A review of low budget British horror Howl; starring Sean Pertwee as the train driver of a stranded train, being hounded by werewolves.
Terry Lewis gives us a detailed review of Gotham: Season One – a TV show set in a pre-Batman Gotham City,
Marshall Julius gives us his take on the new James Bond movie Spectre, in the latest edition of Marshall At The Movies.
Paranormal Activity: The Ghost Dimension, reviewed in full by Ayden Walker.
Terry Lewis reviews cult classic The Rocky Horror Picture Show, for it’s 40th anniversary re-release.
Pay The Ghost is “a suspenseful and engaging thriller.” Read our full review of the Nicolas Cage horror movie now.
Marshall Julius gives a gravely honest review of Guillermo del Toro’s Crimson Peak 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.
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.
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.
“Children will be captivated by its resplendent storytelling.” Read our full Pan review now.
Read our DVD review of Mad Max: Fury Road to see what makes George Miller’s latest instalment so “aggressively awesome and action packed.”
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.
Marshall Julius reviews Ridley Scott’s The Martian.
What makes The Kliq Rules a must-buy for wrestling fans? We look at WWE’s latest wrestling doc, and the matches included with the Blu-ray.
“A flawed masterpiece.” Read our full review to find out why The Martian is Ridley Scott’s best film in years.
Despite the “stunning visuals” Ayden Walker finds Everts ultimately “underwhelming.” Read our review to find out why.
Full review of Shane Abbess’ indie sci-fi Infini.
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.
How well does Horrible Histories’ first venture into the feature film market work? Read our review of Bill to find out.
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.
Marshall Julius’ latest video review takes on Legend; the Tom Hardy starring biopic of the Krays.
Straight Outta Compton, a biopic of gangsta rap pioneers N.W.A, reviewed in full.
A block of flats is placed under quarantine for an unknown reason in Containment, and the residents aren’t happy. Read our review now.
Asia turns on Owen Wilson and family in the tense, action-packed, but pretty xenophobic No Escape. Read the full review now.
Kevin James returns for Paul Blart: Mall Cop 2, and you can read our full DVD review of the “cripplingly unfunny” film here.
DVD review of meta-busting horror re-quel The Town That Dreaded Sundown.
Forgotten crime/thriller State Of Grace; a gripping and powerful classic; gets a Blu-ray release, and detailed review here.
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.
The National Lampoon’s Vacation remake “is as worthy of your time as a mini weekend break to Rome.” Read our full review now.
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.”
Liam Hoofe reviews Series One of new trans-Atlantic TV show Humans.
While not a Trainwreck itself, Amy Schumer’s new comedy movie have the potential to be much more than it ends up being. Read our full review now.
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.
Volatile new characters are introduced in Hell On Wheels Season 4. Out now on DVD, and reviewed in full here.
“The kind of film-making we desperately need more of”, The Diary of a Teenage Girl is out now, and reviewed in full here.
Marshall Julius gives his frank and honest opinion of the new Fantastic Four movie, in the latest edition of Marshall At The Movies.
“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.
It has come to this then – Josh Trank reboots the Fantastic Four with a grim dark ‘body horror’ take on their origin story. Terry Lewis is less than impressed with what he finds.
Find out what makes The Cobbler “one of the worst films Adam Sandler has ever made” in our full 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
Marshall At The Movies exposes a Hollywood lie in an exhausting, but mostly positive, video review of Mission: Impossible – Rogue Nation.
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.
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.
Jake Gyllenhaal stars as down-and-out boxer Billy Hope in a sports movie Matt Wheeldon calls “phenomenal.” Read our full Southpaw review now.
Tim Burton doing a Superman film with Nicholas Cage in the 90’s sounds for better or worse must see cinema right? Except it never got made. Terry Lewis finds out why in a review of crowd funded documentary The Death Of Superman Lives: What Happened?
Arnold Schwarzenegger tackles a serious role as his daughter begins to slowly transform into a zombie, with Maggie.