Hellraiser III: Hell on Earth – Review

With the apparent closure of Hell in the previous instalment, Pinhead (Doug Bradley) looks to circumvent the rules of the Lament Configuration and walk the earth with impunity. Hellraiser III: Hell o...

Hellbound: Hellraiser II: Review

The unexpected success of Hellraiser at the box office ensured a sequel would follow. Doug Bradley had barely taken his Pins out when production started on the follow-up. Released in 1988, a year aft...

Hellraiser – Review

In the mid-eighties, British Novelist Clive Barker had become dismayed at how his work had been adapted to screen. He felt it was God’s way of telling him he should direct, “how much worse could I be...

$TACK$ – Review

$TACK$ is a film that is very much of its time. With the world still dealing with the global pandemic, the short movie takes a look at a very particular problem associated with everything that is goi...

Cube – Review

The cube trilogy has been sitting on my DVD shelf for a number of years now. Still in its wrapper, the box set was an impulse buy based on the reviews of the original film and the fact that the first...

Extraction – Review

The idea of a team-up between The Russo Brothers and Chris Hemsworth outside of their MCU comfort zone was an intriguing one. Although not directing, the pair very much has their fingerprints all ove...

Moviescramble Podcast – Ep 20: The Hunt

Join Thomas, John and Mary on the Moviescramble podcast where we review The Hunt. We also discuss our top three survival movies.  Find us on iTunes: https://podcasts.apple.com/gb/podcast… Spotify: ht...

Airport 1975 – Review

With Airport 1975 you know exactly what to expect. The blueprint for the films was set out in Airport, the Arthur Hailey novel of the same name which spawned a hugely successful movie of the same nam...

The Hunt – Review

Controversy creates cash. The discourse around Joker last year did it no harm as it became the most talked about movie of the year before anyone had even seen it. There was another film that was argu...