War for the Planet of the Apes is “a breathtaking visual and emotional journey… proof Hollywood can still make an intelligent blockbuster.” Read on for more.
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.”
Does the return of the Xenomorph live up to Ridley Scott’s original Alien movie, or rest with Prometheus? Read our Alien: Covenant review now to find out.
Loveable misfits the Guardians of the Galaxy return for Vol. 2, but can their latest comedy-space-adventure live up to the hilariously fun first outing?
Matt Wheeldon reviews David Ayer’s, flawed but fun, Suicide Squad in full.
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.
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.
Terry Lewis finds the stealthily created Cloverfield spiritual successor is alot smarter than people would expect, in his review of bunker psychological thriller 10 Cloverfield Lane
Chloë Moretz takes on aliens in The 5th Wave; “a young adult movie in every sense of the word.” Read our full review now.
Star Wars is back but Terry Lewis ponders how the franchise has ‘barely progressed further in nearly 40 years’
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.
Marshall Julius reviews Ridley Scott’s The Martian.
“A flawed masterpiece.” Read our full review to find out why The Martian is Ridley Scott’s best film in years.
Full review of Shane Abbess’ indie sci-fi Infini.
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.
Liam Hoofe reviews Series One of new trans-Atlantic TV show Humans.
Marshall Julius gives his frank and honest opinion of the new Fantastic Four movie, in the latest edition of Marshall At The Movies.
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.
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.
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?
The trailer of the brand new post-apocalypse sci-fi thriller from the creator of The Walking Dead leaves you gasping for Air!
See the weird but admittedly well choreographed new teaser to The Hunger Games: Mockingjay – Part 2!
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!
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).
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.
Unfortunately a $150 million budget, and some solid performances can’t save Disney’s Tomorrowland from a sub-standard script. Read our full review now.
Joss Whedon aims to top his previous comic book effort with Avengers: Age Of Ultron but doesn’t come close in a disappointing follow-up
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.