Is The Curse of Buckout Road a horror classic, or pure horror-show?
All in all, Lying and Stealing is not a very good film
Once Upon a Time in London is an enjoyable gangster drama in the rich tradition of the genre
Woody Harrelson gets Lost in London in his one-shot directorial debut
Revenge combines exploitation and gore with empowerment and a sexually charged feminine gaze
Crowhurst is the story of Donald Crowhurst, whose attempt to sail around the world in 1968 ended in disaster, guilt and deceit.
Jason Flemyng's directorial debut sees a Vampire meeting go wrong when the Army decide to pay a visit
After the success of Bad Moms, a talented cast come together to go for some easy laughs and a few life lessons in Fun Mom Dinner
This week's Netflix and Smiff checks out Netflix original film Win It All, as well as the new series of Master of None and It's Always Sunny In Philadelphia
Compared to Volker Schlöndorff’s chilly, inert 1990 film adaptation, this opening salvo is so packed with incident and ideas that it feels desperate to speed things along