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
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.
Read our review of 127 Hours; the true story of American rock-climber Aron Ralston, who was trapped in a canyon for 6 days after a boulder fell on his arm.
Jonah Hill and Channing Tatum return in the “brilliant bro-mantic comedy” 22 Jump Street, and you can read our full review of their second outing now.
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.
Chloë Moretz takes on aliens in The 5th Wave; “a young adult movie in every sense of the word.” Read our full review now.
Our review of A Few Best Men; a British/Australian comedy about an upcoming wedding, where everything that can go wrong, does go wrong.
Could it be that the latest Die Hard would make it a bad day at the cinema for you? Check out our A Good Day To Die Hard review
Seth McFarlane delivers his signature brand of comedy with A Million Ways To Die In The West. Read our full review online now.
Despite a recognisable cast, upcoming comedy Accidental Love remains a disjointed mess. Read our full review of the Jessica Biel, jake Gyllenhaal, movie now.
Will Smith forces his son Jaden on us in a supposed passing of the torch which will infuriate you in After Earth
Our review of Alex Cross; an uninspiringly bland action/thriller starring Tyler Perry and Matthew Fox.
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.
Find out if The Amazing Spider-Man, the Marc Webb Spider-Man remake, really is as amazing as its name suggests, by reading our in-depth review.
Read our review to find out if the latest American Pie movie still delivers, despite being released 13 years after the original.
Annabelle review; find out if The Conjuring prequel lives up to it’s scary predecessor, or is as terrifying as an old china doll.
Matt Wheeldon review Marvel’s latest superhero movie, Ant-Man. Starring Paul Rudd and Michael Douglas.
It’s winning over critics and audiences alike but does Ant-Man force Terry Lewis to become the Rant-Man?
Review of Argo, Ben Affleck’s true story, about a CIA operation to rescue six hostages from Iran, by creating a fake sci-fi movie.
Comprehensive review of James Cameron’s Avatar, the technology used to create it, and how it will help shape the future of cinema.
Learn why Marvel Avengers Assemble; the crossover featuring Iron Man, Thor, Captain America, and The Hulk; really is the ultimate superhero movie.
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
Read our review of Back to the Future; a classic, 25-year-old, time-travel movie, that’s receiving a limited cinematic re-release.
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.
With the impending release of The Dark Knight Rises, we look back at Batman Begins, and The Dark Knight, and discus what Rises has to offer.
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.
Review of Battleship; an action movie from the people who made Transformers, based on the board game of the same name.
Silicon Valley’s Kumail Nanjiani, and Ray Romano, star in The Big Sick; a film which is “everything a romance, a comedy, or a drama should aspire to be.”
How well does Horrible Histories’ first venture into the feature film market work? Read our review of Bill to find out.
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.
Johnny Depp stars in the “near perfect” biopic of infamous Boston gangster Whitey Bulger. Read our full review now.
Read our review of Blitz; the film which places Jason Statham as a no-nonsense detective on the hunt for a serial killer who’s targeting policemen in London.
Read our official review of The Bourne Legacy; a Jason Bourne spin-off starring Jeremy Renner as a rouge CIA agent on the run.
French police drama Braquo returns for its third season, and you can read our review of the compelling series online now.
Pixar’s first journey into the fantasy/fairytale world, takes us to medieval Scotland, and is reviewed here in full.
Potential awards contender Bridge Of Spies; directed by Steven Spielberg, starring Tom Hanks, written by the Coen brothers, and reviewed by Liam Hoofe.
This time they stole the wrong Mexican’s grandson. Read our full review of Danny Trejo’s Bullet now…
Neil Jordan clearly hopes lightening will strike twice for his moody vampires in Byzantium as a spiritual follow up to Interview With A Vampire
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.
Review of Marvel’s latest superhero movie; Captain America: The First Avenger; where a puny man gets turned into a super soldier, and sent to fight the Nazis.
Captain America battles The Winter Soldier in his second solo film, but does Cap adapt to the modern day, or remain a WWII relic? Read our review to find out.
Our review of Cars 2; Pixar’s sequel to Cars; which places Lightning McQueen in a worldwide racing championship.
Despite Dwayne Johnson and Kevin Hart making a “perfect comedy duo”, Central Intelligence is letdown by “woeful writing.” Read Matt Wheeldon’s review for more.
A secret police officer attempts to investigate a series of murders in a Soviet Russia ruled by paranoia and fear in Child 44.
Adapting their classic cartoon into a live-action movie, Disney have made Cinderella “overly sentimental but beautiful.” Read our full review to learn more.
‘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.
Find out what makes The Cobbler “one of the worst films Adam Sandler has ever made” in our full review.
Our review of Conan the Barbarian (2011); the latest re-telling of the classic action tale once inhabited by Arnold Schwarzenegger, now starring Jason Momoa.
Saw director James Wan helms real-life horror story The Conjuring; a true story from the couple who investigated The Amityville Horror.
A block of flats is placed under quarantine for an unknown reason in Containment, and the residents aren’t happy. Read our review now.