Film Feature

  • Apr 25 2017

    The Risk of Superhero Burnout

    ScreenCritics Andrew explores the potential for Superhero burnout – are audiences heading for cinematic fatigue over their super powered heroes?

  • Apr 18 2017

    Star Wars: The Future Of A Long Time Ago?

    ScreenCritics Eric offers up an interesting theory on how he views the ever expanding Star Wars universe. Do you agree with him?

  • Apr 14 2017

    Top 10 Harry Potter Characters

    ScreenCritics Emily takes a look back at her favourite characters from the Harry Potter movies. Who was your favourite character?

  • Apr 11 2017

    Jeff the Killer Games – Missing The Mark

    ScreenCritics Madision explores the ‘Jeff the Killer’ series of games.

  • Apr 07 2017

    Ranking The ‘Fast & Furious’ Movies

    ScreenCritics Shaun takes a look at the ‘Fast & Furious’ movie franchise – ranking its outings from best to worst. Do you agree?

  • Mar 21 2017

    Why I’m Done With Disney’s Live-Action Remakes

    ScreenCritics Claudiu Peaurt-Stefan talks about why they’re done with Disney’s live-action remakes – and the damage they’re causing.

  • Mar 17 2017

    I’m Quietly Excited For ‘Alien Covenant’

    ScreenCritics Eric takes a look at Ridley Scott’s upcoming ‘Alien Covenant’ – discussing why it may get the series back to its glorious roots.

  • Feb 27 2017

    Oscars 2017 – A Step in the Right Direction?

    As I sit here at 6am in the UK, a film fan who revels in the yearly tradition of the Academy Awards and witnessing the blunder surrounding Best Picture that will no doubt be on everyone’s lips right now. However after all the pomp and ceremony that we so revel in, it’s somewhat important to […]

  • Feb 09 2017

    ‘Finding Dory’ Review (2016)

    ScreenCritics reviewers takes a look at Pixar’s ‘Finding Dory’. Does the sequel justify its existence, or is it just a shameless cash-grab?

  • Feb 06 2017

    The Golden Age of Animated Cinema

    Join Adam Williams as he takes a look at the current crop of animated movies, and discusses their journey and rise to prominence.

  • Jan 30 2017

    Martin Scorsese: In Five Films

    Join ScreenCritics Mike as he takes a look at Martin Scorsese – a legend of the silver screen – and five of his most impressive outings.

  • Jan 26 2017

    ‘Blair Witch’ Review (2016)

    A pale imitation, a ‘Miliband Witch Project’ if you will.

  • Jan 25 2017

    ‘San Andreas’ Movie Review (2015)

    Is it sink or swim for Dwayne Johnson?

  • Jan 11 2017

    Adam’s Top Ten Best Films of 2016

    I’ve been through the whole rigmarole of how everyone hates 2016, so I won’t bother again. What I will say is that if you were disappointed with the celebrity deaths and the politics of this year, cinema was a great place to escape as there were tonnes of great films to see. Want proof? Go […]

  • Jan 05 2017

    10 Female Disney Characters Worthy Of Recognition

    ScreenCritics Emily takes a look at her top 10 favorite Disney characters – does your favorite character make her list?

  • Jan 04 2017

    ScreenCritics Top 10 Worst Films of 2016

    2016 was a weird year. It was certainly one you couldn’t predict. Donald Trump became the President Elect, we left the European Union, I ate some spinach and didn’t spit it right back out of my mouth. It was certainly something we’ll remember. The former two things, I doubt you care about me and my relationship […]

  • Jan 04 2017

    ScreenCritics Top 10 Films of 2016

    By the time Debbie Reynolds and Carrie Fisher had passed away within 24 hours of each other most of us were already wringing our hands of 2016. A terrible year and that’s before we even get to the future political implications of key events that seemingly darkened the skies above us. Nevertheless, a look back does at […]

  • Dec 23 2016

    Top Ten Christmas Films

    ScreenCritics Adam and Mike check out the top 10 festive films that get them in the mood for all things Christmas every year.

  • Dec 02 2016

    Why I’m Worried About ‘Blade Runner 2049’

    Blade Runner is my favourite film of all time. It’s the closest thing to perfect I’ve ever seen, with every viewing feeling special. I even own a five-disc boxset featuring international cuts, extended cuts and a workprint because it’s just so impressive. In just one movie, Ridley Scott and an incredibly talented cast and crew […]

  • Nov 27 2016

    A Five Point Plan To Save: The DC Movie Universe

    How do you save a mess like the DC Cinemati Universe? Join ScreenCritics Adam as he offers his opinion on how to save Warner’s sinking universe.

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