Elijah Wood and Sasha Grey star in thriller Open Windows; a “difficult to watch” film about an actress who becomes the victim of a hugely invasive hack attack.
Review of Ryan Gosling’s directorial debut, Lost River; a drama/fantasy which is “weirdly fascinating to watch.”
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.
A quirky, supernatural black comedy, Horns sees Daniel ‘Harry Potter’ Radcliffe star as a man accused of his girlfriend’s murder, and strangely growing horns.
From the creators of Flight Of The Conchords comes vampire mockumentary What We Do In The Shadows. Read our Blu-ray review to see if this is a comedy with bite.
Screeching onto the big screen with all the subtlety of an air raid it’s Fast & Furious 7; an utterly ridiculous but undeniably fun movie. Read the full review for more.
See if Let’s Kill Ward’s Wife (the black comedy where friends band together to kill an oppressive spouse) is the perfect crime, or simply diabolical.
Annabelle review; find out if The Conjuring prequel lives up to it’s scary predecessor, or is as terrifying as an old china doll.
Adapting their classic cartoon into a live-action movie, Disney have made Cinderella “overly sentimental but beautiful.” Read our full review to learn more.
Read our review to learn why Seventh Son, the action/fantasy film fronted by Jeff Bridges and Julianne Moore, is a “train wreck” of a movie.
Review of the brand new SpongeBob Squarepants movie, Sponge Out Of Water.
Matrix creators The Wachowski’s return with Jupiter Ascending; an original sci-fi movie starring Mila Kunis and Channing Tatum which is unfortunately average.
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.
Street chav meets English gentry in Kingsman: The Secret Service; a glorious action/adventure with some unexpected violence. Read our full review 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.
New power struggles threaten progression on the Union Pacific Railroad in Hell On Wheels Season 3; AMC’s western TV series, reviewed in full.
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.
Blu-ray review of Aardman Animation’s The Pirates! In an Adventure With Scientists; a fun, British, claymation, romp across the high-seas with a great cast.
Learn how Christopher Nolan’s final Batman movie, The Dark Knight Rises, compares to its predecessors, and if it really is the film of the year.
Read our review of Jaws to learn not only why this classic film is still relevant today, but how good the new remaster is, and why you should re-watch it.
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?
DVD of Community: The Complete First Season; a US sitcom about a band of misfits who become unlikely friends when they attend a local community college.
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.
Val Kilmer stars as an American doctor working in Eastern Europe, who gets mistaken for a Russian spy, and drawn into a conflict with a diamond cartel.
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.
Life As We Know It Blu-ray review; a romantic comedy about two people who are forced to live, and raise a child together, when they inherit their goddaughter.
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.
Read our review of The Simpsons Thirteenth Season, and relive some past adventures of America’s best loved cartoon family; Homer, Marge, Bart, Lisa, and Maggie.
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.
500 Days of Summer is not a love story, it is a story about love, or so say the filmmakers. Read our full review of this quirky and original romance film to find out how true that statement is, and how the film looks and sounds in high-definition.