Ed Harris

8

Great

10

Superb

Gravity review (3D Blu-ray)

If you saw Gravity in the cinema, you're probably wondering how well it holds up on the small screen.

10

Superb

Gravity review

Cuaron really is one of the most gifted directors working in movies today. For me, Y Tu Mama Tambien was the best film of 2001, his helming of the third...

10

Superb

Creepshow review (Blu-ray)

From the brilliant (and some would say twisted minds) of Romero and King comes Creepshow, marketed on its initial release in 1982 as "the most fun you’ll ever have being scared".

4

Poor

Gravity review

Gravity sucks! Devoid of atmosphere, character and tension it’s a spectacle that’s as vacuous as the vast, airless ocean that’s its biggest star.

8

Great

Phantom review (Blu-ray)

Tight, cramped and claustrophobic is not the ideal way to spend your working hours, but working on a submarine means that is how you have to work.

8

Great

Pain & Gain review

Wahlberg? Johnson? Bay? This triumvirate doesn't exactly inspire confidence, but by God they've delivered a corker with Pain & Gain. It's terrific – a guilty pleasure of the first order.

6

Fair

Sweet Vengeance review (DVD)

Sweet Vengeance (or, as it was screened at Sundance in January, Sweetwater) is a noble, if unremarkable, low-budget indie western from the movie world’s latest filmmaking siblings, the Miller brothers;...

8

Great

Knightriders review (Blu-ray & DVD)

Romero’s 1981 film Knightriders, his only directorial foray outside of the horror genre, has more in common with US-made, countercultural, travelling biker movies such as 1953’s The Wild One, starring...

6

Fair

Man on a Ledge review (DVD)

Man on a Ledge is a nail-biting, popcorn chomping ride through one man’s quest to prove his innocence.