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Onward (2020): ‘Another wonderfully made Pixar film’
Set in a suburban fantasy world. Two elf brothers embark on a quest and discover there is still magic out there.
The Invisible Man (2020): ‘A Well-Crafted Low Budget Thriller’
A scientist commits suicide but Cecilia his ex-girlfriend begins to suspect he is not actually dead.
The Call of the Wild (2020): ‘An uplifting adventure film’
A stolen dog crosses paths with John Thornton and the two embark on an adventure into the wilds of Yukon.
Sonic the Hedgehog (2020): ‘A lazily-made kids movie’
A live-action adaption of the global Sega videogame. Sonic, the super-fast hedgehog and his new friend Tom must defend the Earth against evil genius Doctor Robotnik.
Harley Quinn: Birds of Prey (2020): ‘Another Solid Addition To The DCEU’
Harley Quinn teams up with Huntress, Black Canary and Detective Renee Montoya against crime boss Black Mask.
The Grudge (2020): ‘A Boring And Lazy Horror Film’
A young detective investigates a murder and discovers a house is cursed by a vengeful ghost.
1917 (2019): ‘A Relentless And Pulse-Racing War Film’
In a race against time, two young British soldiers must deliver a message that will stop a deadly attack on hundreds of soldiers.
The Gentlemen (2020): ‘A Fun London-Based Gangster Movie’
Wealthy criminal Mickey Pearson wants to retire. But his attempt to cash in on his marijuana empire sparks numerous attempts to steal his business.
Jojo Rabbit (2019): ‘Both An Hilarious And Deeply Moving Film’
A ten year old boy in the Hitler Youth finds a young Jewish girl hiding in his house. With the help of his idiotic imaginary friend, he must confront his blind nationalism.
Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker (2019) – ‘A Mediocre End To The Skywalker Saga’
While the Rebellion battles the First Order, Rey continues her journey, accompanied by her friends.
Jumanji: The Next Level (2019) – ‘A Fun-Filled Adventure Film’
The gang is back but the game has changed. Spencer’s secret tinkering with Jumanji unveils new unknown and unexplored regions of the deadly video game.
Knives Out (2019): ‘An Inventive And Original Murder Mystery’
A wealthy crime novelist if found dead. Detective Benoit Blanc is suspects foul play.
The Irishman (2019): ‘A Good Old-Fashioned Crime Movie’
Frank Sheeran, a mob hitman, recalls his possible involvement in the death of union leader Jimmy Hoffa.
Frozen 2 (2019): ‘A Solid Disney Musical’
Elsa, Anna and their friends travel beyond Arendelle and into enchanted forests and dark seas.
Little Monsters (2019): ‘A Gory And Fun-Filled Movie’
A failed musician chaperoning his nephew on a field trip takes a liking to the teacher, Miss Caroline. But an outbreak of zombie’s and a children’s TV entertainer, complicates everything.
Last Christmas (2019): ‘Over-Familiar But Suitably Christmassy’
Kate has made a load of bad decisions in her life. While working as an elf in a year-round Christmas shop she meets Tom, and her life begins to change for the better.
Doctor Sleep (2019): ‘An Engaging King Adaption’
Tormented by the terrifying events that took place at the Overlook Hotel when he was a child. A now-adult Dan Torrance meets a young girl with similar powers.
Terminator: Dark Fate (2019): ‘An Unoriginal But Fun Terminator Movie’
Two decades after Judgment Day a young woman is being pursued by a newly modified liquid Terminator.
Terminator 2: Judgment Day review – an intense and action-packed sci-fi classic
The humans send back a re-programmed T-800 cyborg too protect Sarah Connor’s teenage son from a more advanced and powerful T-1000 Terminator.
The Terminator review – an intense and superbly-made sci-fi
A waitress in 1984 suddenly finds she is being hunted by a cyborg assassin from 2029.
El Camino: A Breaking Bad Movie review – a film just for the fans
Fugitive Jesse Pinkman makes a dramatic escape from captivity and goes on the run.
Joker review – a fresh new take on DC’s iconic villain
In 1980’s Gotham City, a mentally-troubled comedian becomes unhinged by an uncaring society leading to his downward spiral into crime and murder.
In the Tall Grass review – a solid little horror film
Based on the novella by Stephen King and Joe Hill. A brother and sister trying to escape a sinister plot of land in Kansas.
Ready or Not review – a fun and entertaining gore-fest
Grace marries the man of her dreams but soon finds out his family are rich eccentrics who will hunt her down as part of a terrifying game of survival.
Ad Astra review – a disappointing sci-fi
Roy McBride travels to the out edges of the Solar System to find his missing father and unravel a mystery that threatens the existence of the human race.
