Under the Skin Review

Scarlett Johansson is unsettling in this sinister, murky, discordant and worrying thriller set in a Glasgow winter

Don Jon Blu-ray Review

Joseph Gordon-Levitt writes, directs and stars in this important and interesting comedy drama about societies attitude's to sex and pornography.

Captain America – Winter Soldier Review

Finding the right balance in a superhero film, with a mingling of classic comic book caper, fully blown, ridiculously athletic battles and satirical asides that highlight the ridiculousness of it all, is somewhat rare.

Her Review

Spike Jonze's Her is one of the most touching tales of love in an age controlled by technology; whilst the premise seems futuristic, what is most interesting about the film is that it all seems strangely familiar and present.

Hitchcock Review

Picking up where the BBC's The Girl left off, Sacha Gervasi's Hitchcock promised to be an inside look at the making of the master of suspense's seminal picture, Psycho. Now whilst it features an all star cast including Anthony Hopkins at the Hitch, Helen Mirren as his long loving wife, Alma and Scarlett Johansson as Janet Leigh (the star of Psycho) it doesn't quite uphold it's promise to be the cinephile's look at the trials and tribulations behind making one of the best known and loved thrillers of all time.