Movie Reviews

24 February 2020

Review: Joker on Blu-ray

Arthur Fleck isn’t a name comic book fans are familiar with. That’s because in creating new movie Joker, director/writer Todd Phillips and co-writer Scott Silver decided that they would be ...
17 February 2020

Review: Gemini Man on Blu-ray

Opening with an intense and confronting sequence, director Ang Lee sets audiences up for a thrill-ride that doesn’t always deliver, but does enough to entertain with Gemini Man. Henry Brogan ...
27 January 2020

Review: Downton Abbey: The Movie

The Royals are visiting Downton and it’s all hands-on deck to get the house ready for their arrival. However, to the surprise of all the staff, the Royals travel with ...
3 December 2019

The Nightingale is a tough watch carried by its stellar writing and cast of performers [REVIEW]

The Nightingale isn’t a nice, fun watch. There are moments from the off that will leave you feeling disgusted and distraught, as some of the members of the British Army ...

22 July 2019

What Men Want is a fun, if predictable comedy adventure

Directed by Adam Shankman and with the brilliant Taraji P. Henson (Empire) in the leading role, What Men Want looked set to be a success upon its announcement. A modern-day ...

28 May 2019

Eating Animals will change the way you look at your food forever [REVIEW]

Based on the best-selling book by, Eating Animals comes from director Christopher Quinn, and is produced and narrated by Natalie Portman. Delving into the wide world of corporate factory farming, ...

4 December 2018

Amá review: Lorna Tucker's latest documentary is one of the most important films of 2018

Despite our knowledge of horrific civil rights abuses that are still happening all over the world, it's impossible to get over the shock of learning that medieval methods of population ...

14 August 2018

Ready Player One Blu-ray review

Based on the best-selling novel of the same name by Ernest Cline, Ready Player One was thought to be one of those rare books that would never be able to make ...

19 July 2018

Tomb Raider DVD review

Oscar-winning actress Alicia Vikander this year went from the glamour of The Danish Girl and the sci-fi realm of Ex Machina to take on one of her biggest challenges ever: ...
27 April 2018

Jumanji: Welcome To The Jungle Blu-ray Review

I’ll be honest, when a follow-up film to the classic Jumanji movie was announced, I was extremely sceptical. I thought it was a franchise that should be left alone, especially ...

3 April 2018

Justice League Blu-ray Review

Though we didn’t get the Zack Snyder cut of Justice League petitioned for by thousands online, we do now have the official home release of the latest DC film, which ...

7 March 2018

Murder On The Orient Express Blu-ray Review

Hercule Poirot wants a holiday. He’s been working as the world’s greatest detective non-stop and has just solved what looked to be an impossible case in Jerusalem. He doesn’t just ...

22 January 2018

Mother! Blu-ray Review

I’d be lying if I said I had any idea of the complete subtext surrounding Mother! during my first viewing. The film is on the surface a simplistic idea, at ...
15 January 2018

IT Blu-ray Review

It’s fair to say that last year’s big screen release of IT was one of the most talked about movie releases of 2017. Dropping in a year that would see ...
5 December 2017

Atomic Blonde Review – A Perfectly-Paced Female-Fronted Thriller

Take yourself back to 1989. The fall of the Berlin Wall is imminent, but in this movie, the historic event simply serves as the backdrop for one of the most ...
17 November 2017

The Beguiled Review – Sofia Coppola Flips Don Siegel’s Original On Its Head

Originally a novel by Thomas P. Cullinan called A Painted Devil, the story of The Beguiled first made its way to the big screen in 1971, from director Don Siegel ...
14 November 2017

[Review] The Unseen (2017)

Tonight (November 14), the official premiere of Gary Sinyor’s film The Unseen will take place in Central London. 12 years in the making, it’s a project extremely close to the ...

9 November 2017

It Comes At Night Review

It would be fair to say that Trey Edward Shults’ second feature film It Comes At Night is a major slow burner. The movie’s not one that immediately throws a ...

13 October 2017

Wonder Woman Blu-Ray Review

There’s a reason Wonder Woman has been making huge waves across the globe. Taking in over $800 million in the worldwide box office, the film has been praised for its ...
25 September 2017

Baywatch Extended Version Review

Let’s get the obvious out of the way; Baywatch was critically panned upon its cinematic release earlier this year. Though the trailers released ahead of the film were hilarious, X-rated ...
10 September 2017

Dennis Skinner: Nature Of The Beast Review

Daniel Draper does what many thought was impossible with his new film, Nature of the Beast, in capturing a stunning portrait of Labour MP Dennis Skinner, who has held his ...

31 July 2017

Power Rangers Blu-ray Review

There’s no denying the incredible hold superhero movies seem to have over cinema nowadays. Between Marvel’s Cinematic Universe, the X-Men Universe and the DC Extended Universe, there’s not much room ...

25 July 2017

Beauty and the Beast (2017) Blu-ray Review

There are few stories as magical as Disney’s Beauty and the Beast. As one of the studio’s most classic tales, with the animation originally released all the way back in ...
10 July 2017

Logan Blu-ray Review

In the not-too-distant future of 2029, the mutant we all know as Wolverine is forced to live a secretive life on the Mexican border, taking care of an ailing Professor ...