★★✰✰✰ Matt Damon stars in Paul Greengrass’s The Bourne Supremacy. Framed for a botched CIA operation in Berlin, Bourne is drawn back into action.
★★★★✰ Bringing new meaning to the term Brits abroad, Dead in France is a charmingly offensive black comedy directed by Kris McManus.
★★★✰✰ Doug Liman directs the first in the Bourne franchise. Based on Robert Ludlum’s novel, The Bourne Identity follows amnesiac Jason Bourne.
★★★★★ Bart Layton’s The Imposter is a heart-stopping case of truth being stranger than fiction. A dark and purely entertaining docu-thriller.
Lethal Weapon 5 won’t feature Mel Gibson as Gibson says goodbye to Riggs…
Find out how you can enter to win Truth or Dare on DVD in our special competition! We’ve got three DVDs of the film to give away.
Director Tony Scott has died after jumping from a Los Angeles bridge. His films included Enemy of the State and Top Gun.
Sean Bean narrates Hooligan, Donal MacIntire’s documentary study of what was known in the 80’s as ‘the English disease’.
Sad news for his fans, Bob Hoskins has announced his retirement. His projects include Who Framed Roger Rabbit and The Long Good Friday.
We take a look at what’s in store at horror movie festival Frightfest 2012. Films include The Seasoning House, After and Hidden in the Woods.
★★★✰✰ Ben Stiller, Vince Vaughn and Richard Ayoade star in comedy The Watch where neighbourhood watch members get more than they bargain for….
★★★★✰ Dominik Moll’s The Monk, a French language version of Matthew Lewis’s classic gothic novel set in the 17th century, is a chilling tale.
We take a look at what we can expect from Zack Snyder’s Superman movie, starring Henry Cavill and Russell Crowe, in our Man of Steel preview.
★★✰✰✰ Small-scale The Divide, directed by Xavier Gens, plays on the emotions and has a pretty chilling opening to boot.
Pass us the tissues, we take a look at the top ten movies that make men cry, a list that includes E.T., Marley and Me and Top Gun. Sob!