There is plenty you could be watching but The Internship is charming and funny enough to enjoy.
Roobla reviews Room, a story told in the perspective of a child born in captivity.
With a stronger focus on Dr. Lecter comes a more violent and action-packed show, with Fromage pushing Hannibal to the blood stained center of the stage.
I Am Breathing is a touching and hugely affecting documentary about the extraordinary strength of a family dealing with a heartbreaking situation.
High spirited, wonderfully funny and confidently directed, Much Ado About Nothing is a treat for not just Joss Whedon fans, but for all to enjoy.
Entity is at times confused and not the most standout low budget horror but offers some genuine creeps along the way.
Jay Baruchel travels to LA to hang out with Seth Rogen but when Rogen takes him to James Franco’s house for an all-star party, events are thrown off when the world starts to end.
A Haunted House is a found-footage parody in the vein of Scary Movie, sending up horrors Paranormal Activity, The Exorcist, The Devil Inside and many more.
Behind the Candelabra is not kitsch it is openly enjoyable, a glittering, camp and respectful celebration of an American icon and his whirlwind romance that is staggeringly performed.
In a beautifully shot and touchingly constructed film, Shun Li and the Poet is as charming as it is tranquil, serving to deliver a warming story in a serene manner.
Whilst Sorbet begins to lift the veil and peer behind the carefully constructed mask of Dr. Lecter, the rest of Hannibal may be showing signs of struggle.
Beyond the Hills is a sparse, subtly intense twist on your typical supernatural film.
Moodier and darker than what has come before but also better in many ways, Man of Steel is great entertainment and absolutely epic.
Sacrifice tells an epic tale of revenge, family feuds, tragedy and paternal love.
Summer in February is a sumptuously shot and scored production with good performances that should appeal squarely to lovers of period drama despite the flaws.