Directorial debut films in all BBC programmes
Mark Kermode reviews 10 Cloverfield Lane.
Casey and Miller take their straight-A buddy Jeff for a ride he'll never forget.
British movie by the writers of Sexy Beast. With Ray Winstone, Tom Wilkinson, John Hurt.
A Girls Walks Home Alone At Night reviewed by Mark Kermode.
James King reviews A New York Winter's Tale.
A remake of the 1980s horror hit with Jackie Earle Haley and Rooney Mara.
Film centred on a day in the life of George, an Englishman living in Los Angeles.
Mark Kermode reviews A Star Is Born.
Mark Kermode reviews Action Point.
Al Murray and Boyd & Floyd review new horror The Cabin In The Woods.
As the result of a childhood wish, a man lives with his teddy bear who has come to life.
Edith Bowman chats to Angelina Jolie about her new film Maleficent.
Mark Kermode reviews Angry Birds.
A company specialises in injecting people with viruses from celebrities of their choice.
The latest film from Japan's Studio Ghibli, based on the children's book The Borrowers.
Robbie Collin reviews Atomic Blonde.
Mark Kermode reviews Austenland.
James King reviews Bachelorette.
Mark Kermode reviews Beasts of the Southern Wild.
Mark Kermode reviews Blockers.
Robbie Collin reviews Bone Tomahawk.
Clarisse Loughrey reviews Book Club.
Boyd and Floyd review Plan B's directorial debut, Ill Manors.
Zoe Ball presents the show with Boyd and Floyd reviewing Red Tails.
Clarisse Loughrey reviews Breathe.
Mark Kermode reviews Brighton Rock, starring Sam Riley, Helen Mirren and John Hurt.
Mark Kermode reviews Brigsby Bear.
Carey Mulligan talks to Simon Mayo about her new film, Wildlife.
Mark Kermode reviews Cars 3.
Mark Kermode reviews ’71.
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