Sam Raimi has re-made his cult classic Evil Dead for a new generation with Evil Dead… we review the original third instalment of the Evil Dead series, Army Of Darkness.
Vulgaria is vulgar, crude and a lot of fun. Much better than expected.
Continuing our look at the original Evil Dead trilogy we review Sam Raimi’s cult classic sequel Evil Dead II…
Harmony Korine’s Spring Breakers looks great, but is boring in places.
Whilst Scanners might not be Cronenberg’s deepest film, its madcap plot and exploding head make it one of his most entertaining works.
Bodies are burned and business deals made in this week’s Game of Thrones, plus someone loses a hand…
It spawned a collection of films so it’s only right that we take a look at The Evil Dead, the 1981 original gore-fest original directed by Sam Raimi.
Stolen marks Nicolas Cage’s reunion with director Simon West, after their last film Con Air. Only intermittently entertaining and bogged down by too much over-familiarity in the writing and too little impact overall.
The Princess Bride, a magical tale of love and adventure that has been loved by every generation since its release in 1987 celebrates its 25th anniversary – inconceivable!
I Didn’t Come Here To Die is an effective, if flawed, low budget horror with very good effects and a paranoiac narrative.
Ayushmann Khurana stars as a theatre actor who falls in love with his suicidal friend’s ex-girlfriend in Nautanki Saala!.
Tony Scott’s last film Unstoppable stars Denzel Washington and Chris Pine, based on the true story of a runaway unmanned train.
Bollywood legend Sridevi delivers a delicious performance in English Vinglish, a comedy/drama about an Indian housewife who is determined to learn English.
Episode 2 is another slow burner, surprisingly bloodless but full of intriguing character development
Unto a Good Land is a convincing war time piece that tugs on the heart strings and definitely marks out its director as a talent to keep an eye on.