Adapted from the popular Teen Titans storyline of the same name, the DC Animated Universe produces the second film featuring the Teen Titans. Teen Titans: The Judas Contract follows last year’s Justice League vs. Teen Titans, which both were directed by Sam Liu. The film manages to capture the... Read more
Katherine Heigl & Rosario Dawson go to war in Unforgettable, but is it any good? Here’s our official review…
Milo (Eric Ruffin) is a solitary, bullied teenager. When Sophie (Chloe Levigne) comes to live in the same apartment block, they start up a friendship that develops into something closer. Classic coming of age stuff, then? Yes – and no. Because Milo has a taste for blood. Preferably from... Read more
Since February of this year, the DC film scene has been buzzing with news on The Batman, the upcoming installment in the popular character’s empire and key piece in the much anticipated Justice League. With Matt Reeves officially at the helm as director and producer, audiences await his promising... Read more
The name Schwarzenegger has been echoed around cinema over the last thirty years through many of the biggest films we have seen during that period. From his early beginnings after winning countless Mr. Universe weight-lifting competitions to taking over the box-office through the 80’s and 90’s, the big Austrian... Read more
Jack is back! Just a week before his 80th birthday, one of Jack Nicholson’s most memorable roles returns to the big screen, 42 years after it first arrived. Randall P McMurphy in One Flew Over The Cuckoo’s Nest won him the first of three acting Oscars and the film is re-released... Read more
The shadow of déjà vu hangs over Ritesh Batra’s adaptation of Julian Barnes’ Booker Prize winner, The Sense Of An Ending. Part of it is down to Charlotte Rampling’s name on the cast list and poster, harking back to Andrew Haigh’s much- praised 45 Years (2015). Part of it... Read more
It’s incredible to even fathom the sheer success that a franchise such as the Fast and the Furious could have ever become but here we are, an eighth instalment into the series and stronger than it has ever been. With the sad and rather poignant goodbye to series regular... Read more
Terence Davies returns with his critically-acclaimed biographical drama, A Quiet Passion. Here’s our official verdict.
This week is bookended by two films with a literary flavor: two bio-pics of poets, one from the 19th century, the other from the 20th. A Quiet Passion is a respectful bio-pic of the American poet Emily Dickinson. If you’re expecting the same from Pablo Larrain’s Neruda, then you’re... Read more
Julia Ducournau’s cannibal horror Raw is one of the most breathlessly exciting, and cinematically brilliant debuts in recent years. Here’s our official review.
The Void is a blood-sodden, gore-drenched horror which has been causing big buzz, but is it any good? Here’s our official review!