Film Review: What We Do In The Shadows
What We Do In the Shadows, is possibly the film of the year!
Film Review: It Follows
It’s so easy to get horror wrong, so that it becomes funny rather than scary and with a few exceptions that is what the genre has become. It Follows is not one of those movies, it is watch-through-your-fingers scary.
Film Review: The Boy Next Door
Erotic thriller The Boy Next Door falls desperately short.
Film Review: Kung Fu Killer
With a title like Kung Fu Killer you’d expect to fulfil all the martial arts clichés – over the top fight scenes and poor dialogue.
Film Review: Selma
Selma is a vital piece in delivering a story that even today still needs to be understood.
The SuperBowl: What you need to know
It’s Superbowl Sunday this weekend and if you're thinking of checking it out you probably want to understand what is going on! Read on...
Film Review: Fury
War films are nothing new but few pack the power punch of Fury.
Film Review: Draft Day
Starring Kevin Costner, Jennifer Garner and Frank Langella, Draft Day is the first football movie made with the NFL's approval and backing, which means no rip off names or jerseys. Draft Day is a behind the scenes look at what goes on in a NFL war room on (you guessed it) draft day.
FIlm Review: The Equalizer
With his great performances in the likes of Training Day, American Gangster and Flight, Denzil Washington’s subpar turn in new action flick The Equaliser is a disappointment in what is simply just another mediocre action movie.
Film Review: A Walk Amongst The Tombstones
Since Taken Liam Neeson has stepped up his career as a top action star - but with New York-set thriller A Walk Amongst the Tombstones the Northern Irish actor has taken a different step, swapping his guns and combat skills for a non-caring attitude and a corduroy jacket to hunt down the killers of a drug dealer’s wife.
Movies to watch in March
There are some visual feasts, mind-blowing action, some think pieces, Muppets and a new, all-star-cast driven offering from Wes Anderson. Here are our pick of March's cinema releases.
Film Review: Half of a Yellow Sun
Based on the book of the same name, Half of a Yellow Sun is a love story set against the backdrop of the Nigerian Civil War. However, despite starring BAFTA winners Thandie Newton and Chiwetel Ejifor and director Biyi Bandele having the best intentions for his debut, it falls sadly short.
Interview: Jon S. Baird
On the release of Filth's home-entertainment release, The National Student talks sex, snogging and rejection with director Jon S. Baird.
Neck and Nominate: What's going on?
Come and join the newest and quite possibly stupidest internet party in recent memory.
Movies to watch in February
The must-see films to help you get your cinematic kicks in February.
2014 Razzie Nominations Revealed
The Oscars are just around the corner – but of course, Hollywood doesn't feel the need to pat everyone on the back. Enter - the Razzies.
Sam Simon, co-creator of The Simpsons, to donate his $100 million fortune to charity
The 58-year-old has decided to give his fortune to those in need of help. "I'm supporting the charities that I supported during my lifetime, and I want to continue to do that," he says.