Love ’em or loathe ’em, this is U2 at the peak of their 80s powers
Roobla Film Reviews.
Jackie Chan once again providing plenty of laughs and action in his latest adventure, proving he isn’t finished yet.
Origin Wars is impressive in ambition and concept, but lacking in actuality.
A remake of an 80s video nasty, transferring the action from America to the quiet countryside of Essex in a modern take on the classic slasher.
When a prank goes horribly wrong a group of friends have to pay for it with their lives eight years later in this fun homage to classic slashers.
Breakfast may be a short, but it’s not short of ideas. The second course in the Dinner-verse series exceeds expectations.
A 12 minute short which really packs a punch.
She kicks arse like a modern day Buffy the Vampire Slayer. Is the Demon Hunter what Ireland needs?
If you want something different from the summer blockbusters, this hard-hitting gritty drama is worth checking out.
Some good ideas and interesting twists, but the unlikeable main characters really let the film down.
Universal’s first monstrous update courts sarcophagus-loaded missteps, the worst one being a focus on justifying the universe it is in rather than itself.
The Beatles’ Sgt Peppers is one of the most important albums of all time. This review discusses its importance within the context of this music documentary.
Is it just bad or so bad, it’s good?
Whiff of genuine charm from the leads stops ‘Baking Bad’ some inches away from being a total snoozer.
Slightly lacklustre second half of this version of events in 60s gangland London