“Before men there were the Elder Gods. Using magic mankind pushed them into another dimension locking them away for eternity. But they found a way back.”
There’s something a bit creepy about nuns isn’t there? I can’t figure out if it’s their predominantly black costumes, their strict demeanour or some repressed issue that I have with religion, but it feels like they are easily used as a tool for fear in film.
Having heard many things about The Endless my anticipation for the sci-fi horror film was well above average but I am happy to say this mind bending movie mind not disappoint.
‘Attack of the Adult Babies’ is the third feature from Mitchell-Brunt Films; the Yorkshire based husband and wife, directing/writing team that brought us the acclaimed, Before Dawn (2013) and Bait (2014). Attack of the Adult Babies is unlike anything they have produced before and a bold contrast from their previous cinematic outings.
Early on in the brilliant documentary by P. David Ebersole and Todd Hughes a title card appears saying ‘A true story based on rumor and hearsay.’ Although it may sound strange it is this element that makes Mansfield 66/67 such a fascinating and fantastic film because the truth is often stranger than fiction especially when […]