More Yellowstone is coming
More Yellowstone is coming
Only Murders In The Building Season 2 is coming!
Cineworld’s in trouble again!
Druckmann will also direct
Shang-Chi continues to dominate
Star Trek: Picard Season 3 is a go!
Let’s discuss that Shang-Chi mid-credits scene
Should Bob Chapek be worried?
Part 2 is here!
No Time To Die… in China…
Disney won’t abandon cinemas
Michael Keaton IS Batman!
Christie’s coming to Wednesday
The Penguin is coming
Ethan Hawke will be Batman
Bane is coming to HBO Max!
Netflix’s The Legend Of Zelda – The Series
Things are getting interesting!
Top Gun: Maverick looks really good!
Keep your data safe
We solemnly swear that we are up to no good
2016’s almost drawing to a close and it’s time to look onto the big movies, a.k.a. blockbusters, that could make a splash in 2017.
With Transformers: The Last Knight’s trailer hitting the Internet, I’m asking myself whether we should actually care about this franchise anymore?
With Christmas just being around the corner, it’s that time of the year when we all sit on our sofas and watch festive movies. Here are 5 movies you should check out this Christmastime.
Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2’s teaser trailer has hit the web, which begs the question, could it be Marvel’s best movie to date?
Have Laika pulled off yet another winner with their latest offering, Kubo and the Two Strings? Check out our review to find out what we thought.
Is Fantastic Beast and Where to Find Them as ‘fantastic’ as the title suggests, or is it a bit of a damp Squib?
Mark Millar has once again put his own unique spin on the traditional superhero story with Old Man Logan.
Over the years, Waititi has managed to perfect his tone and his visual style, and it’s all culminated in this movie, which is witty, charming, funny, heartfelt, sad, sweet and memorable.
Watching a movie all about a plane crash is hard for me, however, all is fine when you have Clint Eastwood in the control tower and Tom Hanks as your captain.
Dan Trachtenberg put John Goodman in a bunker, added a sprinkling of Cloverfield, and created one of the best thrillers in years.
Creed steps out of Rocky’s shadow to deliver one hell of a knockout blow.
Crimson Peak is a return to Del Toro’s roots. He’s back to what he does best and we should rejoice.
Netflix adds to its list of superb original content with the wonderfully charming Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt.
It’s time to reflect on what made Silent Hills P.T. such a great demo – and why it’s a tragedy we’ll never get to see the finished product.
Her Story will test your skills of deduction, your eye for detail, and your nose for, uhh, crime. Let’s split up and look for clues.
Despite Jake Gyllenhaal’s dedicated performance, Southpaw lacks the punch and the grit to overcome its derivative story.
Tom Cruise is back for another season – but how does Rogue Nation stack up against previous entries in the franchise?
I watched the widely ridiculed reboot of Marvel’s first family so you don’t have to.
Ant-Man is marred by Edgar Wright’s acrimonious departure, but still manages to be one of Marvel’s most entertaining films to date.
Nintendo broadens its palette with this inky and ridiculously fun MOBA.
I spent 10 years and more than one console completing Ocarina of Time. It’s still one of the greatest games ever made.
Kevin Hart does his best, but Get Hard reeks more of desperation than anything approaching humour.
I pick the best of the plethora of games on offer from this year’s E3 convention.
Already one of the best new sitcoms on TV, Silicon Valley ups the laughs and stakes on every level with this new season.
It’s about time someone was actually allowed to land a punch on the iron jaw of Scientology. And who better than renowned documentarian Alex Gibney?
George Miller reasserts himself as the best action director working today, revitalising not only the Mad Max franchise, but the genre as a whole.
John Wick marks a return to form for Keanu Reeves, recementing his status as one of the greatest action stars working today.
Easily the best horror film of the year, It Follows is a potent reminder of just how great the genre can be when backed by great writing.
Kingsman is a solid, fun, funny and enjoyable action film which is a good way to spend 2 hours of your life.
Disney have delivered a wonderful film, which promises to become yet another money spinning franchise for the house of mouse.
Damien Chazelle has created something very special in Whiplash. Tense, traumatising, electrifying, depressing and uplifting, which takes you on a roller-coaster of emotions, all resulting a barn storming finish.
Chris Tilly and I had a discussion regarding what the world of a film critic really entails in the age of the internet.
J.C Chandor has made a first-class gangster film, which brings to mind the very best films in the genre.
Alex Garland has really pulled off something special. Ex Machina is a visceral, engaging, though-provoking and an unnerving experience.
Heists are always interesting to watch onscreen, which is probably why Hollywood likes to make so many movies involving them. Read my top ten heist movie list at Taste of Cinema.
The Hobbit: BOTFA is a found and teary eyed farewell to Peter Jackson’s Middle Earth, which he has served so well, over so many years.
With Christmas and the New Year almost upon us, it’s that time of the year where everyone likes to write and promote their top ten best films of the year. Everybody loves a list!
What We Do in the Shadows is one of the funniest films of the year, and proves that you don’t have to go down the route that most modern comedies are going down nowadays.