Found footage horror The Dyatlov Pass Incident takes advantage of the true story surrounding the mysterious deaths of some Russian skiers.
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Miss-firing on every level Riddick is a huge disappointment, packed with outdated clichés and lacking any of the charm Pitch Black carried with it back in 2000.
If rom-com About Time is Richard Curtis’s final film, he has bowed out on a high, exploring family, love and loss.
Lonesome Jim is a sensitive take on life’s failures, starring Casey Affleck, Liv Tyler, Kevin Corrigan, and directed by Steve Buscemi
From Up on Poppy Hill provides a touching tale of young love set against post-war Yokohama, as well as some beautiful animation
The Hidden Face offers lower ebb brilliance but still excellent value for its seemingly brief duration.
The White House is under attack in Antoine Fuqua’s all-out action flick, Olympus has Fallen, starring Gerard Butler, Aaron Eckhart and Morgan Freeman.
A strong final act is not enough to save Artificial Paradises from its convoluted story or gaudy aesthetic, leaving a seemingly empty film in its wake.
A masturbatory celebration of muscles and drugs which might be hypnotic at times but the tone is as messed up as the central onscreen trio.
Lightweight, funny, and farcical, The Holy Man deals with bigger themes than you might expect.
Summertime feel-good movie The Way, Way Back, starring Steve Carell, is a coming-of-age comedy with perfect retro styling.
Charulata is a beautiful, melodramatic tale of love and loneliness.
Aftershock is your archetypal Eli Roth film, turning a real-life Chilean natural disaster into a full-on gorefest
You’re Next is a smart, well-made, brutal night of gruesome enjoyment.
It may be great to look at, but Something in the Air is self-absorbed, replete with characters not worth watching, and is ignorant of its own context.