Whilst Mouchette certainly doesn’t make for easy viewing there has never been a better time to experience Robert Bresson at the height of his powers
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Lone Survivor tells an admirable story well whilst the cast do what they can to elevate it above the normal war flick.
Afflicted is the antidote to the Tween vampire market and also a standout found footage offering, well made and gnarly.
Jason Statham does what he does best as a single father trying to lead a quiet life in Homefront – this time going up against white trash in the form of James Franco and Winona Ryder.
Leprechaun: Origins may not be as bad as you thought but it commits a (in many ways) worse sin of being an utterly pointless reboot of a dried up series.
Cloverfield director Matt Reeves really ups the ante for the Apes franchise in this sequel to 2011’s Rise of the Planet of the Apes
Godzilla is thematically closer to the 1954 film than imagined, yet it is its own film and shows through size and human peril that Godzilla isn’t in our world, we’re in his.
Whilst Hatchet III certainly won’t win any new fans and definitely doesn’t add anything new, it is better than it really had any right to be and is superior to any number of Friday 13th/Halloween/Saw sequels you care to throw in Crowley’s path.
The most surprising thing about The Borderlands, a brilliant British found-footage horror, is that it has such good characters.
Steve Coogan and Judi Dench both shine as an unlikely odd couple on a journey to discover the truth, in the charming and emotional Philomena.
Captain America: The Winter Soldier takes Marvel to new realms as Steve Rogers must face an unknown enemy force bent on bringing both him and Shield down
The acclaimed film director Joe Wright attempts his adaptation at the greatest novel ever written, Anna Karenina.
Fire In The Blood makes a compelling, convincing and devastating case against those in power who don’t take action against the unnecessary suffering of millions.
The Grand Budapest Hotel might be Wes Anderson’s best film, unless you think a different one is better.
The Lebanese Rocket Society is not always exciting but a constantly interesting look at a subject, which seems all but forgotten in the long history of the modern world.