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List of 2014 Movies

All things film from the year 2014. With highlights such as The Imitation Game, Gone Girl and our favourite The Grand Budapest Hotel, how many modern greats can you tick off?

List Of 2014 Action Films

Sit down and treat yourself a bit of Fury, it's very similar to Saving Private Ryan but hey? Is that such a bad thing?

List of 2014 Thriller Films

Whether it's cracking nazi code in world war two or going undercover to bring down a criminal syndicate, who can say they weren't thrilled in 2014! Our personal recommendation would be the exceptional The Raid 2.

Movies Like A Quiet Place: Smart Indie Horror

Try our selection of genuinely intelligent indie horrors for a change of pace, including the deftly crafted 'A Quiet Place', and superb zomcom horror 'Pontypool'.

'Movies Like Wanted': Highly Stylized Action

Back in the day they said comic books rotted your brain, then they said watching TV rotted your brain - so, what do you think a movie that looks like a comic book is gonna do to the old grey matter? Only one way to find out!

Criminally Underrated Horror Movies

Like the monsters they feature, these horror flicks have hidden in the shadows, evading detection. Which, with efforts like 'Grave Encounters', 'Under the Skin', and 'Triangle', is a real shame. So grab your flashlight and get exploring!

'Movies Like Unfaithful': Modern Erotic Thrillers

Contemporary erotic thriller movies with more steam than a Turkish bath, but thankfully fewer naked Turkish men! In fact, none that we could find, but then we haven't seen them all.

Best Thrillers of 2014

From Freudian Australian gem 'The Babadook' to good old fashioned Hollywood blockbuster 'Captain America', this collection contains all the greatest thrillers from the newly passed year. Word to the wise: some films may be listed as 2015 due to differing release dates.

'Movies like Se7en': Modern Psychological Horror

A list crowned by recent Australian masterpiece, 'The Babadook' - which, for our money, is the best film of its ilk released in recent years. For those not in the know, psychological horror relies less on blood and guts and more on brains: playing on the audience's unconscious fears, toying with the uncanny, and making strategic use of silence.

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