Carrie is spooky enough to please fans of the Stephen King novel, but unlikely to live up to Brian De Palma’s 1976 classic
Class of ’92 strips away the media personas of six football legends to reveal a group of friends who made a career out of playing the beautiful game.
Our take on the Gothic goings-on at the November 2013 Whitby Goth Weekend music festival
Arnold Schwarzenegger is back in this action thriller.
The Heat sees Sandra Bullock take on Melissa McCarthy in the comedy stakes as mismatched law enforcement officers partnered together.
With murder, flashbacks, and scenes of a (very) disturbing nature, American Horror Story gets even freakier than usual this week, if that’s at all possible.
There’s films about beautiful French people doing beautiful French things, then there’s Betty Blue.
Despite some solid acting from the stars, episode 3 of Alpha House is still failing to make the most of an intrinsically good idea
Can the second offering of Amazon’s Alpha House live up to the Pilot’s potential? Episode 2 struggles to balance plot development with generating laughs…
Angelina Jolie casts a spell in this trailer for Maleficent
Sudden Death sees Jean-Claude Van Damme enjoy leading man status on the big screen for one of the last times, in this generic, action-packed outing.
Whilst its fun throughout there is a sense of missed opportunity about proceedings, with a few tweaks here and there this could have been a classic.
Russell Crowe prepares for the end of the world in this first trailer for Noah.
Iko Uwais pulls no punches in this first trailer for The Raid 2: Berandal.
Joel Kinnaman is part man, part machine, all cop in this new trailer for Robocop.