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Open-Grave

Open Grave

Twist and turning its way along the route of bluff and red herring. throw in some zombies, hanging corpses and scientific experiments. Good unwholesome fun then.... Read more...


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Looking-For-Johnny

Looking For Johnny

‘Self-pity is the most destructive of all narcotics’ said the late London artist and self-styled dandy, Sebastian Horsley. In an uncanny way, his quote seems a befitting epitaph Read more...

Northern-Soul

Northern Soul

A time in history when all around was civil unrest, dreary council houses and the cool soul sound of northern soul. Magic.... Read more...

Zombeavers

Zombeavers

A parody of all those animal related horror romps...the most fun you can have with wet beavers on a DVD player. Read more...


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Blacula---The-Complete-Collection

Blacula - The Complete Collection

Just in time for Halloween, this twist on the ole Dracula lore combines funkadelic Blaxploitation grooves with a dash of old-school Transylvanian vampirism. It’s a jive-ass kicking, blood-sucking scream! Read more...

Twins-Of-Evil

Twins Of Evil

Twins Of Evil is not only the third instalment of Hammer’s ‘Karnstein Trilogy’, based on Sheridan Le Fanu’s classic tale Carmilla, but easily the best. Read more...

The-Search-For-Simon

The Search For Simon

Martin Gooch's silly sci-fi stinker ranks at sub-terranean levels. Leave your brain in the cinema cloakroom for this one. Read more...

The-Adventurer:-The-Curse-of-the-Midas-Box

The Adventurer: The Curse of the Midas Box

Like a poor mans Sunday afternoon version of Indiana Jones. it would have been better to have had a shorter title like Adventurer : Blandy and Poshie do it again! Read more...

Brute-Force

Brute Force

There have been a number of prison dramas made over the years, and this 1948 classic is debatably the best of the lot. Directed by Jules Dassin with his usual vigour Read more...

The-Medusa-Touch

The Medusa Touch

Based on Peter Van Greenaway’s bestseller, The Medusa Touch boasts a splendid cast – headed by a top-billed Richard Burton, although it is Italian actor Lino Ventura Read more...

Catacombs

Catacombs

An early suspense thriller, this debut from Gordon Hessler, who is perhaps best known to horror movie fans as the director of three Vincent Price films, Catacombs feels more Read more...

Madame-Dubarry

Madame Dubarry

Madame Dubarry (1919) is a very early movie by director Ernst Lubitsch, and a glorious piece it is, too! However, despite its lavish budget one cannot fail to notice that Read more...

The-Cabinet-Of-Dr.-Caligari

The Cabinet Of Dr. Caligari

The cinema release of Cabinet Of Dr. Caligari has recently been reviewed on this site. Now the official Blu-ray/DVD version is now available, complete with a battery of Special Features! Read more...

TreeHouse

TreeHouse

Some people loved those houses, attached to the side of a tree... Others thought it was the gate way to some hellish journey. The makers of this film fall into the latter of these kids group. Read more...

Reaper

Reaper

A horror film that seems to have been created for the sole purpose of wanting a franchise but in truth it isn't so much does it deserve a sequel, more why did it get a first part in the beginning... Read more...

Saints-and-Sinners-:-The-Void

Saints and Sinners : The Void

The little wars which were intrinsic to the soldiers on the front lines of the second world war are explored with blood, bullets and bravery aplenty. Read more...

Richard-III

Richard III

After Hamlet and Henry V, it could not have come as a surprise that the man who was arguably the 20th century’s greatest exponent of the works of the immortal Read more...

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Capricorn-One

Capricorn One

Not an altogether uninteresting conspiracy effort from 1977 by writer/director Peter Hyams. However, unlike films such as Watergate or Silkwood etc, Capricorn One is not based on fact. Read more...

SALVO

SALVO

A Mafia hit man has his life changed when he discovers a blind girl his witnessed him murder. He keeps her alive and faces the wrath of his boss for doing so. Read more...

Devils-Tower

Devils Tower

A tower filled with horrors....like a mix of all those great horror movies but just done very badly! Read more...

Believe

Believe

Brian Cox stars in football biopic. A drooling sentimentalist mess from kick off to final whistle. Read more...

Le-Jour-Se-Leve

Le Jour Se Leve

A Cinematic delight, sadly unseen for many years but finally out to watch. Poetic Realism at its most sublime. Read more...

Rob-The-Mob

Rob The Mob

Brings a whole new understanding to the term criminal film making. Not quite sure what it is, much like this Crime, Comedy and Melodrama mix. Read more...

Killer-Klowns-From-Outer-Space

Killer Klowns From Outer Space

Who needs SciFi movies like Day Of The Triffids or Invasion Of The Body Snatchers when you can marvel at the quirky and out-of-this-world B-movie antics that Read more...

The-Quiller-Memorandum

The Quiller Memorandum

The mid-60’s were indeed the time for the ‘spy’ thriller, and ‘66 gave us The Quiller Memorandum, based on Adam Hall’s (nom de plum of Elleston The Flight Of The Phoenix Read more...

House-Of-Darkness

House Of Darkness

A pebble from the late forties, hardly even that – this one takes some time to take off. When it does, however, it doesn’t go very far. The script was penned by John Gilling Read more...

The-Two-Faces-Of-January

The Two Faces Of January

The Two Faces Of January could well be called ‘The Two Faces Of Chester McFarland’. Coolishly played by Viggo Mortensen, the charismatic McFarland seems to have it all Read more...

Kurosawa-Samurai-Collection

Kurosawa Samurai Collection

Kurosawa fans rejoice! This amazing Blu-ray edition box set contains five of the very best from the master director of Japanese cinema, plus a whole host of exciting Special Features! Read more...

The-Monster-Club

The Monster Club

The Monster Cub from 1980, considered by many to be a cult film, is quite frankly nonsense albeit very entertaining nonsense! The film is a comical homage to the classic Amicus Portmanteau Read more...

The-Ipcress-File

The Ipcress File

For a film made in 1965, The Ipcress File has aged well. Based on the first of Len Deighton’s best-selling novels of the time, all featuring his anti-hero Harry Palmer, these books as well as the film Read more...



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