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Swiss Army Man

Swiss Army Man

Swiss Army Man So, what ever happened to Harry Potter? Well if Daniel Kwan and Daniel Scheinert’s comedy-drama film Swiss Army Man is anything to judge by, it looks like poor old harry bit the big one, as Daniel Radcliff stars as a bloated rotting corpse with bad case...
Trick r Treat

Trick r Treat

Trick r Treat If there’s one thing I’m guilty of, it’s of watching a lot of horror, whether it be Halloween or not. But when Halloween does come around, I do like to catch up on the more seasonal films to get me in the mood. This years treat of choice was the...
The Sand

The Sand

The Sand Sun, sea and sand…oh and giant tentacle creatures. The aptly named The Sand is a creature feature written by Alex Greenfield and Ben Powell with director Isaac Gabaeff pulling the reins on a small cast and even smaller budget. There are simply not enough good...
The Witch

The Witch

The Witch Films about witches are few and far between. Their relevance in our superstitions and beliefs have fallen since the dawn of the 20th century, yet once in a while we get a good witch film that pulls us back in. The iconic green faced, wart nosed creature of...
Ghosthouse

Ghosthouse

Ghosthouse If you want to find a truly creepy horror, you need to look no further than the Italian horror films of the 1980s. Argento, Bava, Fulci, Deodato and Martino, these directors helped to launch this italian-american sub genre with their own unique styles,...
Apt Pupil

Apt Pupil

In January 1942, during the Wannsee conference, several Nazi leaders discussed the details of the “Final Solution of the Jewish question”. It was this event that set human history down one of its darkest paths, that saw the start of The Holocaust. The...

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