Reviews

Review: William Fichtner Is Captivating In THE NEIGHBOUR 

A slow burning domestic thriller, Aaron Harvey’s The Neighbour is a tense little movie with a captivating central performance from William Fichtner. It’s not one for the ADD crowd, but those willing to go along with it will be rewarded for their [...]

November 5, 2018

Review: US AND THEM Does Home Invasion Tarantino-style 

Writer-Director Joe Martin’s Us And Them is a class war, social commentary filtered through a post-Quentin Tarantino cinematic world. The politics might be 21st Century, but at times it sounds as if most of the dialogue was ripped from a word [...]

October 18, 2018

Review: John Carpenter’s THE FOG Is A Classic Ghost Story

After taking a break from horror to make Elvis in 1979, John Carpenter returned to the genre with The Fog, an atmospheric ghost story set in the fictional Californian town of Antonio Bay.  When The Fog starts rolling-in, so does the crew of [...]

October 16, 2018

Mayhem Film Festival 2018: Days Three & Four

After getting off to a stunning start, the 2018 Mayhem Film Festival continued to impress over the course of its final two days. Day Three  The third day of Mayhem 2018 began with the wonderfully bonkers One Cut Of The Dead. We were told by Chris [...]

October 15, 2018

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