One of new trans-Atlantic TV show Humans.

Knick, The Season 1 Blu-ray Review

Clive Owen & Steven Soderbergh deliver a downbeat but worthwhile experience with The Knick; a no holds barred look at medical science; reviewed here in full.

Hell On Wheels Season 4 Review

Volatile new characters are introduced in Hell On Wheels Season 4. Out now on DVD, and reviewed in full here.

Diary of a Teenage Girl, The Review

"The kind of film-making we desperately need more of", The Diary of a Teenage Girl is out now, and reviewed in full here.

Clouds Of Sils Maria Blu-Ray Review

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

Southpaw Review

Jake Gyllenhaal stars as down-and-out boxer Billy Hope in a sports movie Matt Wheeldon calls "phenomenal." Read our full Southpaw review now.

Maggie Review

Arnold Schwarzenegger tackles a serious role as his daughter begins to slowly transform into a zombie, with Maggie.

Marshall At The Movies: Maggie

Marshall at the Movies heads into the woods for a blood-soaked bash at brain-gobbling Arnold Schwarzenegger zombie drama, Maggie.

SDCC: Five minute long The Man From U.N.C.L.E. Comic Con trailer!

Watch the brand new look at Guy Ritchie's revival of 60's spy drama The Man From UNCLE with a five minute Comic Con trailer!

Still Alice: Blu-ray Review

Terry Lewis finds out if Julianne Moore was deserving of all those Best Actress gongs from this year's award season as he reviews Alzheimer's drama Still Alice on blu-ray

Orange Is The New Black Season 3 Review

Orange Is The New Black Season 3 is now on Netflix, and reviewed in full here.

Everyone’s Going To Die Review

The first full length feature film from directing group Jones proves to be "entertaining and uplifting." Read our Everyone's Going To Die review to see how.

Marshall At The Movies: Slow West

Marshall At The Movies travels back to the Old West to cast a favourable critical eye on, the "strangely sweet, exquisitely sad, and wryly humorous", Slow West.

Mr. Holmes Review

Can a film with the amazing potential of Sherlock Holmes being played by Sir Ian McKellen live up to the hype? As Terry Lewis finds out, not quite.

Marshall At The Movies: Entourage

Marshall at the Movies continues with a review of Entourage; the big screen spin-off from the successful HBO show.

Entourage Review

It's a case of newcomers not welcome as HBO's A-list actor dramedy Entourage makes it to the big screen red carpet in a fine example of fan service satisfaction, according to Terry Lewis

Whiplash Blu-ray Review

Matt Wheeldon reviews the Whiplash Blu-ray: the definition of a must-see movie, a worthy Oscar-winner, and a true triumph of cinema.

Birdman Blu-ray Review

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.

Far From The Madding Crowd Review

Adapted from Thomas Hardy's classic novel, Far From The Madding Crowd is a "mish-mash of styles, which will leave you frustrated." Read our full review for more.

Child 44 Review

A secret police officer attempts to investigate a series of murders in a Soviet Russia ruled by paranoia and fear in Child 44.

Lost River Review

Review of Ryan Gosling’s directorial debut, Lost River; a drama/fantasy which is “weirdly fascinating to watch.”

Birdman Review

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.

Hell On Wheels Season 3 Review

New power struggles threaten progression on the Union Pacific Railroad in Hell On Wheels Season 3; AMC’s western TV series, reviewed in full.

12 Years A Slave Review

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.

Spartacus: Blood and Sand: DVD Review

DVD review of Spartacus: Blood and Sand; the first season in Starz stylish tale of the infamous slave, chronicling his years as a gladiator in the Roman games.

Wall Street 2: Money Never Sleeps: DVD Review

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.

Extraordinary Measures: DVD Review

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.


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