Reviews

Review: NEWLY SINGLE Is A Hip, Edgy Relationship Dramedy

A dark and somewhat bitter dramedy, director-writer-star Adam Christian Clark’s Newly Single is a punchy character piece that really draws you into its orbit. The central character (loosely based on and played by Clark himself), might alienate [...]

January 2, 2019

Review: Dario Argento’s OPERA Will Open Your Eyes

Opera sees giallo master Dario Argento working at his most gloriously OTT and this 1987 mystery contains all the traits you would expect from the Italian director: mystery, lust, violence and impressive camera work. The film also features music from [...]

December 28, 2018

Review: Horror Anthology TERROR TALES

Horror anthology movies are often tiny surprises, collections of morality tales wrapped up as genre vignettes. I take great pleasure in watching these movies and always look forward to them when I get the opportunity to view one. I was therefore [...]

December 13, 2018

Blu-ray Review: THE TIME TUNNEL Is Classic 1960s TV Sci-Fi

Irwin Allen’s The Time Tunnel is a glorious piece of 1960s television. The sci-fi show, which ran from 1966-1967 sees Robert Colbert and James Darren as Doug and Tony, two men working on an experimental US government time travel operation called [...]

December 3, 2018

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