First-Rate Thriller “Duel” Marks The Beginning Of A Hollywood Phenomenon

Originally a made-for-TV thriller, Steven Spielberg's feature-length film debut was so good it was later released in theatres. Ryan Pollard takes a look at this early Spielberg masterpiece...

David Fincher Again Impresses with Thriller “Gone Girl”

Ben Affleck plays Nick Dunne, a husband who files a missing persons report following the disappearance of his wife. But not all is as it seems. Ryan Pollard checks out David Fincher's latest masterpiece...

Dan Stevens Sizzles in Slick, Psychological Thriller “The Guest”

Slick psychological thriller The Guest defies expectation but delivers on its promise to entertain. Simon Evans & Luke Ostler sing the praises of his 2014 genre gem...

Nic Cage’s “Tokarev” Can’t Escape the Clichés

Also known as Rage, Nicolas Cage's Tokarev is a revenge thriller that tries to emulate the b-movie success of Liam Neeson's Taken but can't escape a cliche-ridden script...

Top 10 Movie Airport Crime Scenes

Delayed flights, luggage theft, long queues, nazi customs officials, obnoxious passengers, expensive coffee and second rate food – it’s absolutely criminal what happens at some airports.
Posted On 09 Sep 2014

Twisty Airborne Thriller “Non-Stop” has Plenty to Offer Despite Flaws

Liam Neeson re-teams with Unknown director Jaume Collet-Serra for this twisty airborne thriller which sees a U.S. air marshal become embroiled in a blackmail plot...

Director Zack Snyder Achieves The Impossible with “Watchmen”, the So Called Unfilmable Graphic Novel

Zack Snyder, who won acclaim for his adaptation of Frank Miller's graphic novel 300, turned his attention in 2009 to the so-called "unfilmable" Watchmen by creator Alan Moore...

Top 10 Films Featuring Historic Serial Killers

Although there is a slew of films about real-life serial killers, very few of them are strictly biographical. Mark Fraser looks at a number of ways these murdering swine have been portrayed in the movies.
Posted On 02 May 2014