Come for the devil's music, stay for Rutger Hauer haunting the screen from beyond.
Slick and well-dressed but slight entertainment.
Against the odds, a sequel arriving more than fifteen years later is actually a blast with killer action, big laughs, and real heart.
Before Martin Lawrence and Will Smith, there was Dana Carvey and Jon Lovitz. Michael Bay would have made it work.
The Boo Crew ranks the films of the greatest living Master of Horror.
Joanna Hogg's film considers how we should reflect on difficult memories.
One of our most gifted performers has never won an Academy Award for acting, but he's been deserving of quite a few.
Will the real Bat-Man please stand up?
The actor’s turn in Pedro Almodovar's ‘Pain and Glory’ is a career high and marks one of cinema’s most uplifting recent comeback stories.
Learn all about the history that inspired Sam Mendes’ World War I film.