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Halloween Kills Film Review (2021) – Michael Walks Home

Thomas NormanOctober 22, 2021
Halloween Kills Film Review (2021) – Michael Walks Home

As a newcomer to the Halloween franchise, I am less experienced with the later sequels to have any attachment to the worldbuilding, and I controversially thought Rob Zombie’s film was an interesting angle despite all his obnoxious signatures, but the…

Hotel Poseidon (2021) Film Review – A Day in a Life, in a World Where Nothing Makes Sense

Luke GreensmithOctober 21, 2021
Hotel Poseidon (2021) Film Review – A Day in a Life, in a World Where Nothing Makes Sense

Euro-surrealism at its most mind assailing, as Dave has inherited his father’s run down and weird Hotel Poseidon. A dilapidated hellscape where logic is frequently suspeded that attracts the weirdest of the weird, Dave himself being no exception. Prepare for…

Motherly Film Film Review (2021) – Don’t underestimate a mother’s love

Luke GreensmithOctober 20, 2021
Motherly Film Film Review (2021) – Don’t underestimate a mother’s love

Witness protection isn’t enough to keep a mother and her young daughter safe, as the vigilantes hunting them down catch up to the pair. They want a confession the mother either can’t, or won’t, give and the location is so…

Dark Ditties Presents: Dad (2021) Episode Review – A Good Son Looks After His Dad

Luke GreensmithOctober 20, 2021
Dark Ditties Presents: Dad (2021) Episode Review – A Good Son Looks After His Dad

The rise of a religious cult takes a turn for the apocalyptic, and it’s down to David to try and get his vulnerable dad to safety. However, with advanced dementia complicating an already overwhelming disaster, David may not be able…

Annular Eclipse Film Review (2021) – Chinese Cyberpunk Is A Total Triumph

Mihail BaltateanuOctober 20, 2021
Annular Eclipse Film Review (2021) – Chinese Cyberpunk Is A Total Triumph

Sometimes you luck into a genre film so good that you feel the need to champion it, to place your hopes in it to reach the hearts and minds of many and call it the next great leap forward. Chi…

Waxwork (1988) Film Review – As it Waxes Nostalgic

Dominic DuquiatanOctober 19, 2021
Waxwork (1988) Film Review – As it Waxes Nostalgic

Waxwork, Anthony Hickox’s directorial debut, is a half-baked comedy horror film with a tedious build-up, unmemorable characters, confusing lore, and a long-overdue payoff. Although it already fell at the first hurdle and keeps falling flat, one can find amusement in…