Visionary filmmaker Yimou Zhang directs Matt Damon in The Great Wall, but is it any good? Our review is...
Sub-Editor Chris Haydon finally removes Oliver Stone's seminal Vietnam epic Platoon from his shame list...
To celebrate The Florida Project releasing on Digital Download 5th March and on Blu-ray & DVD 15th March 2018, the extraordinary, powerful and moving coming of age drama starring Golden Globe® winner and BAFTA® nominee Willem Dafoe (The Grand Budapest Hotel, Murder on the Orient Express), we take a... Read more
A unique cinematic and musical collaboration between the Australian Chamber Orchestra and BAFTA-nominated director Jennifer Peedom, Mountain is a dazzling exploration of our obsession with mountains. Only three centuries ago, climbing a mountain would have been considered close to lunacy. The idea scarcely existed that wild landscapes might hold any... Read more
In the shadow of “the happiest place on earth”, life is both a struggle and a wonderland. After the creatively audacious, yet wonderfully freewheeling Tangerine, director Sean Baker now turns his attention to the unexplored underbelly of America; geographically perhaps only a stone’s throw from Orlando’s most famous attraction,... Read more
With Kenneth Branagh’s moustache game so very strong, Johnny Depp in mysterious mode and Daisy Ridley taking a break from using the Force, the new poster for Murder On The Orient Express looks like a very star-studded affair and one that will no doubt see audiences flocking to witness... Read more
The good folks at Netflix UK have unleashed the awesome new trailer for their Original movie, Death Note, along with a sleek new poster. Adapted from the celebrated Manga of the same name, the Adam Wingard-directed flick stars Nat Wolff in the lead role, and offers support from the... Read more
Gerard Butler chooses between the top job and his family in a modern morality tale Mark Williams’ debut film as a director was known as The Headhunter’s Calling when it was screened at Toronto last year. And, while he’s gone on to produce Ben Affleck in The Accountant, it... Read more
A classic Agatha Christie tale featuring her most famous creation in fictional detective Hercule Poirot, Murder On The Orient Express has seen various iterations through the years and 2017 is bringing one of the most star-studded versions to date. Featuring Kenneth Branagh – on directorial duties also – and... Read more
Available for pre-order now, A Family Man stars Gerard Butler, Alison Brie and Willem Dafoe and is set to be available via iTunes, Amazon Video, GooglePlay, Xbox Video Store and Sony from 5th June. To celebrate the upcoming release, we are giving 3 lucky readers the chance to win... Read more
Nat Wolff leads Adam Wingard’s adaptation of Death Note for Netflix. Check out the first teaser right here!Read more
Sub-Editor Chris Haydon finally removes Oliver Stone’s seminal Vietnam epic Platoon from his shame list…Read more
We’re not sure about you guys but we are quietly confident about James Wan’s Aquaman. True, DC and Warner Bros have hardly lit us up with their array of latest superhero (and villain offerings) of late but there’s something rather appealing about the Jason Momoa-led upcoming movie that tells us... Read more