A distinctly different style in Ghibli’s latest effort makes it immediately intriguing and visually arresting… Who knows what’s going on over in Ghibli land… are they closing their doors, are they open but with Miyazaki retiring, is he in fact going to do another film… it’s getting somewhat hard to follow. What I do know […]

State of Desolation Poster

The upcoming zombie apocalypse movie has set loose a couple of new images featuring Jamie Bernadette, Sadie Katz and Craig Stark. I’ve been intrigued about this one for a while now and I’m liking a lot of what I have seen since as stills and video diaries keep on rolling in. The film’s about an […]

Ryan Poster

This week we are looking at a very inventive, heartfelt and intriguingly made short documentary about the life of influential animator Ryan Larkin: ‘Ryan brings to life the story of Canadian animator Ryan Larkin, who produced some of the most influential animated films of the early 1970s. In this Oscar winning short film, celebrated director […]


John Schneider of Smallville and Dukes of Hazard fame is here to talk about his latest movie Smothered. Billed as being the horror version of The Expendables it stars many famous horror movie icons such as Kane Hodder and R.A. Mihailoff! You can read my review of it here! As to the interview, read on… […]

August 2014

Hey all, just putting out a reminder for those of you who play the ‘Mr Rumsey’s Who’s That? Quiz’. As always, the answer will be going up at the end of the month, but for those of you who missed the earlier post about this and wanted to make a guess, then cast your eyes […]

Transcending its rom-com genre, it becomes a commentary on modern life and its priorities. The story of a workaholic who has to start reassessing the balance she holds between her work and her actual life isn’t particularly new, however in Geographically Desirable this journey is handled in a way that feels up to date and nicely handled. Bowers’ character […]

Doctor Lawyer Poster v3

A tedious script and wince inducing acting plague this ambitious low budget noir. Pablo D’Stair is back. After a very mixed reception last time around with his feature film (A Public Ransom) the filmmaker has returned with another story about two people’s lives being thrown upside down after the appearance of a mysterious stranger. This […]


This post is part of Head in a Vice‘s ‘Recommended By’ blogathon. The idea here is pretty simple, you know that one movie that you’ve been recommended over and over and yet never seem to get around to watching? Well this blogathon makes you actually get on and finally check it out. I chose Carlito’s […]


Tonally confused, unfunny and slightly insulting to boot – God’s Pocket is riddled with flaws. God’s Pocket tells the bleak story of the struggling everyman in an ultra trashy American neighbourhood, and it tells the story of crime within a close-knit community and it also tells the darkly comedic story of a man trying to […]

Short Film Mondays Poster

I don’t know if any of you remember this feature? Basically I feel that short films are all too often dismissed as being inferior to their bigger brothers (features) and that they really should get more attention from us bloggers. Therefore I will be promoting a short film every week for those who are interested […]


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