My review of The Book Thief, Brian Percival’s adaptation of Markus Zusak’s hit novel of the same name.
My review of Non-Stop, an action thriller in which Liam Neeson takes time out from rescuing his family… to rescue a plane full of strangers instead.
Shameless cash-in, Lumet-esque satire about fascism and corporatism or a bizarre combination of both? Well, here’s something I never thought I might have to write; a review of The LEGO Movie…
My review of Jonathan Creek, Series 5, Episode 2: The Sinner and the Sandman.
My review of Josh C. Waller’s feature debut, the exploitation-cum-horror movie Raze, starring Zoe Bell, Rachel Nichols & Rosario Dawson.
My review of Nebraska, the new dark comedy from Alexander Payne, starring Bruce Dern, Will Forte and June Squibb.
My review of Lone Survivor, an adaptation of Marcus Luttrell’s account of Operation Red Wings – a catastrophic attempt to capture Taliban leader Ahmad Shah – from director/writer Peter Berg.
My review of You’re Next, the new slasher / dark comedy from director Adam Wingard.
My review of Her, the new film from Spike Jonze about a man who falls in love with an operating system. No, seriously…
My review of Filth, Jon S. Baird’s adaptation of the novel of the same name from Scottish neo-realist author Irvine Welsh.
My review of The Conjuring, James Wan’s supernatural horror based on the accounts of real-life “paranormal investigators” / con-artists Lorraine and Ed Warren.
My review of Lee Daniels’ The Butler, a film loosely-based on the life of White House domestic servant Eugene Allen.
My review of August: Osage County, the all-star melodrama from playwright Tracy Wells about the inner-workings of a broken Oklahama family.
My review of Dallas Buyers Club, Jean-Marc Vallée’s oscar-nominated film about the life of Ron Woodroof, starring Matthew McConaughey and Jared Leto.
My review of Mama, Andrés Muschietti’s feature length adaptation of his own 2008 short horror film.
My review of Upstream Colour, Shane Carruth’s first feature film since Primer his impenetrable 2004 time-travel drama.
It’s Jake LaMotta vs Rocky Balboa! My review of Grudge Match, a “sports comedy” starring Sly & Robert DeNiro.
My review of Rush, Ron Howard’s critically-acclaimed film about the 1976 Formula One championship and the rivalry between James Hunt and Niki Lauda.
My review of Ender’s Game, Gavin Hood’s adaptation of the novel of the same name by controversial author Orson Scott Card.
My review of Texas Chainsaw, John Luessenhop’s sequel to one of the greatest horror films of all time. Can Luessenhop do Tobe Hooper’s creation justice? (Spoiler alert: No. No he can’t…)