Top 10 British Horror Films Of The 2010s

British cinema is notoriously good at making scary movies...

Review: “Three And Out” Entertains With Its Lightweight Misadventures

While it suffers from a plot that doesn't quite fit together and a muddled tone, the performances of the principle cast give it a likeable energy that is endearing and at times heartwarming...

Review: “The Ruins” Needs More Than Refurbishment

If you're seeking horror that's modern, short and snappy, and made for the Scream generation, The Ruins is for you...

Review: “Amityville 3D” Recycles Ideas To Serve Its Gimmick

Amityville 3D is a poor film; it's a shame it taints what could have been a good little trilogy of haunted house movies...

Review: “Amityville Horror II: The Possession” Does Its Best With A Curious Mix Of Cliches

An unusual narrative jigsaw that leaves you just as perplexed as entertained...

Aaron Paul: Netflix “Destroying” Everyone’s Art If New Idea Goes Ahead

Aaron Paul has reacted angrily to Netflix's proposals to begin rolling out varying speeds for watching content...

Review: “Let Us Prey” – The Sermon Falls Flat Despite Looking The Part

While the film displays an aesthetic tidiness, Let Us Prey loses its way under a cloud of impacting ideas...

Top 10 Steve Martin Films

Culminating in Bowfinger in 1999, there were few American comic actors in possession of such an appealing body of work as Steve Martin...