By Sam Moore
Alan Rickman’s iconic Die Hard baddie is a faux-revolutionary motivated purely by financial gain.
From Signs to Split, The Sixth Sense to The Happening, we survey this divisive director’s surprisingly varied career.
M Night Shyamalan gets the gang back together for the bizarre finale to his “Eastrail 177 Trilogy”.
By Adam Scovell
Themes of memory and death lie at the heart of Terry Gilliam’s dystopian time travel saga.
By Harry Harris
Though similar, there are marked differences between these twin films – and the fates of their respective directors.
By Elena Lazic
Eli Roth and Bruce Willis combine forces for a frustratingly bland remake of Michael Winner’s vigilante classic.
The film’s glamorisation of vigilante justice resonated with an increasingly paranoid audience in 1974.
Twenty years on, Luc Besson’s neon-hued space opera has lost none of its off-kilter charm.
By Alex Hess
M Night Shyamalan’s understated 2000 drama is anathema to the box-office behemoths of today.
Meet Looper, by a country mile the most resourceful, vivacious and savage science fiction movie of 2012.