The Reel Review: Mr Turner

Mike Leigh's new film concerns the life and career of British artist J. M. W. Turner. Timothy Spall plays the eponymous title character in a performance widely considered one of his best.

Horror & Comedy Collide with Mixed Results in “Killer Klowns from Outer Space”

Cult classic horror-comedy Killer Klowns from Outer Space makes its UK debut on blu-ray. Ryan Pollard finds out if this 1980s b-movie is killer entertainment or circus calamity.

Reel Talk with… Jenny Slate & Gillian Robespierre

Amon Warmann discusses film festival hit Obvious Child with the film's star Jenny Slate and director Gillian Robespierre. The film is released in UK cinemas August 29th.

Top 10 Parodies That Were Actually Good

Finding those great movie parodies in a sea of uninspired, derivative genre entries is becoming harder and harder as the bad far outweighs the good. Thankfully, Top 10 Films has found a few gems.

“Ride Along”? Don’t Bother…

Just how did an "action-comedy" short on "action" and "comedy" become the U.S. number one smash hit? Ryan Pollard unearths the horrors of this terrible film...

Ron Burgundy is Back..AGAIN (For One Week Only)

The cinema-going public can't get enough of Will Ferrell's Ron Burgundy. Anchorman II: The Legend Continues is back with a new cut and brand new material...

Clever & Funny, “The Lego Movie” Delights

Writer-directors Phil Lord & Chris Miller, the makers of Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs and 21 Jump Street, bring Lego to glorious life is this funny, clever & imaginative film for the entire family… Assembling brightly coloured building blocks of LEGO has...

Your Sister’s Sister subverts typical rom-com conventions

Writer-director Lynn Shelton follows up her breakthrough film Humpday with sensitive rom-com Your Sister's Sister starring Emily Blunt & Rosemarie DeWitt...