It Chapter Two review – a satisfying conclusion
A devastating phone call reunites The Losers Club as evil once again resurfaces in the town of Derry.
Once Upon a Time in Hollywood review – an original look into old-school Hollywood
It’s in LA in 1969 and TV star Rick Dalton and his stunt double find themselves making their way around a Hollywood that has changed dramatically.
Dora and the Lost City of Gold review – a fun adventure film for kids
An intrepid teenage explorer tries to save her parents and solve the mystery behind a lost Inca civilization.
Fast & Furious: Hobbs & Shaw review – some mindless fun
Lawman Hobbs and outcast Shaw take on a cyber-genetically enhanced terrorist who has gained control of a lethal bio-weapon.
The Lion King review – a pointless and soulless remake
Simba, a young lion prince is exiled from his kingdom but plans to grow up and take back what is rightfully his.
The Matrix review – a ground-breaking action movie
A computer hacker is awakened to the reality of his world by the mysterious Morpheus and his group of rebels.
Spider-Man: Far From Home review – another excellent and heartfelt movie
After the events of Avengers: Endgame, Spider-Man finds himself helping out Nick Fury tackle new threats to a changed world.
The Lord of The Rings: The Fellowship of The Ring review – the ultimate fantasy film
From the idyllic Shire to the smoking chasms of Mordor, Frodo Baggins embarks on an epic quest to destroy the One Ring.
Brightburn review – a different kind of horror film
A couple adopt a child from another world who develops strange powers.
Toy Story 4 review – another outstanding film
Woody, Buzz Lightyear and their friends embark on a road trip which leads to a surprise reunion with long-lost friend Bo Peep.
X-Men: Dark Phoenix review – an adequate X-Men movie
Jean Grey is hit by a dark cosmic force that transforms her into one of the most powerful mutants alive.
Aladdin review – a respectable remake
The exciting tale of a street urchin, a magic lamp, a courageous princess, a power-hungry Grand Visier and a wish-granting Genie.
Rocketman review – a bold and imaginative bio-pic
An epic musical fantasy about the incredible human story of Elton John’s breakthrough years.
John Wick: Chapter 3 – Parabellum review – a relentlessly entertaining action movie
The High Table makes John Wick a global target forcing him to take on the world’s most ruthless assassins.
Pokémon Detective Pikachu review – a solid attempt at a live-action movie
Tim and Detective Pikachu uncover a shocking plot that could threaten the whole Pokémon Universe.
Extremely Wicked, Shockingly Evil and Vile review – a competently crafted thriller
Single mother Elizabeth Kendall finds out her long-term boyfriend Ted Bundy is a vicious serial killer.
Avengers: Endgame review – the perfect conclusion to an epic saga
The remaining Avengers must band together once more as they come up with a plan to bring back everyone that was lost in the Infinity War.
Hellboy review – a pointless and inferior reboot
A good demon battles an ancient sorceress bent on revenge.
Shazam! review – a funny and heartfelt superhero movie
Young kid Billy Batson as adult superhero ‘Shazam’ battles the deadly forces of evil controlled by Dr. Thaddeus Sivana.
The Princess Bride review – a fantastic fantasy adventure
A farmboy-turned-pirate encounters numerous challenges in his quest to be reunited with his true love.
Dumbo review – a passable Disney remake
Circus owner Max Medici enlists Holt Farrier to care for a baby elephant with oversized ears.
Us review – a fantastic psychological horror
A family on vacation are ruthlessly hunted by their doppelgängers.
Triple Frontier review – a watchable action thriller
Five Special Forces operatives reunite to rob a powerful drug lord of his hidden stash of money.
Captain Marvel review – a great new addition to the MCU
Carol Danvers teams up with Nick Fury as Earth is caught in a galactic war between two races.
The Kid Who Would Be King review – a fresh new take on the Arthurian legend
Schoolboy Alex stumbles upon the legendary sword Excalibur and must unite his friends to save the world from Morgana’s supernatural army.
Happy Death Day 2U review – familiar but fun
Tree Gelbman finds herself dying over and over again in a time loop were a masked killer is targeting her friends.
Alita: Battle Angel review – entertaining and visually exciting
A revived female cyborg cannot remember her past life and goes on a dangerous quest to find out who she is.
Vice review – an interesting character study
The story of Dick Cheney who as an unassuming bureaucrat quietly wielded immense power as Vice President to George W. Bush.
Glass review – interesting and subversive
Security guard David Dunn uses his supernatural abilities to pursues Kevin Wendell Crumb whose multiple personalities include the superhuman figure known as The Beast.
