Review: The Guard

John Michael McDonagh's The Guard is a joyous explosion of brilliant dialogue, inspired characters and energetic narration that begs to be loved over and over again.

Top 10 Films Inspired By British TV Comedy

The very first Top 10 list of 2011 arrives with a look at the best films to be based on or inspired by British television comedy shows. From Ricky Gervais to Simon Pegg to Ronnie Barker and the Monty Python team, Top 10 films to be inspired by British TV comedy looks at...

Review: Saint

Dutch filmmaker Dick Maas goes the horror-comedy route for his darkly comic tale of a serial killing re-imagination of Santa Claus. But is it worth your time?

Review: Zombieland

Zombies. Gore. Woody Harrelson in search of Twinkies. A gun-toting Emma Stone. And a Ghostbuster. There aren't many more things horror fans can ask for from a movie.

Review: Once Bitten

Long before the Twilight saga Jim Carrey was turning into a bloodsucker while simultaneously looking for love. The year was 1985. The film was Once Bitten.

Review: Just Go With It

Usually Dennis Dugan's name above a film title fills me with fear. He has, after all, made some truly horrendous films. However, Just Go With It was a nice surprise. Daniel Stephens explains why...

Top 10 Tom Hanks Films 1990 – 2010

With the release of Tom Hanks' new film Larry Crowne on Friday, Daniel Stephens takes a look at the actor's best films of the 1990s and 2000s.

Top 10 Road Trip Comedy Films

Continuing our look at films about self-discovery Daniel Stephens reviews the greatest road trip comedies ever made.