You’re Next

If Adam Wingard and Simon Barrett took over the horror industry forever it would be no bad thing. You’re Next is one of the most unique and exciting horror films in years and is proof that independent films are the way to go if we want to keep horror fresh and interesting. When the Davison family reunites at their remote vacation home after years of not seeing each other, everything seems … Continue reading You’re Next

We’re Never in Control of What Media we Watch

 If you think you’re watching Breaking Bad instead of X Factor in an attempt to define who you are and not succumb to what TV bosses tell you to watch, then you’re wrong. The live action 101 Dalmatians would have you believe that racoons and skunks are prominent wild animals in England. Anyone with half a brain knows this is false, unless of course they escaped from a nearby zoo … Continue reading We’re Never in Control of What Media we Watch

Chernobyl Diaries

You may think that the visual effects director of such brilliant films as Fight Club and Let me In would be capable of directing an awesome mutant horror film, but you’d be wrong. Bradley Parker tries his hand at directing for the first time after being visual effects director on multiple films, and comes out with none other than the horribly inconclusive and all round completely poor Chernobyl Diaries, which attempts to be … Continue reading Chernobyl Diaries


Bernie is the kind of comedy that makes you wonder whether there’s something wrong with you or not. When you pick up a film that masquerades itself as a comedy you expect to laugh at least once, even if it’s just a mildly amused-sounding snort of approval. Bernie tiptoes along that line that separates blunt black comedy from bleak drama to the point where the film is very … Continue reading Bernie

The Wolverine

Claws or no claws, I wouldn’t kick that out of bed! Hugh Jackman returns to the big screen as X-men mutant Wolverine in 2013 3D action blockbuster The Wolverine. When Wolverine saved the life of Yashida in the Nagasaki bombings in 1945 whilst being held captive in a prisoner of war camp, he never in a million years expected that he would be summoned to his death bed to say … Continue reading The Wolverine

Evil Dead

Welcome aboard Hollywood’s remake train! I hope you enjoy the ride, mind the deja-vu and please remember that nothing is sacred any longer. You might want to keep your arms and legs inside the carriage in case someone cuts them off with an electric knife, you have been warned. Up and coming director Fede Alvarez known for, well…nothing except a few short films, hits the big screen … Continue reading Evil Dead

House at the End of the Street

Academy award winning actress and all round fan favourite Jennifer Lawrence kicks some serious ass in this slick horror/thriller. Newly divorced Sarah (Elizabeth Shue) and her teenage daughter Elissa (Lawrence) move to an idyllic new house that’s price has been lowered due to the double murder that happened  in the house opposite four years previously. A deranged young girl murdered her parents late at night after an … Continue reading House at the End of the Street