Lewis (Dougray Scott – My Week With Marilyn, Mission: Impossible 2) jumps on the last train leaving London, heading home after a long day’s work. Striking up a relationship with the flirty and beautiful Sarah (Kara Tointon – The Sweeney), he soon realises this is going to be a journey to remember, but for all […]
A good space-based movie is a surprisingly difficult thing to find. Aside from classics and reboots involving the word 'Star', the best of the rest in the last few years has been 2005's Serenity, which mixed an excellent script with genuine action and a healthy dose of self-mockery. Other notable efforts include Sunshine (2007) and Moon (2009), but beyond that there's not a lot to chew on.
Three scientists, one technician and a dog are sitting in an Alpine weather monitoring station, waiting for the arrival of the Minister for Climate Change (Kren). Her visit to the now snow-bereft station is supposed to highlight climate change – but it’s about to turn into the ultimate PR disaster.
Hideo Nakata's return to the J-Horror genre he turned into a worldwide phenomenon with Ring is his first true horror film in almost a decade. It’s a quieter, more subdued affair than his previous hits but it stays intriguing – despite the signature J-Horror narrative repetitions posing as complexities.
Arguably the most cinematic of sports, auditoriums have vibrated with the roar of Formula 1 in recent years; the likes of Rush and Senna garnering laurels from both critics and audiences. It’s a heady mix of speed, sex and danger that tends to produce pulsating narrative and no time was sexier or more dangerous than the 1976 World Championship season
Don’t believe everything you see! A team of Vatican investigators are sent to the British West Country to look into reports of paranormal activity during a Christening at a newly re-opened remote church. Father Crellick has webcam proof of artifacts moving on the altar and other weird happenings. But two of the three-man team aren’t […]
The survivors of a near-future ice age are huddled underground in small colonies. The leader of Colony 6, Briggs (Fishburne), runs the place along communal lines, which has caused tension with his old military mate Mason (Paxton). Colony 6 even has a food laboratory and a seed bank – both overseen by Kai (Sullivan).
On DVD & Blu-ray 13th January 2014. Action superstar Vin Diesel returns as Riddick in one of Hollywood's most anticipated sequels. From killer to most wanted, Riddick's story continues in this high octane action packed adventure that will blast viewers into space in an exceptional addition to one of the hottest sci-fi franchises around. Having […]
Dir. Chi Keung Fung, China, 2012, 99 mins, in Mandarin with English subtitles Cast:Chapman To, Fiona Sit, Zhiyi Wang, Alex Man Review by Martin Goolsarran Cast your mind back to when the fun and frolics of Kung Fu Hustle and Shaolin Soccer were hot on everybody’s lips; when rogue gangs of hapless villains and scissor- […]
This colourful, family friendly film splashes on to DVD, Digital and On Demand just in time for half term! Reef 2, an underwater adventure sure to entertain the whole shoal, is released on DVD, Digital and On Demand on 17th February from Paramount Home Media Distribution. This sequel to the hit 2006 film heralds the […]