A harrowing but honest depiction of what life was like during the reign of the terrible Kray twins, Britain’s most notorious gangsters.
A boring whodunnit masked in criticism thirty years past its sell-by-date
Is the Legend star eyeing up 007?
Roger Chapman’s brief but moving tribute to the people that witnessed and fought at the Battle of Arnhem, is a film that deserves to be seen.
Ming Dynasty mayhem
Effective in its lo-fi, hands-off aesthetic, The Decline Of Western Civilisation captures the myopic restlessness of an aimless generation.
First of Conn Iggulden’s series of novels about the rise of the Roman dictator set to be adapted
Veteran Dubliner to star opposite Timothy Spall in The Journey
How five films saved one man’s week (that’s me, by the way)
Directed, written, and starring Craig Roberts – alongside a particularly captivating Emile Hirsch – this brave, tense, funny film will keep you captivated.
Who says money is a sign of success?
Thanks to some very dedicated nerds, Star Wars is back, in its original theatrical glory. But, you can’t watch it legally.
As powerful as it is ridiculous, it squeezes out all of your emotions, but you won’t mind because, genuinely, it’s great!
The classic British TV show is back thanks to Universal and is starring some top British actors. Watch the first trailer for the film to see who!
Channing Tatum, Samuel L. Jackson, Kurt Russell star in Quentin Tarantino’s latest flick. We’ll see it in cinemas January 2016! Here’s the first trailer