In a strong year for smart, unpatronising horror, veteran TV director Colm McCarthy made his second feature (his first being 2010’s distinctive Outcast) with screenwriter Mike Carey adapting his own novel.
OK, let’s be honest, you’re either going to "get" Pemberton and Shearsmith’s humour or you’re not.
The Faust legend gets another go-round with this lame thriller. Timberlake plays Richie Furst, the college student cheated out of his savings by an internet operation headed up by millionaire...
Running away from some unpleasantness in the big city, mother and daughter Clara and Eleanor (Arterton and Ronan) arrive in the peculiarly depressing environ of an out-of-season English seaside town.
What we have here is a rather neat concept that's let down by pretty average execution. Hansel & Gretel: Witch Hunters is a classic "what if" tale.
Once a country girl, Tamara Drewe (Arterton) went to London to make her fortune and got a nose job and a newspaper column.
The words “video game adaptation” are enough to strike fear into the hearts of most moviegoers, and for good reason: they’re all shit.
What it must be to be rich. The things you could buy, the places you could go, the kidnappers you could attract...