The “spiritual successor” to Cloverfield is here and while it doesn’t have giant kiaju or found footage chaos, it is an excellently acted, incredibly tense thriller that pulls it’s inspiration from The Twilight Zone or The Outer Limits.
Leonardo DiCaprio plays Hugh Glass, a guide and hunter in the 1820’s who is attacked by a bear and left for dead by a treacherous comrade (Tom Hardy) and struggles to fight his way across the brutal landscape to reach civilization and get revenge.
Bond is back and faces the ghosts of his past as he tries to unravel the secrets of evil organization Spectre in the 24th entry in the Bond franchise, can it possibly top the excellence that was Skyfall?
When a group of undead mercenaries with frighteningly excellent martial arts abilities escape from a lab at Saisei Industries, a Black Ops team is sent in to clean up both the zombies and any witnesses in the appropriately named Zombie Ninjas vs Black Ops.
Two boys come across a seemingly abandoned cop car in a field and take it for a joyride in the thriller Cop Car, now on DVD and Blu Ray.
Funded entirely by themselves, husband and wife team Guy and Dana Patton deliver an homage to movies like Death Wish with the vigilante movie, Pearl.
Sean Penn bulked up and threw his hat into the action ring currently dominated by Liam Neeson and, while it’s a decent attempt, The Gunman is just an average action movie.
After many delays and name changes, the found footage, time travel movie Project Almanac is here. Where does it place in the ranks of time travel films?
Coming out of Australia, first time director Jennifer Kent delivers arguably the best horror movie of the year with the classically creepy “The Babadook”.
The Hunger Games are over and the real battle begins as Katniss joins the resistance in District 13 and prepares to help them strike against President Snow and the Capitol.