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.
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 …
“My name is Max. My world is fire and blood” After 30 years, Mad Max returns to the big screen in high octane glory.
Lost, hunted and without ammunition, a squad of National Guards face a dire predicament which mirrors the Vietnam experience.