Frank Grillo

7

Good

7

Good

8

Great

The Purge: Anarchy review

In an America (just a small nudge into the future) that’s plagued by crime and unemployment, society split into the haves and the haven’t-got-a-hopes, the right-wing totalitarian government have instituted...

5

Average

Homefront review

Truth be told, I'm a huge fan of The Stath. He's the closest thing we have now to the type of fodder Clint Eastwood and Charles Bronson were churning out...

8

Great

End of Watch review (Blu-ray)

Ayler has quite the track record for films set on the streets of Los Angeles, especially concerning the LAPD.

3

Poor

Lay the Favourite review

If you're into betting and gambling then this effort might offer some mild interest to you. If however, you're not one who dabbles then there's precious little reward for you here.

6

Fair

The Grey review (Blu-ray)

"It's a thriller. It's a horror film. It's a character-driven drama of men struggling to survive," says producer Jules Daly of The Grey.

10

Superb

Warrior review (Blu-ray)

It’s revealed early on in this film that Tommy Conlan (Hardy) and his big brother Brendan (Edgerton) were separated at a young age. Tommy left to be with their ailing mother, while his big...

6

Fair

Mother’s Day review (Blu-ray)

As a hurricane sweeps in, a group of middle class friends gather for a storm party in the basement of Daniel and Beth Sohapi’s home.

4

Poor

The Grey review

"It's a thriller. It's a horror film. It's a character-driven drama of men struggling to survive," says producer Jules Daly of The Grey.