Following our very own Scott Allden’s epic journey into Central London for a trip through various movie landscapes by way of LEGO, he’s come home with more than a shedload of goodies that will make any man, woman and child envious in the lead-up to Christmas. To celebrate LEGO... Read more
Nothing quite gets you in the Christmas spirit like settling down on a snowy day in front of a Christmas movie. Our top picks of Christmas flicks are fun for all the family, they might not be on TV daily but you might find them on Kodi. Which ones... Read more
Brad Pitt and Marion Cotillard star in Robert Zemeckis’ wartime mystery drama Allied. Read our official verdict here.
Acclaimed British filmmaker Amma Asante returns with this sweeping tale of international love. Here’s our review of A United Kingdom.
Star Wars: The Force Awakens’ Adam Driver captivates in Jim Jarmusch’s Paterson. Here’s our review.
Generating awards buzz throughout an extensive and critically acclaimed festival run, Kenneth Lonergan’s (Margaret/You Can Count On Me) latest effort Manchester By The Sea finally arrives in UK cinemas on 13th January 2017. Ahead of its release here, Lionsgate have released a poignant new trailer that drives home the... Read more
The highly-anticapied Harry Potter spin-off has arrived. Here’s our verdict of Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them.
Felicity Jones and director Gareth Edwards take us behind-the-scenes in this thrilling Rogue One: A Star Wars Story featurette.
Anime fans everywhere have cause to rejoice as legendary director Hayao Miyazaki has announced he is coming out of retirement to complete one last film. Miyazaki, one of the founders and directors of the Japanese animation studio, Studio Ghibli, retired back in 2013 after the completion of his final... Read more
Kiyoshi Kurosawa is back to his nail-biting best with an investigative thriller that’s dominated by a malevolent psychopath. Creepy takes the audience on a journey, bypassing the supernatural films that have overshadowed box offices in recent years, instead opting to focus a fear that’s a little close to home; mankind. Based on a... Read more
While the blockbuster section of the film industry has somewhat left us desiring much more in 2016, it’s difficult to argue against the fact that there is still a ton of movie content out there that attracts, engages and affects us an audience in a flurry of power and... Read more
Mocking the severe headaches suffered by many of its protagonists (Bill Pullman’s President Whitmore and Brent Spiner’s Dr. Okun to name two). The rousing speeches of its predecessor and Jeff Goldblum reprising his most popular role. Himself. It could only be the latest ‘Honest Trailer’ for master of disaster... Read more