Sunday Night Slashers Vol. 11; The Final Destination

For people not familiar with the franchise, the title for this one is a bit confusing. The Final Destination franchise is made up of 5 movies made from 2000 through to 2011, with the very first one being called Final Destination, followed by Final Destination 2 and Final Destination 3, and the franchise ending with […]

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Sunday Night Slashers Vol. 9: American Mary

Every now and again you’ll get a film come along which while you’re watching you keep thinking… “Wow this is pretty bad” BUT you won’t stop watching it, you’ll ignore everything else going on around you and you’ll very likely watch it again. This is one of those films, and I’m really glad I just […]

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Sunday Night Slashers Vol. 5: House of 1,000 Corpses

For me, the release of House of 1,000 Corpses was a special addition to the cinematic world. By that time I had been a long time horror fan already but on top of that, for the previous few years I’d also discovered metal music and had become a big fan of Rob Zombie and his […]

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Sunday Night Slashers Vol. 4: Anaconda

The movie for this week is a reminder that Sunday Night Slashers is just a name for this feature… A name I enjoy for the horror genre as slashers are for me m absolute favorite sub-genre, but not every movie is going to be a slasher. Today we’ve got a creature feature focusing on a […]

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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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Nerd News: Zack Snyder’s Army of the Dead on Netflix Trailer Reaction

I totally missed that this thing was happening… How the hell did I miss that! As you might know from my recent review I wasn’t a huge fan of the Snyder cut when it comes to the Justice League, but I think that was more of a Justice League thing rather than a Snyder thing… […]

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17 Easter Eggs in Disney’s Moana Which You Might Have Missed

It has been well documented over the years that the animators for Disney love a good Easter egg – that is something within a movie which gives a nod or reference to something else (usually in this case another Disney movie or staff). In the past some of these have been controversial and caused a […]

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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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Nerd News: Rob Zombie to Direct New Munsters Movie for Universal

If you know anything about Rob Zombie, besides the fact that he’s an incredible film maker (with that one little hiccup when he made Lords of Salem), it’s that he’s a life long Munsters fan. So this news really doesn’t come as a big surprise. It seems, according to a report by Murphy’s Multiverse that […]

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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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Sarahs Story to Toby at the Start of Labyrinth

At the start of the film Sarah tells Toby a story, and it’s a story which seems to become far more familiar as the movie continues. It’s not necessarily a direct echo of her own existence but you can certainly see the parallels between this short story and the rest of the movie as it […]

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The Words Sarah Must Recite in the Labyrinth to Defeat Jareth

There is a speech which Sarah gives at the start of the film and it is the same one which she must recite again at the end of the film in order to defeat Jareth and be free of the labyrinth, however there is a difference between the two speeches, as she leaves out the […]

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Nerd News: Godzilla Vs Kong Full Trailer Reaction

This was a bit of an annoying one as I haven’t been able to get back to it yet. I wrote a reaction post to the teaser trailers a few days ago and on the same day as I wrote those the full trailer was actually released so my post was a bit behind the […]

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Nerd News: Godzilla vs. Kong Teaser Trailer Reaction

I want to start by just giving the absolute initial thought that popped in to my head when I saw the first teaser for the first time! “Holy crap” That was it… nothing more, nothing less – we start by seeing Kong first, and I have to say, he looks absolutely incredible! I think that […]

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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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Bill’s (David Carradine) Superman Monologue in Kill Bill Vol. 2

Just in case you have some how still never seen these films – spoiler alert! This monologue comes when the bride finally catches up to Bill and he has a very interesting way of describing to her, who she really is and what it was she was trying to achieve. Using super heroes and showing […]

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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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Nerd News: Joseph Kosinski to Direct Twister Reboot?

According to Vanity, Joseph Kosiniski is in talks with Universal and Frank Marshall who is producing the venture. Although if they change the story completely is it really a Twister reboot, or just a nee disaster movie? Nothing has been confirmed about the movie yet as they’re still looking for a writer. Personally I think […]

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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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Nerd News: This Weeks Secret Sofa Event is Baz Luhrmann’s Moulin Rouge

If you haven’t heard yet, Secret Cinema are trying to keep everyone busy and sane at the moment by running pseudo secret cinema events which you can run for yourself and by yourself in your very own home. Transforming your own living room in to a part of the movie watching experience. I love the […]

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