Tom Hooper’s adaptation of Les Misérables is a theatrical yet gritty take on a much-loved musical.
With 2013 promising to be an exciting year for cinema, we round-up 2012 by taking a look at the highs and lows of a memorable 12 months at the movies…
Forks Over Knives offers some hard to swallow findings supported by scientific explanation on topics such as why we find it easy to gorge on unhealthy food.
The Impossible is a fantastically shot and heart-wrenching piece that isn’t flawless but more than worth your time.
A young woman is tormented by demonic forces in this sequel to the Last Exorcism.
Equal parts baffling and charming, The Foreign Duck, the Native Duck takes some work but is ultimately a more than worth while experience.
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A release date has finally been announced for the long awaited Jurassic Park 4
One for the girls… or is it? We take a look at the fierce new trailer for Girls Against Boys set for release next month.
The Kid With a Bike is a fairytale, Dardenne brothers style. Bright, bold, and unashamedly emotional.
Lorna’s sham marriage to Claudy is getting in the way of her dreams of owning a snack bar. The film is a fraught drama that stays inscrutable till the end.
Hollywood loves a good sequel. So much so in fact that 2013 looks like it’s set to be the year of the second coming. Here’s our guide to 2013’s sequels.
Oscar nominations for 2013 have been announced, with Steven Spielberg’s Lincoln leading the way
Sam Raimi’s cult classic Evil Dead gets the remake treatment as five youngsters are terrorized by demons in a remote location.
US Carrie fans will have to wait a further six months before seeing the new version, as the film’s release gets pushed back to October 2013.