Category: Reviews

DVD Review: Stonehearst Asylum (2014)

Posted on 05/28/15 by Keri

Review: The Human Centipede 3 (Final Sequence) (2015)

Posted on 05/27/15 by Ben

TV Review: The Enfield Haunting (2015)

Posted on 05/27/15 by Keri

By Keri O’Shea Do you believe in ghosts? Personally, I don’t, but I don’t think it’s any less of a big deal to acknowledge the incredible interplay between human imagination and perceived phenomena which gives rise to tales of ghostly goings-on. It doesn’t strip the magic out of it, for me, to suggest that electromagnetic […]

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Review: The House With 100 Eyes (2013)

Posted on 05/25/15 by Ben

Review: Sword of Vengeance (2015)

Posted on 05/25/15 by Ben

Blu-ray Review: Dream Home (2010)

Posted on 05/24/15 by Keri

Review: They Will Outlive Us All (2013)

Posted on 05/24/15 by Ben

Review: Shadow Zombie (2013)

Posted on 05/19/15 by Ben

Cannes 2015 Review: Mad Max: Fury Road (2015)

Posted on 05/14/15 by Ben
Mad Max Fury Road poster

By Nia Edwards-Behi A confession from the outset: I’ve never seen a Mad Max movie. It’s one of those franchises I just haven’t managed to catch up on. My excitement for Fury Road, however, escalated with each and every poster and trailer released. It reached that point where I needed to talk down the film […]

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Review: Tales of the Grim Sleeper (2014)

Posted on 05/12/15 by Ben

Blu-ray Review: Retaliation (1968)

Posted on 05/11/15 by Keri

Review: Burying The Ex (2014)

Posted on 05/11/15 by Ben

DVD Review: Wyrmwood – Road of the Dead (2014)

Posted on 05/09/15 by Keri

By Keri O’Shea When modern life comes crashing down on screen, you can depend on Australian genre cinema to represent this in gratuitous levels of detail, and let’s just say – we love them for it, don’t we? There have been so many examples of ingenious, batshit insane cinema coming out of the antipodes that […]

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Review: Lights Camera BLOOD! (2015)

Posted on 05/08/15 by Ben
Lights Camera Blood

By Ben Bussey Such is the contemporary horror scene’s fascination with all things 70s and 80s, it’s easy to forget that our current strain of gore-strewn cinema has roots dating back further than that. Yes, messrs Romero, Hooper, Craven and co took the cheapie drive-in scary movie by the short and curlies and dragged it […]

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BIFFF 2015 Reviews: The Leftovers – Charlie’s Farm, Wyrmwood, The Stranger, III, The Midnight After & The Taking of Tiger Mountain 3D

Posted on 05/04/15 by Ben

BIFFF 2015 Review: Shrew’s Nest (Musaranas) (2014)

Posted on 05/03/15 by Ben

By Nia Edwards-Behi It’s the 1950s. Montse (Macarena Gomez) lives with her younger sister, Hermana (Nadia de Santiago), in a small apartment. Both their parents are dead, but their father (Luis Tosar) remains a spectral figure in the apartment for the burdened and fragile older woman. Hermana has just turned 18, and Montse struggles to […]

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BIFFF 2015 Review: Goodnight Mommy (Ich Seh Ich Seh) (2014)

Posted on 05/03/15 by Ben
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By Nia Edwards-Behi Sometimes a film experience comes along that’s difficult to review. One the one hand, I want to explain my experience of it, but on the other… it’s difficult not to provide a certain type of spoiler. I don’t plan on literally spoiling anything, but sometimes there are certain expectations of a film […]

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