The Bay is the film that Contagion should have been, gripping, meaningful and scary (but not for the most obvious reasons).
Good Vibrations offers a superbly likeable and enjoyable story of the determination of one man to bring punk music to the masses in war torn 1970s Belfast.
Thanks to its authentic direction and enjoyable characters, Gimme The Loot is a surprisingly fun low budget debut showing the joys of inner city living.
Bryan Singer directs an adaptation of the fairytale Jack and the Beanstalk, starring Nicholas Hoult, Eleanor Tomlinson and Ewan McGregor.
Nicolas Cage, Ryan Reynolds and Emma Stone lend their vocals to this animated adventure about a family of cavemen who must learn to trust their curiosity.
Amour offers an affecting portrayal of love and loss, and is Haneke’s most humane film.
Michael H. Profession: Director is a slight but enjoyable documentary about one of the greatest filmmakers working today, Michael Haneke.
The Alps features an intriguing prospect, hampered by some vague storytelling and underdeveloped characters.
Welcome to the Punch is sleek and fun in places, but a little bit hollow.
Community is a British horror effort that tries to combine scares with a social statement but both get lost along the way.
Comedown is a tower block set slasher from the director of Kidulthood. Is it a grimy British Halloween or more Friday 13th pt VIII: Jason Takes Manhattan?
Ascher’s documentary about interpretations of The Shining is obscure, obsessive and essential. Room 237 is one of the best films about watching films ever made.
Nicholas Sparks’s latest weepy adaptation Safe Haven is a sure fire hit for girls’ nights in in the future.
Powerful, affecting; White Material is another beautiful and lyrical film from Claire Denis starring the incomparable Isabelle Huppert.
McCullin is a fascinating documentary on a difficult subject, told without gloss or shying away from the truth.