The Lego Batman Movie

The Lego Batman Movie

The Lego Batman Movie really should come with a warning – it will do serious damage to your wallet. There are so many quirky sets and an amazing range of characters that you will honestly consider ba...

Two Women – Trailer

Vera Glagoleva’s Two Women, starring Ralph Fiennes, adapted from Turgenev’s play “A Month in the Country”, will open on 16th September across the UK through MGR Films.

Hail, Caesar!

Opening the 2016 Glasgow film festival is the latest comedy from the Coen brothers. The film sees the lauded film makers return to a more comedic story after a good few years of straight up drama. Th...

Harry Potter And The Half-Blood Prince

If you placed the Harry Potter series on a colour chart you’d notice it get gradually darker as we near to the end. For the first time since Christopher Columbus, a director would return to the helm ...

Harry Potter And The Order Of The Phoenix

By this point in the series directors were getting changed like they were Defence Against the Dark Arts teachers. David Yates would be the latest man at the helm, and would go on to direct the rest o...
Daniel Craig James Bond Spectre

SPECTRE

* * THIS REVIEW CONTAINS SPOILERS * * “007, what is your status?” “Nothing new to report, ma’am …” SPECTRE is the 24th film in the Bond series to reach the big scr...

10 Reasons To Get Excited By SPECTRE

With the cinema release of SPECTRE only a week away it is an appropriate time to have a look at why the twenty-fourth film in the Bond franchise has become the most anticipated. To be honest there ar...

New releases for October

Here are some of the films you must watch in October… and a few of the other releases. Suffragette Carey Mulligan plays Maud Watts, a working class washerwoman forced by her inability to accept the i...