An axe wielding maniac is on the loose and he has the residents of the sleepy quiet rural community of Paddock County in his masked sights, chopping through them one by one as the police stand by and do nothing.
Directed by Bernard Rose the man that made creepy classic Paperhouse and the 2015 update of Frankenstein, Samurai Marathon also known as Samurai Marathon 1855, is an epic tale inspired by historical events about a time of great turmoil where Japans past and future collided.
Arnie said he’d be back, we just didn’t realise how often. As the 32nd Terminator film, Terminatrix VII: The Terminating hits cinemas we finally watch the original film, where James Cameron’s involvement was more than sitting in on a couple of story meetings and doing a bunch of press. Yes, before he left for his […]
For the first of our new format birthday picks we watch Sam’s choice, Dune. With Denis Villenueve currently deep into post-production on a big budget remake we return to the 1984 Lynch original to try and make sense of the plot, confront our childhood PTSD from that scene with the hand, and get into some […]
Missed us? After our annual unexepected hiatus we’re back with Logan’s Run, an unashamedly old-fashioned slice of ’70s sci-fi in which the plot is nebulous, the skirts are short, and the robots are absolutely awful.