Another release from StudioCanal’s stupendous Hammer Horror series, Blood from the Mummy’s Tomb may not be familiar to many but the name of the author whose story The Jewel of the Seven Stars it is an adaptation of most definitely will be being that it is by the father of Dracula himself Bram Stoker.
An entertaining slice of supernatural samurai cinema with a great central performance from Meiko Kaji, Blind Woman’s Curse is well worth a look for anyone with an eye for freaky fight filled cult films.
Opening with an amazing first person fight scene where the central character Sook-hee (Kim Ok-bin from Chan-wook Park’s terrific Thirst) shoots, knives and punches her way through a whole host of hoods, South Korean director Byung-gil Jung sets the tone and pace of his amazing action flick all before we see the title card.
Striking from start to finish Norbert Keil’s Replace was one of the standout films from FrightFest 2017 blending beautiful haunting imagery with an intriguing plot that twists and turns its way around until all is finally revealed to the audience and the central character of Kira played brilliantly by Rebecca Forsythe.
Many times throughout history within art, science and all other human endeavors it has often been the case that the first time something is done it isn’t always the best time. One can picture the first cave man to create fire probably set alight his whole family and let’s not forget that penicillin, Velcro, the […]