Our editor Ingrid reviews the rock biopic Bohemian Rhapsody staring the brilliant Rami Malek in Bryan Singers celebration of Queen. Find out what she thought of the film and the all-important ‘moustache’ rating in
Check out Ian’s review of Michael Myers’ return to the big screen in Halloween. Jamie Lee Curtis stars in the true sequel to the 1978 horror classic of the same name. Out in cinemas now if you’re brave enough
Johnny English strikes again in the third film in the series, Johnny English Strikes Again. That opening sentence is almost as clumsy as our beloved Mr Bean come hapless spy English, Johnny English. The scene is set in minutes.
I’ll be honest… I wasn’t expecting much from The Spy Who Dumped Me. The name alone was enough to put me off. And the trailer, well, it was about as memorable as I was expecting the film to be. But, there’s that old thing
Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom picks up three years after the theme park disaster on Isla Nublar. Now the remaining dinos are facing extinction once again as the island’s volcano erupts and is about to take the whole place
Ryan Reynolds returns as the ‘Merc with a Mouth’ in the much anticipated Deadpool 2. From the opening frame, he lets fly with his self-deprecating, fourth-wall breaking, ball busting and priceless quips while the audience can
Ten years in the making, and the nineteenth film in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, the ultimate comic book movie team-up has arrived. Have the Russo brothers created the pinnacle of superhero movies with Avengers: Infinity War?
The Breaker Upperers sees Jackie Van Beek and Madeleine Sami co-write and boldly step into the Directors’ chair for a rom-com about the cringe-induced fallout of breakups. Van Beek and her partner in crime Sami, star as two
Ready Player One sends us the future where people escape their overpopulated slum-like cities by virtual reality and in this virtual world, called the OASIS, people can be anything they like. After the creator dies, he
If they hear you, they hunt you! A Quiet Place uses silence, sign language and scary monsters better than any film we’ve seen. You’re in for a tense, entertaining and jumpy ride with this one. John Krasinski and his