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.
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.
An in-depth, spoiler-free, review of Gomorrah: The Complete Season 1 & 2 box set. Available now from Arrow Films.
Patrick Stewart as a Neo Nazi clubhouse leader getting rid of a band of witnesses sounds great right? As Terry Lewis finds out in his review of Green Room, it’s more “irritable with some immensely satisfying kills.”
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
Matt Wheeldon reviews stalker/thriller The Perfect Guy, starring Sanaa Lathan, Michael Ealy, and Morris Chestnut.
John Travolta, Michael Pitt, and Dan Stevens star in the Jackie Earle Haley directed Criminal Activities. Read our full review of the film now.
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.
Chloë Moretz takes on aliens in The 5th Wave; “a young adult movie in every sense of the word.” Read our full review now.
We review Lenny Abrahamsson’s Room; a film that deserves its Oscar buzz, but should come with an emotional warning sticker.
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
Kevin Bacon headlines Cop Car; the tale of who young boys who steal a police car from a sheriff with a dangerous secret. Read our full review now.
Read our review to find out why the US remake can’t compare to the Oscar winning original Secret In Their Eyes.
Potential awards contender Bridge Of Spies; directed by Steven Spielberg, starring Tom Hanks, written by the Coen brothers, and reviewed by Liam Hoofe.
Kill Your Friends; an obnoxious film based on John Niven’s best-selling book about ’90s music industry types; reviewed in full.
Pay The Ghost is “a suspenseful and engaging thriller.” Read our full review of the Nicolas Cage horror movie now.
Johnny Depp stars in the “near perfect” biopic of infamous Boston gangster Whitey Bulger. Read our full review 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.
Marshall Julius’ latest video review takes on Legend; the Tom Hardy starring biopic of the Krays.
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.
Forgotten crime/thriller State Of Grace; a gripping and powerful classic; gets a Blu-ray release, and detailed review here.
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.”
“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 heads into the woods for a blood-soaked bash at brain-gobbling Arnold Schwarzenegger zombie drama, Maggie.
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!
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.
Patrick Wilson stars as a limo driver with one night to pay off a $6k gambling debt in Stretch, the black comedy from Smoking’ Aces’ director Joe Carnahan.
Game of Thrones’ Kit Harington joins TV-to-film action movie Spooks: The Greater Good, but does the BBC thriller transfer to the big screen? Read our review to fine out.
A secret police officer attempts to investigate a series of murders in a Soviet Russia ruled by paranoia and fear in Child 44.
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.
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.
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.
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.