A film less about war and more about internal battles, David Ayer's 'Fury' is a WW2 picture for the ages.
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Daniel Radcliffe tries a darker side with 'Horns' - a twisted little mystery that runs out of steam in the third act.
A few films have attempted to fill the "this generation's 'Taxi Driver'" gap, but Dan Gilroy's debut 'Nightcrawler' could come the closest. Jake Gyllenhaal is mesmerising.
David Fincher's take on bestselling thriller novel 'Gone Girl' is overflowing with twists without losing sight of its complex characters' inner workings.
Quite possibly this generation's 'Star Wars', Marvel's 'Guardians of the Galaxy' soars.
The definitive Studio Ghibli feature, Hayao Miyazaki's 'Spirited Away' is his most magical masterpiece.
Blistering action, upgraded levels of gameplay excellence and an Oscar winner leading the cast, 'Call of Duty: Advanced Warface' is one of the year's finest games.
A harsh epic that becomes more grim as it goes along, 'Stalingrad' is a hard but ultimately enriching experience.
The apocalypse as told by a bunch of stressed reporters, Val Guest's 'The Day the Earth Caught Fire' is a sizzling genre blend.
Epic, Oscar nominated 'The Promised Land' is a bold statement and riveting watch for Polish film lovers.
Way better than it should be, '22 Jump Street' surpasses '21 Jump Street' for buddy cop chemistry.
Those thinking that the world didn't really need yet another home entertainment release of Tobe Hooper's classic slasher could be dead wrong… The real flesh and blood of the horror genre is all here...
Writer-director John Carney's follow-up to his breakout music drama 'Once' has more of an edge and just as much heart.
A complete lack of surprises in the story is made up for with fine performances and wonderful chemistry in 'Chef'.
Dull, dreary and lacking in any vibrance, Catherine Breillat's 'Romance' may be occaisionally explicit but it still lacks punch.
Absolute garbage, but appealing to lovers of so-bad-it's-good cinema and die hard Super Mario Brothers fans. Trust the fungus!
A dark, gritty and thoroughly engaging crime series, 'The Killing' is a series worthy of your undivided attention.
A staggeringly moving film, 'The Killing Fields' is as much a war film as it is the study of friendship.
A noble epic from 'Monsters' director Gareth Edwards, 'Godzilla' is flawed but impressive entertainment.
A classic of French cinema, Marcel Carne's 'Le Jour Se Lève' is still sleek, sexy and a simmering mood piece 75 years on.
Topping the film, 'Gomorrah' is the mafia show that recalls the glory days of 'The Sopranos' only grittier.
A horror that doesn't rely on cheap scares, 'Oculus' establishes an engaging flashback narrative and chilling time to set itself apart from the hollow competition.
A documentary for Nick Cave fanatics and anybody interested in the artistic process, '20,000 Days on Earth' demands a few hours of your life.
'The Office' but with more contagious laughs, 'Parks and Recreation' is a classic sitcom in the making thanks largely to its wonderful cast.
A screwball comedy that cries out for changes, 'The Other Woman' makes you wish that they'd gone for the other script, the other actresses and the other director.
A half length but fully charged outing for Jack Bauer, '24: Live Another Day' switches the action to London and keeps its audience gripped.
An odd selection of masterpieces and curiosities, 'The Steven Spielberg Director’s Collection' is a reminder of how diverse Spielberg is.
Contains: Permanent Vacation (1980), Stranger Than Paradise (1984), Down By Law (1986), Mystery Train (1989), Night on Earth (1991) and Dead Man (1995)
Finally, a game that honours the brilliance of the original film: 'Alien: Isolation' delivers.
A quality detective game that recalls old school classics like 'Alone in the Dark', 'Sherlock Holmes: Crimes & Punishments' is worthy of your investigation.
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