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reviews | 23/04/2018

THE OLD DARK HOUSE (1932)

The bona fides of the 1932 film The Old Dark House should be enough to recommend it. Directed by James Whale, fresh off the success of the ...

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Audio reviews | 22/04/2018

I KILL GIANTS

Director Anders Walter’s festival favourite fantasy film only saw a ...

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DVD/Blu Ray reviews | 22/04/2018

THEY CAME TO A CITY (1944)

Ealing Studios are best known for their post-war comedies, which gently ...

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DVD/Blu Ray reviews | 22/04/2018

DARK BLUE (2002)

Dark Blue is based on a story treatment from author James Ellroy, a writer ...

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reviews | 22/04/2018

STREETS OF RED: DEVIL’S DARE DELUXE

Taking its cues from games like Streets of Rage and Double Dragon, Streets of Red adds a modern twist to old school beat em ups by including some ...

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Books reviews | 22/04/2018

FAHRENHEIT 451

With a television adaptation of Fahrenheit 451 coming to HBO in the autumn ...

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Books reviews | 22/04/2018

THE WAR IN THE DARK

Followers of occult history will know that our reality and the worlds of ...

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DVD/Blu Ray reviews | 22/04/2018

ADULT FAIRY TALES (1978)

The legendary Charles Band had already been producing low budget genre fare ...

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Movie reviews | 21/04/2018

RAMPAGE

Ever felt a bit like you want to see stuff get smashed up by a mutated ...

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DVD/Blu Ray reviews | 20/04/2018

PARTY BUS TO HELL

From writer/director Rolfe Kanefsky, Party Bus to Hell sees a group of ...

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DVD/Blu Ray reviews | 20/04/2018

BATMAN NINJA

The loose premise of Batman Ninja was enough to mark it out as must-see to ...

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DVD/Blu Ray reviews | 19/04/2018

SLEEPING DOGS (1977)

If you’ve got a fondness for New Zealand cinema (as we do) Arrow Academy ...

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