We review the Eli Roth produced horror movie The Stranger.
Matt Wheeldon reviews David Ayer’s, flawed but fun, Suicide Squad in full.
Re-imagined from the classic ‘70s TV show, The Sweeney stars Ray Winstone and Plan B, but is it a Brit-flick worth watching? Read our review to find out.
Our review of Take This Waltz; a Sarah Polley drama about a married woman torn between her husband and an exciting new man.
Liam Neeson returns as Bryan Mills for Taken 2, but does the new 12A rating help or hinder the action sequel? Read our review to find out.
Find out why Terry Lewis thinks Ted 2 is “a film of no redeeming value” and why he wants to “rip the stuffing out of Ted once and for all”!
Ted review; from the creator of Family Guy, a comedy starring Mark Wahlberg, about a man who’s best friend is a drug-taking, binge-drinking Teddy Bear.
The Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles are back, but is their new movie radical, ridiculous, or both? Read our review to find out.
Arnold Schwarzenegger returns in the fifth Terminator movie; Terminator Genisys. Read our review of the skippable sequel now.
Tim Burton doing a Superman film with Nicholas Cage in the 90’s sounds for better or worse must see cinema right? Except it never got made. Terry Lewis finds out why in a review of crowd funded documentary The Death Of Superman Lives: What Happened?
Learn how The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies – Extended Edition; the final chapter in the Middle Earth saga; compares to the theatrical release.
Our review of The Nightmare; a chilling documentary from Room 237 directorRodney Ascher, focussing on sleep paralysis.
Well, after my last review in The Internship where I said there was barely life in the early 2000’s generation of comedy actors and the genre – turns out I was a bit wrong with that with this week’s release of This Is The End, with it’s superb high concept, terrific energetic cast and actual […]
Marvel’s God of Thunder returns in Thor: The Dark World; a film bigger, and better, than the first in every conceivable way.
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.
A remake of the 1990 film, Total Recall stars Colin Farrell as a man who’s memory implant goes a little haywire, but it is as good as the Arnie classic?
While not a Trainwreck itself, Amy Schumer’s new comedy movie have the potential to be much more than it ends up being. Read our full review now.
Johnny Depp uploads his consciousness into a self-aware AI, in Transcendence, but should the film be downloaded, or terminated? Read our review to find out.
Read our review of Michael Bay’s third Transformers movie; Transformers: Dark of the Moon; uncovering a 40-year-old conspiracy, with more giant robots.
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.
Read our review of True Grit; a remake of the 1969 western; where a young girl hires a drunken bounty hunter to bring justice to the man who killed her father.
Our review of the final Twilight movie; The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn Part 2; another sparkly film loved by Twi-hards and loathed by everyone else.
Review of Unknown; an action/mystery starring Liam Neeson as a doctor who awakes from a coma, to find another man is living his life, and nobody recognises him.
Read our review of V: The Complete Second Season; the final season of the alien-invasion TV series, remade from the classic 1983 show of the same name.
The National Lampoon’s Vacation remake “is as worthy of your time as a mini weekend break to Rome.” Read our full review now.
Fifty Shades Of Grey and Love Is Strange go head-to-head in our Valentine’s Special, double review.
Our review of The Watch; the Ben Stiller/Vince Vaughn comedy about a neighbourhood watch group who discover an alien invasion.
Read our review of The Way Back; an inspiring true story of a few men who escaped a Soviet Gulag camp during WWII, and proceeded to walk 4,000 miles to freedom.
Review of The Way; a film directed by Emilio Estevez, and starring Martin Sheen; about a father who loses his son, and takes his ashes backpacking across France.
The Wedding Video is a British, hand-held-camera, rom-com, starring Rufus Hound, Lucy Punch, and Robert Webb, but is it any good? Read our review to find out.
Our review of Wild; the Oscar nominated biopic of Cheryl Strayed; starring Reese Witherspoon as a woman who hiked over 1000 miles to heal herself.
Leonardo DiCaprio stars as The Wolf Of Wall Street, in a Martin Scorsese film about excess, and the extraordinary rise and fall of stock broker Jordan Belfort.
A small-town, alcoholic, sheriff turns werewolf in the cheesy, B-movie-like, ridiculously fun Wolfcop. Out now on Blu-ray and DVD.
Our review of The Woman In Black: Angel Of Death; set 40 years after the events of the first film, it’s an acceptable though not astounding horror.
You may have heard about all the bad vibes and overbudget from behind the scenes of WWZ but is it actually good?
Is Wreck-It Ralph the start of Walt Disney’s next computer graphic film franchise but wthout Pixar? Find out in our wrecking review!
X-Men: Apocalypse is “a dreary drudge of an unexciting experience.” Read our full review for more.
Part sequel, part prequel, X-Men: Days of Future Past unites both the original and new cast, for one of the best X-Mens so far. Read our review to find out why.
Read our review of X-Men: First Class; an X-Men prequel set during the Cold War, and starring James McAvoy and Michael Fassbender as Professor X and Magneto.
Review of Your Highness; Danny McBride’s stoner comedy, set in a medieval fantasy land, where two princes attempt to rescue a damsel in distress.