Film Review: JUNKIE (2012)

Film Review: JUNKIE (2012)

Jun 6, 2016

When you think of the films directed by Adam Mason, you probably think of dark horror movies such as Broken, the excellent Blood River or even the one take tour de force, Pig. You probably aren’t thinking comedy, yet this is exactly what his latest directorial outing is, although this isn’t your typical comedy. Instead, JUNKIE is a comedy with a black heart and...

Film Review: AMERIKAN HOLOKAUST (2013)

Film Review: AMERIKAN HOLOKAUST (2013)

Jun 2, 2016

IMDb: Amerikan Holokaust Director: Chris Woods Stars: Jules Sceiro, Bob Glazier, Cyndi Crotts Amerikan Holokaust is an independent ‘fuck you’ to mainstream cinema, whilst kicking it squarely in the stones. The basic plot for this nihilistic piece of hell follows two serial killer/rapists, Michael Mashburn (Jules Sceiro) and Antwan Mercer (Bob Glazier), as they...

Film Review: IN THEIR SKIN (2012)

Film Review: IN THEIR SKIN (2012)

May 25, 2016

The reason home invasion movies work so effectively, is that that play right into our very deepest fears; the fear of being attacked in the one place you should feel safe. Of course, this only works in films that use this fear and tension correctly. I mean, Home Alone was for all intents and purposes a home invasion flick, but it is not exactly scary is it?...

Film Review: YELLOWBRICKROAD (2010)

Film Review: YELLOWBRICKROAD (2010)

May 24, 2016

Sticking a group of people, they don’t have to consist solely of dumb kids, in the middle of nowhere is never a good idea, and very rarely does it turn out well for them. It’s been a staple of horror films for years, but don’t switch of just yet, because once in a while some crazy fool comes up with a new idea that makes it seem fresh again. Such is the case...

Film Review: ROCK N’ ROLL FRANKENSTEIN (1999)

Film Review: ROCK N’ ROLL FRANKENSTEIN (1999)

Feb 9, 2016

Film: Rock N’ Roll Frankenstein (1999) Written and Directed by Brian O’Hara Released by Camp Motion Pictures Review by Jude Felton One of the joys of being a movie fan of the weird and wonderful, or not-so wonderful, is when a film crosses your path that you may otherwise have never viewed, and end up having a great time with it. That was very much the case...