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.”
Marvel Studios brings one of its lesser know properties to the big screen with Guardians of the Galaxy; one of the biggest and best films of 2014.
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?
The Wolfpack is back again but in a near joyless film does the third Hangover film in 5 years make up for it’s disappointing predecessor?
The Wolfpack goes to Thailand for Stu’s wedding and suffer another night they’ll never remember in The Hangover Part II; the sequel to the 2009 comedy classic.
Quentin Tarantino follows up a Western with another Western as Terry Lewis notices repetition and a lack of innovation in an otherwise fine effort in The Hateful Eight.
A lot of people are hyping up The Heat as massive change in female lead movie dynamics by shockingly having a buddy cop comedy action movie… with two women. Whilst not the most overly shocking development in movie history, it does raise the questions of whether director Paul Feig can improve his work after the […]
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.
Dwayne Johnson embodies the legendary demi-God Hercules, for the best swords-and-sandals movie in years. Read our full review online now.
Our review of The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey; the first film in Peter Jackson’s Lord of the Rings prequel trilogy.
Returning to Middle Earth with The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug, Peter Jackson’s latest fantasy is Bigger, Better… and has a Dragon! Read our full review now.
Peter Jackson’s Middle Earth saga comes to a close with The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies; an undeniably fitting send-off. Read our full review now.
Our review of The Holding; a superb British thriller about a woman who murders her husband, only to have her secret come back to haunt her eight months later.
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.
Read our review of Horrible Bosses; an R-rated comedy about three regular guys who enter into murder-pact to kill each others’ Horrible Bosses.
“Neither conventional enough to pull the heart strings, or raunchy enough to be properly funny”, How To Be Single is out now. Read our full review here.
Dragons and Vikings return in How To Train Your Dragon 2, and you can read our review of the family-friendly epic now.
A review of low budget British horror Howl; starring Sean Pertwee as the train driver of a stranded train, being hounded by werewolves.
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.
Our review of The Hunter; which stars Willem Dafoe as a hunter searching for the last ever Tasmanian tiger.
Frankenstein’s monster fights in a holy war between demons and gargoyles in I, Frankenstein; a fun yet flawed action fantasy. Read our full review now.
I Really Hate My Job; a comedy about five women working in a basement restaurant in London, dreaming of better lives; reviewed in full.
Read our review of Ice Age 4: Continental Drift; which sees Manny, Sid, and Diego trying to survive another Earth-changing phenomenon.
Benedict Cumberbatch becomes Alan Turing, the man tasked with breaking the Nazi’s Enigma code during WWII, in The Imitation Game. Read our review now.
Based on the incredible true story of a family caught in the 2004 tsunami, The Impossible stars Ewan McGregor and Naomi Watts, and is reviewed here in full.
Our review of the latest Dolph Lundgren movie; In The Name of the King 2: Two Worlds; the sequel to the 2007 Jason Statham movie.
Channel 4’s vulgarity-spouting unlucky lads return to the big screen with The Inbetweeners 2, but is it a successful return or has the joke finally run thin?
You’ll be knee deep in clunge when The Inbetweeners Movie takes the four lads on holiday, but is it a hilarious filmic finale, or an over-hyped movie? Find out here.
Full review of Shane Abbess’ indie sci-fi Infini.
Joaquin Phoenix leads an all-star cast in Paul Thomas Anderson’s Inherent Vice. Read our review now to find out why it’s “an over-rated mess.”
I’ll be honest, I did not like the look of The Internship the first time it appeared in film trailer browsers. It looks like something crawled out of the last decade with an attention-grabbing but rather clichéd concept with two old bucks of the comedy genre leading the charge with Vince Vaughn and Owen Wilson. […]
Robert Downey Jr. reprises his role as billionaire playboy Tony Stark, and his alter-ego Iron Man, in Jon Favreau’s Iron Man 2. Read our full review online now.
The Summer Blockbuster season kicks off with an untactical substitution in the director’s chair, derailing our favourite Iron Man’s creative success
Full account of what makes It Follows “the best horror film in decades.”
Can Tom Cruise successfully breathe life into the literary powerhouse Jack Reacher, and create a solid 80s action homage? Read our in depth review to find out.
Bryan Singer adapts Jack And The Beanstalk for the big screen in Jack The Giant Slayer; ends up slaying rest of the fantasy genre. Find out why inside!
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.
Our review of Jeff Who Lives At Home; the latest film from the Duplass brothers, about a slacker searching for the meaning of life.
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.
Our review of The Judge; starring Robert Downey Jr. as a cocky lawyer defending his estranged father in a murder trail.
Matrix creators The Wachowski’s return with Jupiter Ascending; an original sci-fi movie starring Mila Kunis and Channing Tatum which is unfortunately average.
Can Chris Pratt’s dinosaur showcase ever top the original Jurassic Park? Read our Jurassic World review to find out.
Read our review to learn why Keith Lemon’s jump to the big screen; Keith Lemon: The Film; is not only one to be avoided, but a piece of utter garbage.
Kill Your Friends; an obnoxious film based on John Niven’s best-selling book about ’90s music industry types; reviewed in full.
Matthew McConaughey leads the cast of Killer Joe as a detective/hitman, in a film we describe as ‘the darkest feel-good comedy ever released.’
Read our review of The King’s Speech; the true story of King George VI, and the efforts he went to in order to overcome his debilitating speech impediment.
Street chav meets English gentry in Kingsman: The Secret Service; a glorious action/adventure with some unexpected violence. Read our full review now.
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.
Knight and Day review; the action/romantic-comedy starring Tom Cruise and Cameron Diaz, as a secret agent and his new girlfriend, on a globetrotting adventure.
Arnold Schwarenegger is back solo finally in The Last Stand but is the twilight of the superhuman action heroes of yesteryear effecting his box office mojo?