Not even sweet animation can make up for Hotel Transylvania; the weakest of this year’s kids horror flicks.
Although marketed as the new Bridesmaids, Friends with Kids is incredibly disappointing; perhaps thanks to the unfair advertising
I saw the highly anticipated Coriolanus at the wonderful Old Market Hall in Shrewsbury. Does this Shakespearian tragedy prove that Ralph Fiennes can shake his iconic association with The Dark Lord?
Like most family films at the moment, John Carter has been released in 3D and 2D. Unfortunately the new Disney release gains nothing from the extra dimension, proving it’s been a gimmick all along
Your wedding day is meant to be the best day of your life, right? Well, not if an ominous blue planet is looming over Earth. Melancholia; my first experience of a Lars von Trier film wasn’t the greatest as art house meets sci-fi in this psychological apocalyptic movie
Cillian Murphy and Thandie Newton play a troubled couple getting away from it all on a remote island in Retreat. They’re not as alone as they think they are, as Jamie Bell shows up unannounced bringing terrible news
February’s Fan of the Month chose the 1978 animation Lord of the Rings as the film for me to review. How does it compare to Peter Jackson’s adaptation?
In an acception to the general rule, War Horse explores events up to and throughout the First World War. Despite it being a little lengthy and overly sentimental, I still cried. Twice.
The Greek Kynodontas (Dogtooth) is a truly unique piece of cinema. Whether or not its a good piece of cinema is another matter.
Mel Gibson plays a troubled husband along side Jodie Foster and a beaver hand-puppet in this self claimed “Dramedy”.