“London Has Fallen”: A Soiled Product Of Hollywood’s Dash For Cash

The United Kingdom is about to take a battering in more ways than one. Dan Stephens reviews this reprehensible actioner...

First Look: Pennywise Is Back In Andrés Muschietti’s “It”

Bill Skarsgard is the man tasked with bringing Pennywise the clown (aka "It") to life and the first image of him has appeared...

“The Big Short” Gives The Credit Crunch A Face To Which We Can Angrily Point Our Finger

Anchorman director Adam McKay tackles the banking crisis of 2007 with The Big Short...

Top 10 Films Of Hollywood “Nice Guy” Ryan Gosling

We check out the work of Hollywood "nice guy" Ryan Gosling, the multi-talented star of The Notebook, Blue Valentine & Drive...

Interview: Veteran Film Editor Melissa Kent Talks About Directing Debut “Bernie & Rebecca”

Acclaimed film editor Melissa Kent talks to Top 10 Films about her transition to directing as short film Bernie and Rebecca premieres at EIFF...

“The Seven-Ups” Is A Fine Example Of 1970s Gritty, Urban Street Cinema

Dan Stephens reviews this fine slice of 1970s gritty, urban street cinema that gladly evokes the spirit, and ostensibly the character, of The French Connection...

“The Last Stand” Is Schwarzenegger’s Most Satisfyingly Entertaining Movie In 20 Years

Arnold Schwarzenegger makes a welcome return to the sort of high octane, high concept cinema that made him a much-loved Hollywood action hero...

Isla Fisher Has “Visions” In Horror Factory Blumhouse’s Disappointing Misstep

Isla Fisher is a pregnant mother coming to terms with a fatal road collision in supernatural horror Visions...