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Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps Cinema

When greed is no longer good, can a sequel to a film that exemplified capitalist ambition ever hope to succeed? What’s most remarkable about Oliver Stone’s sequel to his Oscar-winning 1990 drama Wall Street is how c...

We Are What We Are Cinema

When a middle-aged man collapses and dies in the street, his devastated, poverty-stricken family face some hard choices, not the least of which is how they’re going to put food on the table? The family are cannibals and e...


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...


Woman in Black, The

Given the massive success of stage to screen adaptations over the past five years it was inevitable that studios would turn from the garish light of the Hairsprays and Mama Mias and find more sinister source material.

Win Win

Paul Giamatti is Hollywood’s go to man if you want a grumpy sad sack dealing with a mid-life crisis – Sideways, American Splendor, Barney’s Version – you name it, he’s been miserable in it.


The Ward

John Carpenter returns, again, with young girls running in dark corridors to almost find his former glories.

Who Loves The Sun

Though treading a similar path to Ted Demme’s Beautiful Girls or Zach Braff’s Garden State, this tale of heading home to face old demons remains just as sprightly thanks to some sparkling turns by a trio of young ac...


Winnie The Pooh

Winnie the Pooh and friends have been delighting children and adults alike for over 85 years.

The Way

A film addressing the relationship between father and middle aged son, sprawled across the European countryside and 90% involving Martin Sheen walking was never going to scream to the youth of today.