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.
Review: Behind The Candelabra (2013)
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.
Review: Summer in February (2013)
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.
Film Trailer Review: Alan Partridge: Alpha Papa
A review of the new trailer for Alan Partridge: Alpha Papa, “I am siege face”.
Review: The Big Wedding (2013)
The Big Wedding is not realistically the worst comedy of the year just a disordered affair, with morally flippant characters and sloppy writing.
Review: The Purge (2013)
It may not hold up as well under intense scrutiny and its finale goes off course a bit but The Purge is a good horror/thriller with a premise that adds real depth.
Review: Parental Guidance (2012)
Parental Guidance is an inoffensive, occasionally enjoyable caper that has its heart in the right place but its funny bone is out of joint and it lacks anything distinguishable from countless others.
Review: The Hangover Part III (2013)
The Hangover Part III is not absent of all merit but is utterly devoid of humour and the new direction hasn’t helped make this threequel meaningful.
Review: Resolution (2012)
Resolution is a clever indie horror that embarks on the nature of campfire storytelling with a unique horrific vision.
Review: Star Trek Into Darkness (2013)
Star Trek Into Darkness is a rip-roaring blockbuster, funny, well acted and at time of writing 2013’s blockbuster to beat, see this on the biggest screen possible!
Review: The Reluctant Fundamentalist (2012)
The Reluctant Fundamentalist is a smart globetrotting thriller, which opens up timely issues to debate and features a breakout performance by Riz Ahmed.
Top 10 Natural Horror Films with Bite
We take a look at some of the best natural horror films - a list that includes the likes of Jaws and The Birds...
Review: The Bigfoot Tapes (2012)
A Troll Hunter-like start is fine but as soon as the first occurrence begins The Bigfoot Tapes goes downhill fast becoming foreseeable and not especially enjoyable.
Review: The Lords of Salem (2012)
Not exactly horror, The Lords of Salem appears to be an artistic statement without the punch; there is occasional fun but very little actual atmosphere.
Review: Love Crime (2010)
Alain Corneau’s psychologoical drama Love Crime is well acted but lags in excitement in parts.