Film Reviews, News & Competitions

 
 

 
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C
 

Crazy, Stupid, Love

A beautiful man is one thing. A beautiful man who is able to not take himself seriously is something else. A beautiful man who is Ryan Gosling is not an obvious source of humour, but Crazy Stupid Love pulls it off valiantly.
 
 
DVD/Blu-ray
 

Resident, The

After last year’s well-received Let Me In, this film marks the second release for the newly revamped Hammer Film Productions and shows that there is serious mileage to be had in this studio comeback.
 

 
A
 

Adjustment Bureau, The

Matt Damon and Emily Blunt try to steal our minds but succeed in melting our hearts instead.   The Adjustment Bureau is another Hollywood shot at adapting a Philip K Dick story. Over the years there have been the sublime, ...
 
 
D
 

Drive Angry 3D

The last couple of years have seen Nicolas Cage become somewhat of a cult internet icon thanks to his outrageous acting method and some myth-like facts about his home life.
 

 
DVD/Blu-ray
 

Winter's Bone DVD

A mesmerising journey into a world that you never want to be part of, yet thanks to a stunning lead performance will never want to leave. Great films transport you to places you never knew existed. Star Wars (1977) took us to a...
 
 
DVD/Blu-ray
 

Ghosted

We love a good prison drama. Whether it’s the harsh, brutal realities of movies like A Sense Of Freedom, Carandiru and Hunger, the escapist pleasures of action flicks like Escape from New York and Lock-Up, obvious Christ-allego...
 

 
C
 

Cutter's Way

Part of the rash of neo-noirs of the early ‘80s that included Body Heat, The Postman Always Rings Twice and Michael Mann’s Thief, Cutter’s Way, is a cool, gleaming jewel of a movie that, 30 years after it first hit the screens,...
 
 
DVD/Blu-ray
 

Zookeeper

Zookeeper is the latest flick from Adam Sandler’s Happy Madison snooze factory. After smoking hot Stephanie (Leslie Bibb) shoots down his marriage proposal, perennial man-child
 

 
C
 

Color Me Lavender

Hollywood’s squeamish fascination with gay eroticism and camp.
 
 
D
 

Don't Look Now DVD

Nic Roeg’s unique style creates one of the most visceral and unsettling films of all time.