The Mortuary Collection

The Mortuary Collection – Review

Director Ryan Spindell appeared at Fright Fest on Saturday night to chat to the eager, hyped up horror fans about his feature film. By all accounts, it has been years in the making and – what w...
Resin (Harpiks)

Resin (Harpiks) – Review

There are a plethora of films – everything from The Village to Leave No Trace – about families cutting themselves off from modern society in order to establish a new way of life in the mi...
The Cleansing Hour

The Cleansing Hour – Review

The opening scene of Damien LeVeck’s The Cleansing Hour has all the hallmarks of a good exorcism horror. There’s flickering lights; sulphurous reactions to holy water; contorted bodies; a...
5 is the perfect number

5 is the Perfect Number – Review

Igor Tuveri has adapted his own graphic novel, Cinque e il numero perfetto, to bring to the big screen a Mafia drama, set in 1970s Naples. Watching it felt like Sam Peckinpah meets film noir meets We...
Always in Season

Always in Season – Review

In August 2014, Lennon Lacy was found hanging from a swingset in Bladenboro, North Carolina. After seemingly little investigative work, the police ruled that his death was a suicide. Lennon’s m...
Izaokas

Isaac (Izaokas) – Review

The opening scene – and it does seem to be one, continuous take – of Jurgis Matulevičius’ Isaac will leave your heart in your throat. In the midst of World War Two, local Nazi suppo...
Rocketman MAIN

John’s Top Ten Movies of 2019

2019 was a bit of a mixed year in terms of quality of movie output. There were a few stand out movies that showed promise and ultimately delivered but there was an awful lot of releases that that was...

Thomas’s Top Ten Movies of 2019

As the year came to an end, I realised there were some notable exclusions in my list of films seen from 2019. With two weeks off work, and a plethora of streaming options at my disposable, I put off ...

Four Kids And It Release Date Announced

Sky today announced a brand new addition to its Sky originals film slate, Four Kids and It. The film will be available on Sky Cinema the same day as its theatrical release at Easter. Set on the beaut...