Category: Review

Review: Them (2016)

‘Them’ is a 2016 horror short by ‘Vulpinos Film’. Directed and co produced by Charles Bolprand and staring Claudia Rivarelli. The short has little in the way of plot it’s a single header, which seems to focus on protagonist succumbing to worsening schizophrenia. The visual are more uncomfortable […]

Review: For Her (2017)

Jonathan and Elizabeth are deeply in love. But their relationship is tested when Elizabeth becomes afflicted by a devastating illness. Follow Jonathan’s emotional journey as he struggles to deal with inevitable tragedy, and discover what lengths he’s willing to go to, For Her. Like a lot of short […]

Review: Deathnote (2017)

Director Adam Wingard’s take on Death Note (created by Tsugumi Ohba and Takeshi Obata) is an interesting one. Whilst there are many changes to the manga and anime source material I feel this is done to make the story more accessible to a mainstream audience. Think of this […]

Review: Dogged (2017)

Dogged started life as an award winning short film in 2015 that was shot in a “single, tortuous, 18 hour day for a budget of just £200.” The film went on to win critical acclaim – finishing fifth overall on the BBC Three show “The Fear” – a televised […]

Comichaus #1

In the era of Kickstarter anything is possible and Comichaus is one of the things that makes me glad we live in this age, it’s an epic concept that we’ve not seen in forever a Monthly British Indie anthology comic. The first thing you notice is the quality […]

Willard (Blu-Ray)

Willard Stiles (Bruce Davison, INSIDIOUS: CHAPTER 4) is a young man with a big problem. He lives alone in a crumbling house with his ailing mother (Elsa Lanchester, Arnold, BRIDE OF FRANKENSTEIN). His boss, Al Martin (Ernest Borgnine, ESCAPE FROM NEW YORK, THE WILD BUNCH) is a vulgar, […]

Boone: The Bounty Hunter (2017)

Boone: The Bounty Hunter is an action packed action-comedy the follows the life of fame-seeking reality show bounty hunter, Boone (John Hennigan). With his reality TV series in peril because of low ratings, Boone and his crew Denny (Osric Chau) and Kat (Spencer Grammer) decide to up their […]