Feb 272013
 
From Beyond: Blu-ray Review

Just a year after Stuart Gordon had directed both Jeffery Combs and Barbara Crampton in what would go onto be one of the best science fiction horror films of all time Re-Animator. The trio returned to the same genre melding with another H.P. Lovecraft adaptation in the form of From Beyond. Could lightning strike twice? […]

Feb 192013
 
Dude and a Monkey: Episode 12 - Seizure Hard!

Dude and a Monkey: Episode 12 – Seizure Hard On this week’s explosive installment, Marc and Ian act tired, stoned and not really too fucked to be there in their review of A Good Day To Die Hard, Marc delves into his messed up movie watching choices once again, the question of “Whether it’s better […]

Feb 182013
 
The Last Days of Dolwyn: DVD Review

The Last Days of Dolwyn, also know as Women of Dolwyn in the US, comes to DVD for the first time in the UK on the 18th of February 2013 from StudioCanal. Written and directed by Emlyn Williams, who is best know for his writing credits on films like 1938’s The Citadel and Alfred Hitchcock’s […]

Feb 142013
 
Movie Trailer of the Day: Trance (Red Band)

Movie Trailer of the Day No.402 – Trance (Red Band) Now Danny Boyle has finished messing about with Olympic opening ceremonies he can get back to doing what he does best, filmmaking. His next outing looks to be a stylish psychological thriller about an art dealer, James McAvoy who gets mixed up with a criminal gang, containing the always […]

Feb 142013
 
The Last Stand: Cinema Review

The Last Stand carries with it two significant factors, number one it is Kim Ji-Woon, director of I Saw the Devil, A Tale of Two Sisters and the glorious action-western-comedy The Good, The Bad, The Weird, with his english language debut. And number two is the return of Arnold Schwarzenegger to being the leading man in an […]

Feb 142013
 
Django Unchained: Cinema Review

For years and years everybody’s favourite, well maybe not everybody, movie nerd come filmmaker Quentin Tarantino has promised his loyal fans a western film, and for years we’ve waited for Tarantino to reinvigorate this forgotten genre by adding that wit and spark that he injected into the often stoic and heavy war film genre that […]

Feb 132013
 
Dude and a Monkey: Episode 11 - Bullet to Orson Welles Head

Dude and a Monkey Episode 11 – Bullet to Orson Welles Head In this episode we take a closer look at Walter Hill’s return to directing with the Sylvester Stallone starring Bullet to the head. We also discuss Movie 43, The Losers, Chasing Amy and A Glipse Inside the Mind of Charles Swan III, as […]

Feb 132013
 
Movie Trailer of the Day: The Internship

Movie Trailer of the Day No.401 – The Internship Yep the two stars of Wedding Crashers Vince Vaughn and Own Wilson are back together, playing essentially the some characters, in Shawn Levy’s Google The Movie  The Internship. I’m not going to pretend for a second this looks good. However I’m also not going to pretend that I […]

Feb 132013
 
Movie Poster of the Day: Kiss of the Damned

Movie Poster of the Day No.428 – Kiss of the Damned This is the simply gorgeous poster for the upcoming feature film debut from Xan Cassavetes, Kiss of the Damned. Recognize the surname? Of course you do. Xan Cassavetes is the sister of Notebook and Alpha Dog director Nick Cassavetes, and more significantly she is the daughter […]