Impossible Crimes

There is a narrow margin between a film being great and distinctively average. Some of it is down to expectation. If you go into a movie cold, without any preconceptions, it can make such a differenc...

3 From Hell – Review

You have to take a moment and wonder if there was any sort of clamour for a trilogy defining movie featuring the classic characters that came from the mind of Rob Zombie. House of 1000 corpses was re...

Bloodline – Review

From the opening scene you are left in no doubt about what the film is and where it will go. Couple that with the title and you pretty much have everything you need right there. That isn’t to d...

Suicide Tourist – Review

Assisted suicide is a controversial subject for a number of reasons. The legalities, the ethics and the right to owning your body and your self choice form part of the argument both for and against. ...

Code 8 – Review

With so many stories being brought to the screen involving either good or evil superheroes and the powers they posses it was inevitable that film makers would look for alternative tales within the ge...

Sitges Film Festival 2019 Preview

With less than three months until the start of the 52nd edition of the Sitges Fantastic Film Festival, the first forty films of the ten day extravaganza have been announced. The line up is the usual ...

Piercing – Review

Piercing is an odd little film. It clocks in at a sprightly 82 minutes and is a strange beast in terms of horror cinema. We get a lot films about serial killers and their origins but this is somethin...

Terrified (Aterrados) – Review

A film doesn’t have to have great scale to work effectively. The reason that the horror genre is so attractive to first time feature film makers is two fold. It can be particularly cost effective, wh...

Elizabeth Harvest

Elizabeth Harvest is one of those films that will surprise you. It starts as mystery thriller with some very fine ideas behind it. What it becomes is something entirely different. In order to preserv...