Stan & Ollie review – a charming biopic
The world famous comedy duo Laurel and Hardy embark on a gruelling theatre tour of post-war Britain.
Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse review – a movie the whole family can enjoy
School boy Miles Morales becomes Spider-Man and teams up with his counter-parts from other realities to save the multiverse.
Aquaman review – a fun and adventurous superhero movie
Arthur Curry must reclaim the throne and stop his half-brother from invading the surface world.
Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald review – overly dense but still enjoyable
The powerful wizard Gellert Grindelwald escapes custody and sets about gathering followers to pursue his dark agenda.
Overlord review – a unique blend of horror and war
American soldiers dropped behind enemy lines discover a sinister German experiment.
Slaughterhouse Rulez review – a serviceable horror-comedy
Pupils and teachers must work together to survive unspeakable horrors emerging from a sinkhole.
Bohemian Rhapsody review – clearly for the fans and Malek is outstanding
Freddie Mercury forms the band Queen and performs the most iconic songs in music history.
First Man review – a superbly made biopic
The story of Neil Armstrong in the lead up to his legendary space mission to the Moon.
Apostle review – a superbly crafted horror film
A man travels to a remote island to rescue his missing sister from a sinister cult.
Venom review – a fun take on the popular anti-hero
Eddie Brock investigates the Life Foundation and discovers their experiments on an alien substance.
The House with a Clock in Its Walls review – a magically good time
Lewis, a young boy, goes to live with his strange Uncle Jonathan.
Filming an Indie Sci-Fi Web Series: Horizon – Season 2
Season 2 concludes the story of four friends caught up in an alien invasion of Bristol City in the UK.
The Predator review – a messy yet enjoyable movie
A young boy triggers the return of an alien hunter and only a ragtag group of ex-soldiers can stop it.
Yardie review – stylish but messy
A young Jamaican arrives in London seeking revenge for the death of his older brother.
Upgrade review – a violently gritty sci-fi
An enhanced superhuman seeks revenge against the muggers that left him paralyzed.
The Festival review – fun and hilarious
Nick gets dumped by his girlfriend. Depressed his friends take him to a three day festival.
The Meg review – flawed but fun
A giant prehistoric shark attacks a deep-sea research centre trapping everyone inside.
Ant-Man and the Wasp review – a satisfying superhero movie
Ant-Man teams up with the Wasp to battle a powerful new enemy.
Mission: Impossible – Fallout review – a fantastic action film
Ethan must work with the CIA in a race against time and attempt to recover stolen weapons of mass destruction.
Incredibles 2 review – an incredibly great Pixar film
The superhero family return to take on another dangerous villain whilst trying to navigate a normal life.
The Witch review – a terrifying and layered film
A puritan family in 17th Century New England are banished from their village and move to a secluded forest haunted by a witch.
Ocean’s Eight review – a soulless imitation
Debbie Ocean gathers a team of specialist criminals to pull off a seemingly impossible heist.
Hereditary review – a perfectly crafted horror film
A family unravel increasingly terrifying secrets about their ancestry and their sinister fate.
Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom review – an entertaining dinosaur movie
Owen and Claire return to the island and uncover a conspiracy that would result in dinosaurs ruling the earth again.
WuKong review – a flawed yet enjoyable fantasy adventure
The mythical monkey warrior Sun Wukong seeks revenge on the Immortal Mountain for the destruction of his paradise.
Mad Max: Fury Road review – an action masterpiece
Furiosa rebels against the tyrannical Immortan Joe and is helped by drifter Max.
Solo: A Star Wars Story review – disappointing
Han Solo finds himself in the middle of a heist and meets Chewbacca and Lando Calrissian.
Cargo review – a solid addition to the zombie movie
A father infected with a violent virus that has swept Australia attempts to find someone to take care of his child.
Deadpool 2 review – a great subversive superhero movie
Deadpool forms a team of mutant rogues to protect a young boy with supernatural abilities from Cable.
Horizon – an adventurous indie sci-fi web series
The lives of four friends are changed forever when an alien spacecraft looms above the city of Bristol.
Avengers: Infinity War review – epic and action-packed
When galactic warlord Josh Brolin attempts to obtain powerful stones to execute an insane plan, the Avengers and their allies join forces to stop him.
Rampage review – mindless forgettable fun
A primatologist and geneticist must stop animals infected by a rogue experiment from destroying Chicago.
A Quiet Place review – a fantastically entertaining monster movie
In a world of monsters who hunt by sound a family hides in complete silence.
Simon Pearce – director, editor, producer, screenwriter & actor
Simon is a director, editor and producer known for I Am the Doorway, Watch Over Me, Judas Ghost and British sci-fi web series Horizon.
