Catch the opening five minutes before the film hits theatres later this month.
10 Jan 2012 Matt Holmes
See Charlize Theron do her best Ripley impression, Michael Fassbender & Noomi Rapace have freaky Photoshop poses, and then a creepy giant mythic sculptured head...
23 Nov 2011 Matt Holmes
Enjoy A Dangerous Method for its fine performances, beautiful aesthetic and slap and tickle bedroom scenes, because its central ménage à trois will leave you cold to the core.
17 Nov 2011 Oliver Pfeiffer
The best superhero film this year has hit our doorsteps with a visual and audio polish. Even with some bumpy moments from the extras and the disc itself, this is still a must own for superhero fan's everywhere and worth every penny.
31 Oct 2011 Jamie Slough
A Dangerous Method is probably the tamest film David Cronenberg will ever make, but it is nevertheless worthy as a well-acted skewering of overreaching psychology.
26 Oct 2011 Shaun Munro
Will Matthew Vaughn not getting the call from Fox to direct the X-Men: First Class sequel, will the adventures of Fassbender's Magneto and McAvoy's Professor X continue?
21 Oct 2011 Matt Holmes
Deeply unsettling and blisteringly intense, Steve McQueen’s sophomore feature mines smart psychology and a magnificent, Oscar-worthy performance from Michael Fassbender for all they’re worth.
14 Oct 2011 Shaun Munro
Shame is vibrant, exciting, deeply moving filmmaking, real cinema to get lost in and ponder for days afterwards. Michael Fassbender is a revelation.
7 Oct 2011 Mark Zhuravsky
Is the Elite Squad director waiting on Chris Pine or Michael Fassbender's schedules to clear to play the powerful cyborg cop or if not them, who?
26 Sep 2011 Matt Holmes
Director Jose Padilha reveals the X-Men: First Class actor is his first choice to play the powerful cyborg cop in his remake of the 80's action franchise that should begin filming in February.
25 Sep 2011 Matt Holmes
With George Clooney ruled out with a back injury, Soderbergh could be looking to his Haywire actor to play Napoleon Solo in his adaptation of the international espionage show of the 60′s.
20 Sep 2011 Matt Holmes
With Ryan Gosling's Drive on its way into wide release we take a moment to consider which actors we want behind the wheel of our movies.
17 Sep 2011 Phillip Aram
The film is certainly worth seeing, particularly for Wasikoska’s Jane, and for the many little details it gets just right. It’s surprising then that it falters when it comes to the dark gothic romance and melodrama for which the story is best remembered.
7 Sep 2011 Adam Whyte
On September 4th 2011 I caught a preview screening of the latest Charlotte Bronte adaptation at a Volkswagen’s See Film Differently event, where the movie was projected on location at Haddon Hall!
6 Sep 2011 Adam Lock
Steve McQueen presents in Venice his second feature Shame, a journey into one man's sexual perversions and sickness, starring Michael Fassbender & Carey Mulligan.
4 Sep 2011 Andrea Pasquettin
Most of the film is spent talking about psychoanalysis, sexuality and dreams; they touch the subject of polygamy without investigate it too much. But where is the interest?
2 Sep 2011 Andrea Pasquettin
Being an evil X-mutant can really be a drag sometimes. No really, I'm not kidding...
24 Aug 2011 Matt Holmes
Low-quality snaps taken from Ridley Scott's sci-fi movie have a very Alien feel to them.
1 Aug 2011 Matt Holmes
Replacing the previously linked Colin Firth and Scarlett Johansson as the villain and the hypnotist in the James McAvoy led thriller.
28 Jul 2011 Adam Lock