When is a sequel not a sequel? When it's a sort of remake cum do-over with more money and a slightly different take on the same material.
To put it bluntly, Oz the Great and Powerful is magnificent. That's a big call, but it's true.
Arrow, the cult film lover’s favourite UK video label, has begun raiding the back catalogue of the Shapiro-Glickenhaus company for cheesy 80s fare.
When The Evil Dead was first unleashed on the world back in 1981, Stephen King dubbed it the most ferociously original horror film to come along in years.
Cloudy With A Chance Of Meatballs is very good indeed, so credit where credit is due. Step forward Pixar. What? Yes, I know.
I have to confess that I enjoyed Spider-Man 3 on DVD more so than I did when I saw it at the cinema.
This third instalment of the Spider-Man story clearly demonstrates just how good Sam Raimi’s web-slinging franchise is.