Paul Tonkin – actor, musical director, musician, playwright & theatre director
Paul is a British actor known for King Lear, Gatsby, Sleeping Beauty, Intruder, ASH, Gingerbread Man, Broken and British indie sci-fi web series Horizon.
Paul Dudbridge – author, cinematographer, director, editor, producer & screenwriter
Paul is a British filmmaker known for sci-fi web series Horizon, Under the Jericho Sun and the author of Shooting Better Movies: The Student Filmmakers’ Guide and Making Your First Blockbuster: Write it. Film it. Blow it up!
Mhairi Calvey – actor & screenwriter
Mhairi is a British actor known for Five Pillars, 3 Lives, Modern Love, Eden Grey, Dark Ascension, Abduct and British indie sci-fi web series Horizon.
Kate Davies-Speak – actor & casting director
Kate is a British actor known for Escape From Cannibal Farm, The Barge People, Eden Lake, The Hills Have Eyes and British sci-fi web series Horizon.
Dan Winter – actor
Dan is a British actor known for Comedy of Errors, Henry V, Uncle Vanya, Julius Caesar, Anthony & Cleopatra and British sci-fi web series Horizon.
Alicia Ancel – actor
Alicia is a British actor known for Dark Vision, MERCS Movie and British indie sci-fi web series Horizon.
Jaws review – the ultimate shark movie
A great white shark terrorises a beach resort just before the busy tourist season. Three men find they are going to need a bigger boat.
Ready Player One review – a thrilling sci-fi adventure
When the owner of a virtual world called OASIS dies he leaves his immense fortune to the player who can find a hidden digital Easter Egg.
Pacific Rim: Uprising review – dumb fun
With a new evolution of Jaegers, mankind might just have a chance to stop the new Kaiju threat.
A Wrinkle in Time review – a lazily made children’s fantasy
Meg, Charles and Calvin are transported by three supernatural beings through the universe in search of Meg’s dad.
Peter Rabbit review – a surprisingly good movie
A plucky rabbit called Peter Rabbit causes trouble in the home and garden of Mr. McGregor.
Tomb Raider review – disposable yet fun
Lara Croft is pushed beyond her limits as she searches for her missing archaeologist father.
Annihilation review – a thought-provoking sci-fi
A biologists signs up for a secret mission into a mysterious environmental disaster zone.
Red Sparrow review – a forgettable spy thriller
An elite Russian spy is sent to seduce a CIA agent and discover the identity of a Russian mole.
Hellboy review – an original and brilliantly made comic book movie
A demon born in Hell decides he wants to do good and protect mankind from evil.
The Shape of Water review – a beautiful modern-day fairy tale
Elisa works at a secret government laboratory when one day a strange aquatic creature is brought in to be studied.
Black Panther review – another outstanding Marvel movie
When an old enemy makes his presence felt, T’Challa must once again become the Black Panther.
The Cloverfield Paradox review – an enjoyable but forgettable sci-fi
Scientists test a device to solve an energy crisis and end up face-to-face with a dark alternate reality.
Altered Carbon review – a densely plotted sci-fi
Criminal Takeshi Kovacks is awoken after 250 years by a wealthy businessman who wants him to solve his own murder.
Journey’s End review – a brutal and gut-punching war film
A company of British infantry take their turn in the trenches as they prepare for a German offensive.
Early Man review – a solid British comedy
Dug must unite his tribe to take on the evil Lord Nooth who has claimed their land in order to build a mine.
Coco review – Pixar at the top of their game
During the festival The Day of the Dead a young boy runs away to pursue his passion for music and ends up in the Land of the Dead.
Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri review – a moving yet funny drama
A darkly comic crime drama in which a woman pressures the police into continuing the investigation into her daughter’s murder.
Darkest Hour review – a really good movie and Oldman is fantastic
Winston Churchill tries to rally the nation as Germany rolls through Europe and his colleagues want to advocate for peace talks with Hitler.
Back to the Future review – pure unadulterated entertainment
High schooler Marty McFly and scientist Doc Brown travel back in time and ended up stranded in 1955.
Bright review – a unique urban fantasy
A human cop and an Orc cop must work together to find a powerful wand before anyone else gets their hands on it.
Star Wars: The Last Jedi review – Star Wars at its best
The Resistance prepares to battle the First Order while Ren develops her abilities with the guidance of Luke Skywalker.
Ferdinand review – fun for the little ones
Ferdinand the friendly bull, assembles a team of misfits to escape his new human owner and return home.
