Sunday Night Slashers Vol. 8: Splatter

Today we have something a little bit different and a lot shorter… This review isn’t going to be very long because the video isn’t very long which makes it perfect for a quick watch late on a Sunday Night if you want to have a bit of a giggle – but I hope you have […]

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Sunday Night Slashers Vol. 7: Hostel

Let me first apologize profusely for missing a week last week! I will be honest that I totally forgot and I have to blame Netflix. First I found that there was a new Master of the Universe cartoon so I binge watched that. Then I binged the first season of American Vandal which was amazing, […]

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Sunday Night Slashers Vol. 3: The Cabin in the Woods

Ok ok, so I’m a couple of weeks late with this one and I do apologise! Not the best start to this series for which I have at least 50 installments planned is it! I have been on vacation for a few weeks and as it’s been some time away with a toddler, it didn’t […]

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Sunday Night Slashers Vol. 2: A Nightmare on Elm street

It’s week 2 of the Sunday Night Slashers series, and given that I’ve named the series after my favorite sub-genre of horror, the slasher, I don’t know why I didn’t start with this one. When you think of a good old fashioned slasher, one from the glory days of the genre in the late 70’s […]

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Army of the Dead Review

When I first heard about this movie, to say I was excited is an understatement – the zombie movie genre is probably my absolute favourite to be honest and it’s one of those genres where, when you’re a fan, you know that your expectations are never super high. There are SO many zombie films and […]

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Justice League: The Snyder Cut Review

I have to say that I’m more of a Marvel guy myself and even then I’m by no means fanatical about it. I just always felt that Marvel are good at making their movies cleaner, brighter, funnier and just generally more watchable than DC. I do understand that DC is a much darker brand (although […]

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Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark Review

When I remembered that this film existed I was actually looking for the third season of Stranger Things, which I’ve sadly not yet seen as I don’t have Netflix, so Amazon Prime suggested I might enjoy Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark… And it wasn’t wrong! If you’re looking for Stranger Things and want […]

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Dragon Rider Review

Just in time for the half term here in the UK (not that the kids have been at school to be able to enjoy a break from), Sky cinema have released their own animated movie and for now at least it’s a Sky exclusive. The easiest way to describe it in a nut shell is […]

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Apocalypse of Ice Review

WOW! What an absolute pile of dung… It’s really no wonder that this film has started getting a viral following, purely based on how terrible it is. The reviews for this thing pretty much across the board have been awful, and I mean, mine isn’t going to be any better… Having said that – all […]

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Die Hard 2: Die Harder Review

In our home we have two entertainment based traditions, with the first being that we watch the Big Fat Quiz of the Year just after Christmas, and the second being that over the festive period we’ll have a Die hard movie marathon… We fit in as many as we can, and the most we’ve managed […]

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Tales from the Lodge Review

I saw this on Amazon Prime where they described it as a film about a group of friends pushing 40…  Uhmmmm let’s start with the fact that 50 year old Johnny Vegas is in this film and go with another description I found about a group of 40 something year old friends…  We’re a bit […]

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Ready Or Not Review

I looked at watching this a few times as it has been on Sky Cinema for a few weeks now and for some reason I just kept putting it off. From the description of the movie to the cast it doesn’t look overly enticing. It’s a film about a girl who marries in to a […]

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Bloodshot Review

Wow… where to begin with this one – and sadly I don’t mean that in the good way! I’m usually quite a big fan of Vin Diesel movies, but this one was pretty close to absolute garbage. I actually thought that I would struggle to write a non-spoiler review but to be fair they do […]

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IT: Chapter 2 Review

After Pennywise was defeated in the first movie by the Losers club – a close knit group of outcasts for one reason or another, the kids grew up and most of them moved away to start their adult lives as risk assessors, authors, comedians and all sorts of other grown up things. One loser (Mike) […]

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Inmate #1: The Rise of Danny Trejo Review

Let me kick this off nice and simple for anyone who doesn’t want to read the whole thing and just needs that little push over the edge to watch this thing… Do it! This is absolutely the best documentary I have watched and if I could give it more than 5 out of 5 stars […]

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Stuber Review

This came up on Sky Cinema just a few days ago and we were looking for a short film to watch before bed, so we actually didn’t have particularly high hopes. I do quite like Dave Bautista… I don’t think he’s necessarily the best actor in the world but he is damn funny and is […]

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Jay and Silent Bob Reboot Review

I like 2001’s Jay and Silent Bob Strike Back, it’s a great early 2000’s style of stoner silliness which we don’t see so much of any more these days. When did the juvenile pot smoking, beer chugging toilet humor from the likes of Dude Where’s my Car, American Pie, Road Trip and of course Jay […]

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From Hell Review

I don’t know why I haven’t reviewed this sooner as it’s one of my favourite films from way back in 2001… Come to think of it I need to re-watch Summer of Sam some time soon too! Considering this film is almost 20 years old, it has aged really well and as it doesn’t need […]

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Alita: Battle Angel Review

This movie, directed by the one and only Robert Rodriguez is based on the film Battle Angel (which in turn was an animated adaptation of the Gunnm manga series), and there’s always a worry that the films won’t deliver in these circumstances. Manga has a very specific style to not only the way it looks […]

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Crawl Review

Who doesn’t like a good creature feature film? Whether it’s a straight up monster or something far more seated in reality like a good shark flick or like in this case a crocodilian based feature! This movie was directed by the director of the Hills have Eyes and Piranha 3d (so he knows what to […]

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Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker (Spoiler Free) Review

This review is spoiler free as long as you have managed to remain in a cave and avoid the posters and trailers. This review will not reveal anything which is not revealed in the trailer below… So you’re safe, if like me you were late to the party in being able to see this hugely […]

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