Brenton Thwaites, Jeff Bridges and Meryl Streep star in YA adaptation The Giver
Can Luc Besson and Scarlett Johansson’s sci-fi action team-up deliver the goods?
B-movie documentary Electric Boogaloo: The Wild, Untold Story Of Cannon Films is as wild as its title
Troma’s cult classic proves that Lloyd Kaufmanâ€™s Guardians Of The Galaxy cameo is well earned
Australian drama These Final Hours breathes new life into the end of the world
Ethan Hawke stars in Aussie sci-fi thriller Predestination, 2014′s answer to Looper
Guardians Of The Galaxy has James Gunn’s madness and the best action since Avengers
Broken Monsters is a powerful, thought-provoking thriller from the author of The Shining Girls
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Amy Pascale’s Joss Whedon biography is a passionate and comprehensive tribute
Mitch Benn’s Terra’s World is funny, warm and a great follow-up to Terra
Is newly restored Blu-ray Twin Peaks: The Entire Mystery worth the heft price tag?
Does Matt Reeves’ Dawn Of The Planet Of The Apes live up to the hype?
Is Terry Gilliam’s latest sci-fi film The Zero Theorem a neon-lit retread of past glories?
Joe Abercrombie’s Half A King is a hugely entertaining YA tale for fans and newcomers.
Charlie Human’s Kill Baxter is a hilarious, imaginative and gloriously insane treat
The first book in Robin Hobb’s new trilogy is an epic opener that will not disappoint
Hayley Campbell’s The Art Of Neil Gaiman is a beautifully detailed must-read for fans
Transformers 4 has already blown up at the US box-office, but does that excuse its flaws?
Does Dreamworks’ How To train Your Dragon 2 hit the same sweet spot as the surprise first film?
Is Ryan Gosling’s stylish urban fairy tale Lost River really as bad as you’ve heard?
Can French zombie comedy Goal Of The Dead kick life back into the sub-genre?
Jon Wallace’s debut Barricade is a gleeful and satirical trip through ruined Britain
Kieran Shea’s Koko Takes A Holiday is a fun, action-packed cyberpunk debut
Karen Gillan shines in Mike Flanagan’s very creepy horror Oculus
Guy Pearce and Robert Pattinson are superb in bleak near-future chase film The Rover
Tom Cruise and Emily Blunt deliver in the hugely entertaining Edge Of Tomorrow
C. Robert Cargill’s Queen Of The Dark Things is an excellent follow-up to Dreams And Shadows
Can Angelina Jolie’s dark and delicious Maleficent bring depth to the Sleeping Beauty villain?
Charlaine Harris’ Midnight Crossroad is a promising start to the author’s new trilogy
Sarah Pinborough’s dark chiller Murder is a grim and gripping follow-up to Mayhem