The Disaster Artist review – a true stranger-than-fiction tale
Tommy Wiseau and Greg Sestero form a unique friendship and travel to Hollywood to make Wiseau’s self-funded project The Room.
Kick-Ass review – thoroughly entertaining from start to finish
Dave Lizewski suits up and with absolutely no powers or training decides to takes to fight crime as vigilante hero Kick-Ass.
Battle of the Sexes review – a great sports biopic
The true story of the 1973 tennis match between Billie Jean King and Bobby Riggs.
Godless review – a gripping and character-driven Western
Frank Griffin hunts for Roy Goode and the chase leads him to the town of La Belle, a community populated almost exclusively by women.
Justice League review – a perfectly fine superhero movie
Bruce Wayne with his ally Diana Prince form a group of superheroes to taken on a great enemy.
Murder on the Orient Express review – a surprisingly good old-fashioned murder mystery
When a passenger is found stabbed to death on the Orient Express everyone becomes a suspect.
Groundhog Day review – a thoughtful and layered comedy
Phil Connors inexplicably lives the same day over and over again. Again. He also learns the piano.
Stranger Things: Season 2 review – astoundingly good
A year has passed and Mike is plagued by visions of the Upside Down and danger from a strange new creature.
Thor: Ragnarok review – hilariously entertaining
Thor must escape imprisonment on Sakaar, race back to Asgard and prevent Hela bringing about Ragnarök.
The Snowman review – an over-familiar crime thriller
A brilliant detective investigates the disappearance of a woman whose scarf was found wrapped around an ominous-looking snowman.
The Ritual review – spooky and unsettling
A group of friends reunite and take a walking trip through a forest only to find a dark presence is stalking them.
The Babysitter review – a disposable but fun horror-comedy
A young boy discovers his babysitter and her friends are cold-blooded killers and has to find a way to survive the night.
The Mountain Between Us review – a perfectly watchable and enjoyable film
Two strangers are stranded on a remote snow covered mountain after their plane crashes and must embark on a perilous journey across the wilderness.
Blade Runner 2049 review – a visual feast for the senses
A young blade runner discovers a long-buried secret that leads him to seek answers from former blade runner Rick Deckard.
The Descent review – a claustrophobic inducing horror film
On a caving expedition a group of friends become trapped and pursued by strange cave-dwelling creatures.
Goodbye Christopher Robin review – a moving and heartfelt biopic
How the relationship between A. A. Milne and his son became the inspiration for Winnie the Pooh.
Flatliners review – a pointless and lifeless remake
Five medical students carry out a dangerous experiment that triggers a near-death experience in attempt to learn about the afterlife.
Stranger Things review – a TV masterpiece set in the Eighties
Three school friends band together to find their friend Will who has gone missing in mysterious circumstances.
The OA review – a weird and wonderful series
A young woman missing for seven years suddenly reappears in town but is reluctant to tell anyone where she’s been and what actually happened.
Star Trek: Discovery review – a bold new Star Trek series
Michael Burnham joins the crew of the USS Discovery as it sets out to discover new worlds and civilisations.
Kingsman: The Golden Circle review – a fun and entertaining sequel
With their headquarters destroyed and the world in peril the Kingsman ally themselves with a spy organisation in the United States to defeat a common enemy.
The Garage Sale review – a messy but bold new movie experience
An interactive movie where three different stories happen simultaneously at the same location and centred around a joint garage sale.
Mother! review – a unique and psychologically disturbing film
A woman let’s in some uninvited guests who make themselves at home and reveal a mysterious connection to the husband.
Wind River review – a hauntingly beautiful mystery film
A great movie.
It review – a terrifying King adaptation
In Derry during the Eighties a group of kids band together to destroy a monster that disguises itself as a clown to prey on the towns children.
Kill Bill: Vol 1 review – a rip-roaring rampage of revenge
A former assassin seeks revenge after being attacked and left for dead at her own wedding.
Death Note review – a conventional but enjoyable adaption
Death Note (2017) is a conventional but enjoyable adaption
What Happened to Monday review – a well thought out sci-fi film
In an over populated world, a set of identical septuplets must avoid being caught by the government while investigating the disappearance of one of their own.
The Dark Tower review – a messy and bland adaption
Roland Deschain battles tries to stop Walter O’Dim from toppling The Dark Tower which holds the universe together.
Annabelle: Creation review – a nerve-shredding horror
A dollmaker and his wife welcome a nun and several orphans into their home where they soon become the target of possessed doll.
Atomic Blonde review – a white-knuckle experience from beginning to end
An MI6 agent is sent to Berlin during the Cold War to retrieve a priceless document and investigate the murder of a fellow agent.