Paranormal Activity: The Ghost Dimension, reviewed in full by Ayden Walker.
Liam Hoofe reviews Paul Blart:Mall Cop 2; a Happy Madison comedy with “no redeeming features whatsoever.”
Matt Wheeldon reviews stalker/thriller The Perfect Guy, starring Sanaa Lathan, Michael Ealy, and Morris Chestnut.
Starring Ed Harris, David Duchovny, and William Fichtner, Phantom is based on real events that unfolded when a Soviet submarine went rogue during the Cold War.
Captain Jack Sparrow boards the ship of the feared pirate Blackbeard, and searches for the Fountain of Youth, in Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides.
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.
As the remake of classic action movie Point Break hits DVD, Matt Wheeldon takes a look at the film he calls a “surprisingly drab stunt-team highlight reel.”
Our review of The Possession, a horror movie about a young girl who finds herself possessed, and her family’s struggle to overcome the problem.
Eight killers awake on an alien planet, hunted by Predators they can’t see, in a movie that could be the sequel Predator deserves; read our review to find out.
Our review of Premium Rush, an action/thriller starring Joseph Gordon-Levitt as a New York City bicycle courier.
Pride And Prejudice And Zombies shuffles onto the big screen with the undead meets classic literature joke being disappointingly unfulfilled in Terry Lewis’ review of it.
Our review of Prometheus, Ridley Scott’s first journey back into the Alien universe since 1979, and one of the only Sci-fi ‘idea’ films for years.
The Purge proves that sometimes all you need is a great and interesting high concept to make a great film.
Our review of The Raid; an Asian action movie, made by a Welsh director, which is being billed as possibly the best action film of the year.
Hugh Jackman stars as former boxer Charlie Kenton in the near-future film Real Steel; which uses the world of robot boxing to reunite him and his estranged son.
It’s up there with the great twist ending movies, and ‘better than The Sixth Sense’, but why is Red Lights so good? Read our review to find out.
Our review of Red Tails; a World War 2 movie about the Tuskegee experiment; following African American pilots on their first real missions.
Our review of Resident Evil: Retribution; the fifth film in Paul W.S. Anderson’s successful zombie franchise, starring Milla Jovovich.
Review of Respectable – The Mary Millington Story; a documentary about the life and legacy of ’70s British porn icon Mary Millington.
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
Review of Rio; the upcoming animated children’s movie from Fox, about a rare bird who travels to Rio De Janeiro to meet his mate, and quickly gets kidnapped.
Different to all other films in the series, Planet of the Apes prequel, Rise of the Planet of the Apes shows how the apes took power. Read our full review here.
A young man with Tourette’s, an OCD sufferer, and an anorexic woman take a road trip in heartfelt indie film The Road Within. Read our full review now.
RoboCop returns in this modern day remake with an all star cast, and though it’s good, it’s not 1987. Read our full RoboCop review for more…
Terry Lewis reviews cult classic The Rocky Horror Picture Show, for it’s 40th anniversary re-release.
We review Lenny Abrahamsson’s Room; a film that deserves its Oscar buzz, but should come with an emotional warning sticker.
The Rock takes on the mother of all quakes in sunny California as he continues for a box office hit to call his own as Summer Blockbuster Season 2015 rumbles on
Review of Savages; the latest ensemble crime thriller from director Oliver Stone.
Read our review to find out why the US remake can’t compare to the Oscar winning original Secret In Their Eyes.
Seeking A Friend For The End Of The World is a low budget, end of the world, movie that could be the best love story of the year. Read our review for more.
Our review os The Sessions, the true story of a disabled man who finally decides to lose his virginity, and hires a sex therapist to help him along the way.
In Bruges’ Martin McDonagh returns with his latest writer/director feature Seven Psychopaths; read our review to learn if it lives up to his last cult classic.
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.
Learn why Shadow Dancer; a movie about an IRA/MI5 double-agent starring Andrea Riseborough and Clive Owen; is a real must-see film.
Read our review of Sherlock Holmes: A Game of Shadows; which sees The World’s Greatest Detective taking on The Napoleon of Crime, to uncover a huge conspiracy.
A Thriller set in 1954 where a U.S. Marshall goes to a mental hospital to investigate the disappearance of an inmate, and gets more than he bargained for.
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.
Our review of Sightseers; a British black comedy about a couple who take a seemingly average caravan holiday that turns into a cross country murder marathon.
Based on the video game Silent Hill 3, the second film in the Silent Hill series is “an absolute mess.” Read our full review to find out why.
Not just an essential Bond, but an essential film. Read our review to learn what makes Skyfall one of James Bond’s best ever outings.
Jake Gyllenhaal stars as down-and-out boxer Billy Hope in a sports movie Matt Wheeldon calls “phenomenal.” Read our full Southpaw review now.
Learn how director Sam Mendes coped with the “impossible task” of following up Skyfall with Daniel Craig’s new James Bond film; Spectre.
Review of the brand new SpongeBob Squarepants movie, Sponge Out Of Water.
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.
The female empowering dream team of Paul Feig & Melissa McCarthy work the same old jokes but breath life into spy parodies in action comedy Spy
It’s Warp Factor 9 as J.J. Abrams continues his successful Star Trek revival with Into Darkness and he even manages to bring back an old enemy!
Star Wars is back but Terry Lewis ponders how the franchise has ‘barely progressed further in nearly 40 years’
Our review of the latest Dolph Lundgren movie, Stash House; an action movie with a new take on the Panic Room formula.
Learn how the runaway popularity of Taken has scuppered Stolen, and Nicholas Cage’s chances of success.
Straight Outta Compton, a biopic of gangsta rap pioneers N.W.A, reviewed in full.