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Darren Gaskell

Darren is a writing machine, producing content for a range of channels. You can catch more of his content at The Strange Colour Of Deej's Reviews and The Horrocist. You can also follow him on Twitter.

The Owners (2020) Review

Friends Nathan (Ian Kenny), Terry (Andrew Ellis) and Gaz (Jake Curran) think there’s a quick and easy score to be made by breaking into the house of well-to-do local couple Richard and Ellen Huggins (Sylvester McCoy and Rita Tushingham) while they’re out but things start to go awry when the safe in the house can’t […]Read More

Death Ranch (2020) Review

Tennessee, 1971. On the run from the police, Brandon Cobbs (Deiondre Teagle) meets up with sister Angela (Faith Monique) and big brother Clarence (Travis Cutner) and the three of them head for an abandoned ranch, a “perfect hideout” where they intend to lay low for until the intensity of the manhunt dies down a little.Read More

The Host (2020) Review

*** THIS REVIEW CONTAINS SPOILERS *** Frustrated with his lot, London banker Robert Atkinson (Mike Beckingham) decides to borrow some money from his place of work. The problem is that the money he’s borrowed is from a new customer and subsequently losing it all – and then some – at a poker table isn’t really […]Read More

She Dies Tomorrow (2020) Review

Given that Amy (Kate Lyn Sheil) has just moved into a new home, you’d think she’d be excited about the future but that couldn’t be further from the truth as Amy is utterly convinced she has no future. In fact, she is almost totally consumed by the unshakeable feeling that she is going to die […]Read More

Relic (2020) Review

Edna (Robyn Nevin), the widowed matriarch of a family, goes missing. Daughter Kay (Emily Mortimer) and granddaughter Sam (Bella Heathcote) travel to the remote homestead, hoping to find her somewhere in the surrounding area. Before long, Edna reappears of her own accord, but she’s barefoot, covered in mud and unwilling – or unable – to […]Read More

Happy Face (2018) Review

In order to cope with his mother’s failing health and its effect that her condition will come to have on her appearance, Stan (skilfully portrayed by Robin L’Houmeau) dons a disguise and infiltrates a series of therapy sessions for people with facial disfigurements. It’s not long before he’s found out but as he’s about to […]Read More