Andrew Haigh’s low-key British drama is perfect in its simplicity says Matt Clarson.
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Marvel’s tiniest superhero is also one of the most fun, says Caleb Hinton.
Pixar’s latest animation sees them return to 5-star form says Jack Dillon.
Head of Design Jack reviews John Maclean’s debut feature ahead of its home entertainment release.
Ashleigh takes on the modernised remake of the classic 80s chiller.
Harrison reviews the positively surreal children’s farce Robo-Dog. Yes, it’s a real film.
The critically acclaimed post-apocalyptic action film finally comes to Blu-ray, shiny and chrome.
A mind-bending journey through places you aren’t sure you want to visit; Requiem for a Dream is a very real, very dark vision of what it’s like to be an addict says Ashleigh Millman
Film Editor Ben reviews Miroslav Slaboshpitsky’s game-changing silent drama ahead of its home entertainment release.
News Editor Anneka reviews Marvel’s latest superhero ensemble film ahead of its home entertainment release.
Editor Natalie reviews ageing cinematic legend John Boorman’s latest ahead of its home entertainment release.
Head of Design Jack takes a look at Carol Morely’s artful horror ahead of its home entertainment release.
Harrison takes a closer look at the extended ‘Rogue Cut’ of the latest X-Men adventure.