Rom-com Playing for Keeps has Gerard Butler leading an ensemble cast as a fallen sports star trying to get his life in order.
A Troll Hunter-like start is fine but as soon as the first occurrence begins The Bigfoot Tapes goes downhill fast becoming foreseeable and not especially enjoyable.
Not exactly horror, The Lords of Salem appears to be an artistic statement without the punch; there is occasional fun but very little actual atmosphere.
Stolen marks Nicolas Cage’s reunion with director Simon West, after their last film Con Air. Only intermittently entertaining and bogged down by too much over-familiarity in the writing and too little impact overall.
Tony Scott’s last film Unstoppable stars Denzel Washington and Chris Pine, based on the true story of a runaway unmanned train.
6 Plots is a decent enough concept hampered by a sub-par script and some soap opera level acting.
The Hounds is a low-budget horror with a clever twist that will make you jump, but it can’t escape from amateur film-making and poor scripting.
Community is a British horror effort that tries to combine scares with a social statement but both get lost along the way.
Judd Apatow writes, produces and directs This is 40, a story focusing on the characters Pete and Debbie from Knocked Up, starring Paul Rudd and Leslie Mann.