With the new year approaching, we celebrate our films of 2014. First up, it's Dan Gilroy's Nightcrawler.
As the internet has a breakdown at Vince Vaughn's inclusion in True Detective 2, we see a perfect casting choice.
To celebrate their three decades of moviemaking, a Blood Simple first-timer offers his thoughts on the Coen…
With Richard Linklater's new American masterpiece still in cinemas, we talk how Boyhood uses time like no other…
As the Transformers franchise continues to destroy the box office, we wonder what about Michael Bay still speaks to…
As North Korea threatens retaliation for The Interview, man-of-the-arts James Franco should probably know better.
With our current obsession with the 'beautiful' leading man, 70s heavyweights like Hackman, Nicholson and Pacino…
The Coens' return to comedy is a gift to the genre, but we wonder if they belong in more serious fare.
As Godzilla is accused of 'Nolanisation', one writer asks for the fun to be put back in his blockbusters.
We begin our weekly Louie recap with season four premiere, Back.
As it passes from Fincher to Boyle, Jobs misses the chance to be a Social Network companion piece.
A year after he passed, we're still feeling the loss of the concrete voice, the critic whose opinions mattered.
Oscar season may be over, but maybe this is the time to catch up on the hidden gems and great TV you missed.
Jonathan Glazer's Under the Skin sits somewhere between profound and pointless, inspiring and infuriating.
Physical transformations make the headlines, but what is it that really MAKES an actor's performance?
Sometimes, the critics are just wrong. This week, we’re bringing John McTiernan's Predator back from the dead.
With three Oscar noms and three Oscar losses, and a 2014 Best Actor prize he's unlikely to win, why does the…
With genuinely great Best Picture nominees and some deserved Oscar frontrunners, in 2014 the Academy Awards seem…
As it hits the UK number one spot, why 12 Years a Slave is "both horrid and humane, both art and history."
On 1st January, our writer thinks he saw the best film of 2014 in the 'messy' American Hustle.