Movie review

Boyhood review

Ryan Lambie Review Jul 7, 2014

Director Richard Linklater excels himself with his latest drama, Boyhood. Here’s Ryan’s review of a one-of-a-kind piece of filmmaking...

Dawn Of The Planet Of The Apes review

Ryan Lambie Review Jul 1, 2014

Could Dawn Of The Planet Of The Apes be the best film of the summer? Without a doubt, Ryan writes...

Cold In July review

Ryan Lambie Review Jun 26, 2014

Stake Land director Jim Mickle serves up a twisty neo-noir thriller. Here's Ryan's review of the murky, entertaining Cold In July...

Benny & Jolene review

Ryan Lambie Review Jun 5, 2014

A folk duo embark on an ill-fated tour in British comedy drama, Benny & Jolene. Here's Ryan's review of a disappointing film...

The Sacrament review

Ryan Lambie Review Jun 5, 2014

A group of journalists visit a seemingly idyllic commune in Ti West's horror, The Sacrament. Here's Ryan's review of an effective film...

A Million Ways To Die In The West review

Luke Savage Review May 29, 2014

Family Guy and Ted comedy overlord Seth MacFarlane takes on the western in A Million Ways To Die In The West. Here's Luke's review...

Maleficent review

Caroline Preece Review May 28, 2014

Starring Angelina Jolie, Maleficent claims to tell the untold tale of Sleeping Beauty. Caroline finds out if it keeps Disney's old magic...

Roger Corman’s The Pit And The Pendulum Blu-Ray review

Ryan Lambie Review May 21, 2014

One of Roger Corman’s finest films from his 1960s Vincent Price/Poe cycle comes to Blu-Ray. Ryan reviews The Pit And The Pendulum...

X-Men: Days Of Future Past review

Ryan Lambie Review May 13, 2014

A bleak dystopia and the 1970s collide in the sprawling X-Men: Days Of Future Past. Here’s Ryan’s review...

Godzilla review

Ryan Lambie Review May 11, 2014

Monsters director Gareth Edwards heads up a new Hollywood incarnation of Godzilla. Ryan takes a spoiler-free look...

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