Criminally overshadowed by the likes of TRAINSPOTTING and SMALL FACES, this is a white-knuckle cautionary tale about football hooliganism and the hazy thin blue line that separates undercover coppers from their 'targets'. Reece Dinsdale gives it 'eck as the rookie who yields to a seductive camaraderie of…
Solid adaptation of the John Le Carre novel about a couple who finds themselves lured into a Russian oligarch's plans to defect, and are soon positioned between the Russian Mafia and the British Secret Service, neither of whom they can trust.
Nail-biting but certainly shallow thriller with Blake Lively as a lone surfer being stalked by a great white shark off the Mexican coast. Technically and visually swish but mainly aimed at an audience who don't remember the copied-but-still-yet-to-be-beaten JAWS.
Another inventive, claustrophobic backwoods thriller from the director of BLUE RUIN, this time focused on a touring punk band who must fight for their lives when they become trapped at a remote venue by a gang of maniacal skinheads.
A potently ambiguous chiller in which a man attending an LA dinner party at his former home comes to believe his ex-wife and her new husband have sinister intentions for their guests.
The bearded Logan Marshall-Green has a strong, inscrutable presence, leading an excellent ensemble cast of…
A supremely cunning, self-reflexive mystery satire based on the hit West End play, with Laurence Olivier and Michael Caine as affable intellectual dandies of different classes who enter into a battle of elaborate gamesmanship after Olivier discovers Caine's affair with his wife.