The Hatton Garden Job
Shane Black is back with a bang (bang)!
Updated and underwhelming.
Julien reviews Arrow Video’s release of a pivotal entry in the canon of the poliziottesco sub-genre
Karen reviews a new thriller starring Viggo Mortensen.
More dirge or has it got better?
Three Poirot films in one Blu-Ray boxset.
A rare modern release from Masters of Cinema. John is in the chair
A decapitated head in a hat box... and Eddy's been framed for its owner's murder.
McAvoy versus Strong in stylish British cop thriller.
Wondering where Robert Sheehan went after Misfits? Want to get into lesser-known Irish TV? Look no further!
Carrying on the bad taste tradition of Amodovar and Lunas, Neon Flesh is a dramedy with hookers, porn and gangsters....
Not the new film from Martin (In Bruges) McDonagh, but a more subtle Irish crime caper from his brother John Michael.
Alejandro González Iñárritu tackles life, misery and spiritual redemption with unexpected maturity and subtlety.
Creek is back for a feature length Easter Special.
Vincent Cassel, Mathieu Amalric and Ludivine Sagnier star in the second part of Jean-François Richet's sensational biopic of France's notorious major crime figure of the 70s.
An amnesiac man tried to rebuild his life in Aki Kaurismäki's wonderfully absurd but touching 2002 comedy drama. Noel Megahey reviews the ICA Projects DVD release.
Vincent Cassel stars in the first of a two-part action-triller biopic of France's most notorious criminal, Public Enemy No.1 in France and Canada in the 1970s.