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SLAPFACE (REVIEW)

Dir. Jeremiah Kipp Reviewer. Martyn Wakefield Orphaned brothers Lucas (August Maturo) and Tom (Mike Manning) survive against the odds in...

THE CELLAR (REVIEW)

Dir. Brendan Muldowney Reviewer. Martyn Wakefield When her daughter vanishes inside their new home, Elisha Cuthbert must traverse the...

CHOOSE OR DIE (REVIEW)

Dir. Toby Meakins Reviewer. Martyn Wakefield CHOOSE OR DIE wears its idols on its sleeves. A faceless cameo from Robert Englund,...

THE SPINE OF NIGHT (REVIEW)

Dir. Philip Gelatt, Morgan Galen King Reviewer. Martyn Wakefield An animated sci-fi fantasy in the vein of GRR Martin mixed with magic...

MORGAN (REVIEW)

Dir. Luke Scott Reviewer. Martyn Wakefield Luke Scott, son of Ridley Scott, brings together the world of sci-fi and horror in the form of...

THE VISIT [2015] (REVIEW)

Dir. M. Night Shyamalan Reviewer. Martyn Wakefield THE VISIT doesn’t quite live up to Shyamalan's Twilight Zone-esque storytelling but...

THE VILLAINESS (REVIEW)

Dir. Byung-gil Jung Reviewer. Sarah Cook THE VILLAINESS follows the story of Sook-hee (Ok-bin Kim), a trained assassin since childhood...

THE WITCH (REVIEW)

Dir. Robert Eggers Reviewer. Martyn Wakefield The eerie silence of the opening credits is merely a foresight of the terror that awaits...

SODIUM PARTY (REVIEW)

Dir. Michael McCudden Reviewer. Martyn Wakefield From a troubled childhood of an anxiety fuelled mother and the suicide of her father,...

RE-ANIMATOR (REVIEW)

Dir. Stuart Gordon Reviewer. Martyn Wakefield Stuart Gordon’s greatest work has finally received the shiny hi-definition re-release but...

OLD (REVIEW)

Dir. M. Night Shyamalan Reviewer. Martyn Wakefield Love him or hate him, there is no denying the force that the name M. Night Shyamalan's...

HELD (REVIEW)

Dir. Travis Cluff, Chris Lofing Reviewer. Martyn Wakefield From the visionaries behind the Blumhouse smash, THE GALLOWS, comes another...

THE REVENGE OF ROBERT (REVIEW)

Dir. Andrew Jones Reviewer. Martyn Wakefield THE REVENGE OF ROBERT sounds like a neighbourly dispute about loud music in which Robert...

Leroy Kincaide (INTERVIEW)

On the day of the UK release of his debut feature film THE LAST RITE, writer / director Leroy Kincaide talks about overcoming Dyslexia...

THE SEED (REVIEW)

Dir. Sam Walker Reviewer. Martyn Wakefield ERASERHEAD meets SOCIETY in Sam Walker's brilliant throwback to the best of 80s body horror....

CHOPPING MALL (REVIEW)

Dir. Jim Wynorski Reviewer. Dan Cook One of the more off-kilter horror comedies of the mid 80’s, CHOPPING MALL is an odd and rather tacky...

TROLL 2 (REVIEW)

Dir. Claudio Degrasso Reviewer. Dan Cook Claudio Degrasso’s disasterpiece ‘Troll 2’ is a true titan of terrible cinema, a testament to...

 

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