OK, the first Fantastic Four film didn't set the world on fire, although admittedly it was much, much better than the unreleased 1994 Roger Corman version.
Being an Australian, the allotment is a foreign concept to me — a strange bend of backyard veggie patch and market garden.
A French interpretation of a glossy American thriller? It’s not the most obvious of combinations, is it? Tell No One is Harlan Coben’s best-selling beach-read slab of crime fiction as...
It’s a slasher movie. In a motel. We have then, it’s fair to say, been on this territory in the past.
John Boorman’s latest film is an oddball take on the nature v nurture debate. It's billed as a black comedy but, in truth, it’s neither particularly dark nor particularly funny...
What is the cost of your morning coffee? If your answer is ‘around $4/£2’ then you should probably see Black Gold, a fascinating and disturbing call to arms to the...
It started as a terrific remake of a dud 60s heist movie. Then came a dud sequel that's better off forgotten.
Dazed, but not confused
The Flying ScotsmanThe true story about the turbulent life of cyclist Graeme Obree, known as The Flying Scotsman. From a humble background, Obree always had to fight for survival.
Yay. Another horror remake. I’m so happy about the current trend, I’ll say it again. Yay.