A Gung-Ho Michael Bay Celebrates Male Heroes In “13 Hours: The Battle Of Benghazi”

Michael Bay gets to celebrate his two favourite things - America and male heroes - in 13 Hours: The Secret Soldiers of Benghazi...

Lawrence Gough’s Spirited Debut “Salvage” Boasts Style & Substance

Salvage is a spirited directorial debut that gains from satisfying plot twists and the tough-girl performance of its star Neve McIntosh...

Top 10 Films About Vengeful Vigilantes

Top 10 Films checks out a selection of great movies about vengeful vigilantes including Get Carter & The Limey...

Review: Ken Loach Delights With Whisky & Crime Capers In “The Angels’ Share”

Top 10 Films editor Dan Stephens takes a look at one of the great British social-realist's most endearing and entertaining films...

Ken Loach Takes Home Palme D’Or For “I Daniel Blake”

Ken Loach becomes a double Palme d'Or winner as I Daniel Blake takes the top prize at Cannes...

“Annabelle” Is A Pleasing Side Order To “The Conjuring’s” Main Course

Annabelle is a worthy companion to James Wan's The Conjuring and will thrill fans of Insidious and its ilk...

Review: Leigh Whannell’s “Insidious: Chapter 3” Is Hollywood’s Scariest Horror Film In Years

Leigh Whannell, the co-creator of Saw and Insidious, needs to make more horror movies because he's bloody good at it...

“The Rise” Is A Smart, Entertaining British Gangster Flick

The Rise is quite novel: it's a British Gangster film that's actually very good. Writer-director Rowan Athale even avoids the self-conscious styling of genre "head boy" Guy Richie...