Lussier and Todd Farmer has been noticeably absent of late, which is a shame considering their last two collaborations where light-footed exercises in trashy fun.
When weighing up the pros and cons of streaming movies vs physical media I always find myself staring at my DVD and Blu Ray laden
It seems you can’t swing an axe around without hitting yet another grimy, gory, grindhouse throwback that’s springing up on streaming services everywhere. It’s a
Maybe it’s my advancing years, but a sub-genre I’ve really found myself gravitating toward is the oddly gentle horror/comedy. Completely unsure of what that means?
Back in 2017, the orginal 47 Meters Down helpfully warned us of the dangers of cage diving when Matthew Modine is running the show and
I’ve mentioned elsewhere on this site about the difficulty hollywood has had in trying to visualise the unearthly works of Howard Phillips Lovecraft (H.P. to
The dictionary describes the word “parasite” as an organism that lives in or on an organism of another species (its host) and benefits by deriving
The long awaited second movie from Robert Eggers – the man who gave us 2015’s impressive skin crawler The Witch – The Lighthouse is yet
M. Night Shyamalan’s capper to the stealth trilogy – unofficially starting with Unbreakable in 2000 and stunning everyone who didn’t even realise it existed until
The war film has been getting some esoteric entries over the past couple of years what with Christopher Nolan’s time twisting Dunkirk doing the rounds
The final days of World War II seem like an odd stomping ground for broad humour, I mean even Life Is Beautiful was crammed with
Returning to his rhyming-slang roots for the first time since 2008’s Rocknrolla, Guy Richie leaves the heftily budgeted worlds of a blue CGI Will Smith
Director Tom Hooper has a lot to answer for…The man who gave us The Danish Girl, The King’s Speech and the 2012 version of Les
Blumhouse has made quite the name for themselves as a studio that has one eye firmly on the major issues of the times. With such
2019 seems to be the year that epic sagas reach the end of the road. Marvel spectacularly rounded up 11 years of storytelling with their
Netflix has come a long way when it comes to it’s film purchases… after all the leap from barely decent action B-movies to barely decent
The “first” Jumanji (or would that technically be second?) was somewhat of a very welcome surprise. Taking the formula of the 90’s orginal and bringing
After Rian Johnson got decidedly polar opposite reactions for his crack at the Skywalker Saga with The Last Jedi (a heap of internet trolling vs.
With multimillion dollar exploding CGI fests scorched earth-ing cinemas virtually every month, it’s always nice every now and then to view something a little smaller
The “feel good” horror movie is an elusive beast. In a genre that continuously strives to make it’s audiences feel thrillingly shitty, the act of