Time to dump a whole bunch of movies into cinemas before the year ends.
You'd be smug too if you were Sherlock Holmes.
Brace yourself. This isn't going to be easy.
When life gives you no movies, do what the Romans do or something, I don't know.
It's time to click on this link, it's time to read reviews...
We are ready to take your hate mail now.
Almost another week of bitter disappointments, if not for the late addition of crazy people preparing for a storm.
Don't bother, they're all crap.
The adventures of ageless, drunken conspirators and their talking cats.
This week's Current Releases is brought to you by the number 3!
If you see someone with loose feet, they may be The Thing in disguise.
In the future, all films will be reviewed by robots.
Take note: sleep with too many people and you will never be happy.
Brad Pitt and Taylor Lautner may be handsome , but they can't kick ass like Jason Statham.
Not a hard decision to make this week.
Warning: Risk of Contagion and/or Punching!
The real reason we never went back to the moon is because we learned we could fake it for much cheaper.
Take a shot every time I say Jeremy Piven. Good times guaranteed!
Remakes aren't always bad. They're not always good either, though.
That man isn't really made of gold, it's a visual metaphor. Just go with it.
These apes will one day evolve to the level of Jason Bateman. Think about that.
It's another week full of alien invasions. Smurfs count as aliens too, right?
Both of these films are good? The world has gone crazy!
It's that time again, for the last time ever.
A menagerie of talking animals, disgruntled employees and mature students.
Big bangs or The Big Bang? Your choice.
Cars, poor education and self-obsessed white people. This is America!
No evil movies shall escape our sight!
Films for kids, about kids... but, thankfully not by kids.
In celebration of the release of X-Men: First Class, we review every X-Men film to date.
Sequels, who needs 'em?
I hope you like boring films.
More wedding related films, interspersed with product placement. This is what cinema is all about.
Three films with a tenuous connection; they go together like priests and weddings.
Six movies to choose from, only four wrong choices. Good luck!
An adorable bear competes against an armed hobo. Will those elephants ever get their water?
It's been eleven years, must be time for another sequel.
Who can resist those horrifically enormous eyes?
More talking animals. At least we get some interesting movies as well this week.
A lovely combination of fetishised sexual frustration and middle school social frustration. How frustrating!
Friendly aliens, super-drugs and shirted McConaugheys ahoy.
Alien invasions are the flavour of the month.
These movies run the gamut all the way from great to terrible.
As well as reviewing the latest releases, we also give a rundown of our top picks from last year.
Ridiculous alien beings or equally ridiculous conspiracies? Your choice.
The legacy of William Shakespeare is well and truly shattered.
I hope you brought your survival kit.
Gay hitmen versus demonic possession; who will win?
Donovan Laird checks in from the future with some retrospective reviews.
If you hate Seth Rogen and love Vince Vaughn, then have we got a treat for you!
Happy Birthday, Nicolas Cage!