Alex Humphrey

Alex studied film at the University of Kent and went on to work for Universal Pictures in their Post Room gaining an inside look at the movie industry from the very bottom. Constantly writing reviews in everything from local magazines to Hip Hop sites Alex honed his critical skills even spending a brief period as a restaurant critic. Read more


Bachelor Party in the Bungalow of the Damned (2008)

Film titles are important. The name of the film can either tell you everything about the movie your about to watch – Texas Chainsaw Massacre, American Werewolf in London – or absolutely nothing – Martin, Cube . Some are explicitly elucidatory – The Birds, The Fog – and others cryptically enticing – Halloween, The Evil Dead. Bachelor […]Read More


Blood: The Last Vampire (2009)

A live-action film of the original anime of the same name, Blood: The Last Vampire is a high kicking, head chopping, demon-fest with plenty of gore and entertainment to keep any horror fan happy. Set in 1970’s Tokyo, the film follows Saya (Gianna Jun) a 400-year-old samurai sword-wielding daughter of a demon hunter, dressed as […]Read More


Staunton Hill (2009)

It must be hard having a famous dad. Growing up in his shadow, wanting to make him proud, looking up to his success, and every day meeting people who say “Are you related to..?” That’s how it must have been for poor little Cameron Romero the spawn of the king of the zombies himself, George […]Read More

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Horsemen (2009)

It is safe to say that Se7en changed the face of thrillers forever. Post this misspelled twisted tale of a serial killer with a mission, the cops on his trail and a whole host of very nasty deaths every thriller looks, feels and attempts to emulate its dark disturbing vision all to varying degrees of […]Read More


Doghouse (2009)

Opening with intros to the main characters, comedy horror Doghouse follows a group of geezers who take their recently divorced mate Vince (This is England’s Stephen Graham, playing less ‘fascist’ and more ‘melancholy’) on a lads weekend away in the English countryside. Up for a fun time of football, f-ing and blinding, booze and most […]Read More


Triangle (2009)

As a horror debut you couldn’t get a more chilling calling card than Creep, the movie which introduced us to the talents of British director and screenwriter Christopher Smith, and made us all totally terrified of the tube. His follow-up was the slightly more jovial, but much more gory, Severance which saw Danny Dyer running around […]Read More