As the title of the new Bond movie is announced as ‘Spectre”, we take a look at the six actors who lived every man’s dream…
King Kong? Check. Blade Runner? Check. In The Loop?! Check. It’s not advertising, it’s art yeah?
While it may be hard to shake off the sweary Malcom Tucker baggage, if anyone can pull off the role of the Time Lord, Capaldi can.
The sixth season of Futurama is out now on DVD and Blu-Ray, and it looks to be the penultimate season of the sci-fi tinged cousin to The Simpsons.
From Superglue Accident to Leg Stuck in a Car, this collection of literal film posters are bang on…
Sabotage Times pays tribute to a man whose behind-the-scenes input changed film forever.
Despite everyone’s reservations and a ton of product placement, Skyfall is James Bond at his finest…
Jaws is the ultimate blockbuster, and still remains fresh after nearly 40 years. With the release of Jaws blu-ray, we can enjoy it as is it was released yesterday…
In an increasingly saturated environment for Hollywood sci-fi films, Looper feels fresh and exciting while still managing to pay tribute to the classics of the past…
This ‘teenocalypse’ film may be derivative but it’s still an often engaging (and bloody) piece of work
I went to the centre of the Doctor Who universe (namely Cardiff) to experience Daleks, Weeping Angels, Cybermen and – perhaps most terrifying of all – the gift shop.
Seth Macfarlane makes his long awaited feature film debut. It’s rude, crude, and bloody hilarious, exactly what you’d expect from the creator of Family Guy and American Dad.
Cops who have to go back to school? Based on an 80s TV show? Laurence Boyce is prepared for 21 Jump Street to be terrible. But then he gets a surprise…
David Cronenberg may be most famous for his body horror films, but he’s also interested in the mysteries of the mind. Laurence Boyce reviews his latest film which charts the beginnings of psychoanalysis.
Upon it’s release at the cinema, The Artist scooped numerous awards and quite rightly too – now you can see the magic of silent cinema on DVD at home.
Despite the typical action packed trailer and poster, Haywire is much more than your average action film – a subtle blend of Hollywood and arthouse cinema, Haywire is well worth your time.
To celebrate the birthday of the American graphic designer and Hitchcock collaborator, check out this book.
They were disgusting. They were frightening. They came with a stick of gum. They were bloody brilliant. I delve back into my childhood as the Garbage Pail Kids book is unleashed on the world…
CBS have announced that Lucy Liu will play Watson in their new Sherlock Holmes series Elementary – alongside Johnny Lee Miller’s Holmes. Here’s the story of the changing face of Sherlock since 1887.
A unique blend of morose sci-fi melodrama; Laurence Boyce reviews Lars Von Trier’s beautiful Melancholia as it comes out on BluRay and DVD.
As Season 9 of Family Guy hits DVD, we look at some of the best – and near the knuckle– lines delivered during each season.
After another Transformers travesty this summer, Shawn Levy and Hugh Jackman are now in the firing line with their own mechanical malarkey.
Starring BAFTA Award winner Tom Hardy, two-time Oscar nominee Nick Nolte and Joel Edgerton, this action/drama is set in the brutal, high-stakes world of Mixed Martial Arts (MMA) and was released nationwide on 21st September.
TV star Jonathan Ross has tried his hand at writing a comic book, but is it worth a read?
The latest film offering from the former Zowie Bowie is a complex sci-fi film that’s smart, thrilling and sees Jake Gyllenhaal looking like a dog who’s just been shown a card trick. Inception has a lot to answer for…
Matt Damon’s latest misadventure sees him battling both a shadowy group of villains and a ropey plot in equal measure.
From big Bond themes to shampoo commercials, Barry’s golden touch and unforgettable scores made him one of Hollywood’s most legendary composers.
Not just one of Britain’s best actors, but one of the greatest full stop. As the world mourns the loss of Pete Postlethwaite, this interview from 2002 finds him regretting turning down Martin Scorsese and delving into the psyche of The Usual Suspects.
If you’re down with the kids then it’s all torrents this and rapid share that, but if you’re still in love with the physical product then these limited edition beauties will have the credit card jumping from your wallet.