Transformers: Age Of Extinction Review

This is the fourth film helmed by Michael Bay in the Transformers franchise, part sequel and part reboot, Age of Extinction may have just breathed new life in to the Hasbro big earner.

Absentia DVD Review

Having recently seen, and really enjoyed, Oculus, I was delighted to be given the opportunity to check out Mike Flanagan's first feature length horror effort, Absentia.

Made in America DVD Review

When I had first heard that Ron Howard was to be making a documentary following the Philadelphia music festival, Made in America, organised and headlined by HOVA himself, Mr Jay Z, my initial reaction was one of surprise, followed by extreme excitement.

Godzilla Review

Director Gareth Evans manages to bring us a film that honours the spirit and feeling of the original, whilst avoiding just a carbon copy. The film's plot is as much about family as it is about Godzilla, as Bryan Cranston seeks to find the truth about a disaster which tour apart his family, and Aaron Taylor-Johnson does whatever it takes to get home to his wife and son.

Reaching for the Moon DVD Review

Bruno Barreto's latest film, Reaching for the Moon, follows the tragic and tempestuous relationship between American poet laureate, Elizabeth Bishop (Miranda Otto) and Brazilian architect, Lota de Macedo Soares (Gloria Pires).

Next Goal Wins Review

American Samoa is not known for their football prowess, in fact quite the opposite, renowned for their 31-0 loss against Australia, and their position in Fifa's world ranking.