David Fincher's take on bestselling thriller novel 'Gone Girl' is overflowing with twists without losing sight of its complex characters' inner workings.
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Quite possibly this generation's 'Star Wars', Marvel's 'Guardians of the Galaxy' soars.
Even more ridiculous than you'd expect, elderly action cash-in 'Expendables 3' hits a small target with a massive star-studded airstrike.
Putting the fun back in a (mostly) living funeral, Monty Python's final live shows are a gift from the comedy gods.
Way better than it should be, '22 Jump Street' surpasses '21 Jump Street' for buddy cop chemistry.
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.
Hurtling by in less than 80 minutes, Robert Wiene's 1920 psychological thriller changed the film world forever.
Fuelled by the power of dreams, Hayao Miyazaki's final Studio Ghibli picture 'The Wind Rises' soars. A remarkable success.
A sprawling epic that never compromises on sheer playability, 'Destiny' is as fantastic as you could ask for even when some basic elements are surprisingly underdeveloped.
Lyrical and almost dreamlike, Frank Borzage’s 1932 retelling of Ernest Hemingway's 'A Farewell to Arms' is a true classic.
The third Bond film, 'Goldfinger', could well be the best and this gold steelbook Blu-ray is as essential as the movie itself. Positively shocking.
A sprawling, 'Barry Lyndon' style silent epic from Ernst Lubitsch, 1919's 'Madame Dubarry' makes for grand entertainment.
Astonishing given its age, Busby Berkely's 1943 music 'The Gang's All Here' is a Technicolour spectacular.
Jim Jarmusch makes a horror film: expect jet black comedy, a starry cast of underdogs and a breathtakingly good soundtrack.
Alan Bates delivers a remarkable performance in offbeat psychological drama 'The Shout', a film of primal power.
Life behind bars is riveting in Jules Dassin's noir classic 'Brute Force', now available on a parole-worthy Blu-ray from Arrow.
Finally given the home entertainment release it deserves, Joe Dante's 'The 'Burbs' remains a funny, quirky cult riff on Hitchcock's 'Rear Window' and other paranoia classics.
Gripping, exotic and drenched in sinful characters, consider this a more meandering companion to 'The Talented Mr Ripley'.
Richard Burton's casting of a telekinetic master of disaster grounds dated but still wonderfully atmospheric thriller 'The Medusa Touch'.
Stodgy and stagey but remarkably well acted and insightfully directed, Laurence Olivier's take on 'Richard III' reigns with stately authority to this day.
Riveting, fun and vastly informative, 'Cosmos: A Spacetime Odyssey' is an incredible journey.
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