Despite its leisurely pace, The Woodsman and the Rain uses simple but effective humour and an enjoyable cast to create a memorable and affecting experience.
The Song of Lunch is a BBC adaptation of Christopher Reid’s poem of the same name. Alan Rickman and Emma Thompson star as ‘He’ and ‘She’ respectively.
The King of Pigs is a South Korean animation. Its sparing use of extreme violence is just as powerful as any live action drama.
An investigator takes it upon himself to present different accounts of the zombie war in World War Z, a book by Max Brooks.
The Tall Man is a horror-thriller about the mysterious disappearances of small children from a poor town, directed by Pascal Laugier and starring Jessica Biel.
Ralph is an arcade game character who’s tired of being the bad guy… Wreck-It Ralph is vividly colourful fun for all of the family.
Christoph Waltz and Jamie Foxx star in Tarantino’s Django Unchained, a film that blends ferocious visuals with a characteristically stylish soundtrack.
Mickey Cohen’s reign as king of the underworld is assailed upon by an elite team of no-nonsense cops in Gangster Squad, a movie that under-performs.
The Possession is a Sam Raimi-produced horror film about a family being terrorised by an evil spirit through their daughter, starring Jeffrey Dean Morgan and Kyra Sedgwick.
“Look! Dad was a jerk when he was alive, I’m sure he’s gonna stay a jerk now he’s dead!”
When a young student rents a new apartment she can’t imagine the horrors one of her neighbours might have planned for her in Claustrofobia.
Forbidden Games is a heart breaking masterpiece that should not be missed.
Lincoln offers everything promised, with fine performances, gripping political drama and a classic Steven Spielberg subject.
Hors Satan, Bruno Dumont’s latest, is as sparse and uncompromising as ever, and is probably Dumont’s best film.
Despite early promise, Gangsters, Guns & Zombies sadly becomes another forgettable addition to the genre, despite its amusing British gangster sensibilities