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DEVIL IN THE WOODS (REVIEW)

previously titled THE BARRENS Dir. Darren Lynn Bousman Reviewer. Martyn Wakefield When news that Darren Lynn Bousman and TRUE BLOOD’s...

WHEN THE LIGHTS WENT OUT (REVIEW)

Dir. Pat Holden Reviewer. Martyn Wakefield The world of fiction and reality blurs when it comes to the paranormal. Many believe in ghosts...

SILENT HILL REVELATIONS (REVIEW)

Dir. Michael Bassett Reviewer. Martyn Wakefield In 1999 Konami released a game called Silent Hill on the Playstation. Ever since the...

SILENT NIGHT (REVIEW)

Dir. Steven C. Miller Reviewer. Martyn Wakefield In 1984 SILENT NIGHT, DEADLY NIGHT hit cinema’s and within two weeks of its released had...

UNDER THE SKIN (REVIEW)

Dir. Jonathan Glazer Reviewer. Martyn Wakefield Opening up in an unsettling transformation from alien to human, Jonathan Glazers sci-fi...

FEBRUARY (REVIEW)

Previously titled THE BLACKCOAT'S DAUGHTER Dir. Osgood Perkins Reviewer. Martyn Wakefield Every now and then a film gets so much buzz and...

BB (REVIEW)

Dir. CJ Wallis Reviewer. Martyn Wakefield From the outset, BB is not your average blockbuster. Despite a pulsing soundtrack and a visual...

BATTLEFIELD DEATH TALES (REVIEW)

previously titled NAZI ZOMBIE DEATH TALES Dir. James Eaves, Pat Higgins, Alan Ronald Reviewer. Martyn Wakefield As the film opens up, we...

CHILDREN OF A DARKER DAWN (REVIEW)

previously titled RAILWAY CHILDERN Dir. Jason Figgis Reviewer. Martyn Wakefield From the outset of Jason Figgis’ CHILDREN OF A DARKER...

ANNA AND THE DEAD (REVIEW)

previously titled ANY MINUTE NOW Dir. Peter Goddard Reviewer. Martyn Wakefield As her parents split, Anna (Mhairi Calvey) is sent to a...

THE SEVENTH DAY (REVIEW)

Dir. Justin P. Lange Reviewer. Martyn Wakefield Years after an exorcism of a small child goes wrong, a priest (Guy Pearce) takes on an...

HOMUNCULUS (REVIEW)

Dir. Takashi Shimizu Reviewer. Martyn Wakefield DECLARATION: I’ve not visited any of the Manga HOMUNCULUS is based on and therefore this...

IN THE EARTH (REVIEW)

In The Earth Review - Ben Wheatley returns to the horror genre with a much smaller budget but a bigger thirst for storytelling.

 

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