Archive for December, 2011


12 months, 365 days, too many minutes to count… where has 2011 gone? In movie-land it’s been a significantly mixed bag, with many of the superb movies having limited cinema releases or being straight-to-DVD, whilst the multiplexes have been bulging with absolute shitebags. No change there. Film in general saw another insane boost in comic [...]


There are not enough synonyms to describe how boring Camp Hell is, but here’s a few anyway: dull, uninteresting, cloying, lifeless, monotonous, long-winded, yawn worthy, soporific, and a total mega-blah fest. Apparently sloths are so slow they have moss growing on them. This shit’s got trees. Tommy Leary (Will Denton) is having nightmares about a [...]


British horror thriller KILL LIST comes to DVD and Blu-ray on 26th December. The second film from director Ben Wheatley (Down Terrace) has received acclaim around the world, and to mark it’s home entertainment release we have 3 DVDs to give away! Eight months after a disastrous job in Kiev left him physically and mentally [...]


Okay, before you read this you should know something. I love John Carpenter’s The Thing. Often cited as my favourite movie (alongside An American Werewolf in London) it’s a 10 out of 10, perfectly crafted piece of genius. I’ve seen it dozens of times and still find it fascinating. I even wrote a sycophantic review [...]


Inkubus or “Robert Englund in non-cameo shock!” stars the legend from Nightmare on Elm Street as the demon Inkubus, a creature hell-bent on destroying the one man who almost captured him thirteen years ago – Detective Gil Diamante (William Forsythe). Shot in just 15 days, director / writer Glenn Ciano has gone on record as [...]