Forbidden Games is a heart breaking masterpiece that should not be missed.
Lincoln offers everything promised, with fine performances, gripping political drama and a classic Steven Spielberg subject.
Hors Satan, Bruno Dumont’s latest, is as sparse and uncompromising as ever, and is probably Dumont’s best film.
Skyfall has reportedly been censored for its Chinese release, with one scene cut completely and much of the dialogue altered.
Despite early promise, Gangsters, Guns & Zombies sadly becomes another forgettable addition to the genre, despite its amusing British gangster sensibilities
A couple adopt two young girls and are then tormented by a mysterious supernatural force.
Eighties hit Beverly Hills Cop is set for TV return
Berberian Sound Studio is a thrillingly creepy homage to analogue cinema that works on almost every level.
Theological thriller or religious wreck? we have a look at The Power of Few, starring Christopher Walken
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.