Pauly Shore is a “relative nightmare” in this country oriented odd-ball comedy.
M. Night Shyamalan marks his return to horror with this peculiar mash-up of genres, dividing opinion once again.
In what is a rare treat for seasoned horror fans, director Ti West draw influence from the satanic crazy of the 1970s in this terrifying throwback feature.
Has this Spanish horror series ran it’s course, or is there room for one more?
Cinema audiences were treated to a very Australian take on the popular zombie genre, thanks to enthusiastic crowd funding.
“Have a drink, mate? Have a fight, mate? Have some dust and sweat, mate?”
Billy Bob Thornton writes, directs and stars his first feature film, telling the heartfelt story of simple minded man who starts over after a life of psychiatric incarceration.
In this momentous fifteenth animated feature from Pixar, we learn that feelings have feelings too.
Two Californian women in their late 20s, Sasha who is a lesbian and Paige who is straight, are best friends. Both are single and enjoy a relatively care-free existence, but their co-dependent friendship is put to the test as Paige decides to embarks on a serious relationship with a guy…
“My name is Max. My world is fire and blood” After 30 years, Mad Max returns to the big screen in high octane glory.