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Closing this year’s FrightFest with a sellout show Big Bad Wolves is a tale of revenge and what it does to the soul, a tale of masculinity in the modern age, a tale of paranoia and prejudice. To put it simply Big Bad Wolves is an astounding cinematic achievement and most definitely one of the [...]
Make no mistake Big Bad Wolves is one of the best film of 2013 and not just because Quentin “hire a poster quote” Tarantino says so but because its true. Tense, thrilling, exciting and engaging it is a tour de force of film making that transcends genre’s packed to the roof with power house performances. [...]
Out now A Magnificent Haunting tells the story of Pietro (Elio Germano) who spends his evenings working nightshifts in a local bakery. He has just moved to Rome and has big dreams of becoming a successful actor. He finds a very beautiful old apartment, which despite being in need of a little repair has an [...]
For many the repairing of director Nicolas Winding Refn and actor Ryan Gosling after the hugely successful Drive made Only God Forgives a guaranteed must see but not for me. Apart from the amazing opening sequence for me the 2011 film was an utter disappointment. Part poor man’s Driver remake and part wannabe art house [...]
I was intrigued by pretty much every aspect of Darkest Hour when it was released in the cinemas. And then when it was given a home release, the intrigue was still there. It’s a bit strange then that it has taken me this long to finally get around to watching it and stranger still that [...]
UK TV premiere for Rabies, from Big Bad Wolves directors Ahron Keshales & Navat Papushado plus Horror Channel spreads a little evil on Christmas Day with the Network premiere of Christmas Evil and there are network premieres for Bruce Campbell’s My Name is Bruse and Glenn McQuaid’s I Sell the Dead. !–more–> In Israel’s first [...]
December 4, 2013 Horror Features