Can Bourne exist without Bourne… Andrew takes a look. Bourne again, indeed…
Laura looks back at this little seen, but mostly essential gem of a movie
So, is it worth going to see Colin Farrell pretend to be Arnie in the Total Recall remake? Click and see…
This complex tale starring Anthony Hopkins (left) of intermingling characters and their tragic circumstances will put you through the wringer, but is it any good?
It’s the movie about the talking bear that everyone is talking about – after they stop talking about Batman – but is it any good?
In the summer of 2001, the box offices around the world were set alight with the runaway success of Ocean’s 11; a remake of the Frank Sinatra and Rat Pack film of the same name from 1960. Though this time, things were just a little different. The premise of the film was simple; a group […]
They’re heeeeeeeeeeeere, well, Oliver’s brilliant mvie review is. This week he looks at the Hooper/Spielberg horror Poltergeist and, as always, you’re gonna want to watch it again after this…
It’s arguably the most anticipated film of the last five years. As Gotham hangs in the brink, only Batman can save it from new terror Bane. But is it any good?
Oliver is back with his cool retro-review and this week he’s looking at the movie that gave us Jean Claude Van Damme
Owen looks back at one of the finest horror movies of its time, the giant ant thriller Them!
One of Disney’s most forgotten about movies, The Black Cauldron has much more to offer than you might think….
It’s the superhero underdog of the summer… but is it any good?
It’s a great escapist fantasy and Christmas wouldn’t be the same without it… this week Oliver checks out Jim Henson and George Lucas’ dark fairy tale, Labyrinth for his video review
The Ice Age team are back, surviving impossible odds as only they can…
It’s the scariest piece of film-making to ever come from Ireland and we were at the world premiere yesterday and it’s a thing of horrific beauty…
We’re a bit late this week, so we do apologise, but it’s never too late for the Monday Movie Show weekly round-up of all that’s new at home and in cinemas
Oliver is back and this time he’s reviewing the sequel to one of the most sccessful comicbook movies of all time… but was it as good as the original?
Sigourney Weaver and Cillian Murphy star in this tale of supernatural fakery and scary secrets while Robert DeNiro (left) chews the scenery.
The guys are back to break down the weekly home and cinema releases…
It’s that time of the week when Oliver takes a look at a movie from yesteryear… this week Masters of the Universe