Category Archives: Reviews

‘Salvador’: “Fear & Loathing in Central America”

Between 1980 and 1992, El Salvador was ravaged by a civil war between left-wing guerrilla groups and a right-wing military administration supported by the US government of the newly elected president, Ronald Reagan. Fearful that left-wing prominence would ensure the spread of Communism into North

A Series Of Unfortunate Events Season 1: Classic Film Kid

CONTAINS SPOILERS “A Series Of Unfortunate Events: one of the most miserable and dour collections of children’s books ever written. So please someone tell me why this is so incredibly entertaining”? Hey guys, and I’m back with another review. This time, I’m doing a review

‘Bad Samaritan’: and the sin of being entertaining

With the democratisation of filmmaking and the move to digital distribution, something refreshing is happening with American cinema. There has been a slow crawl away from New York and Los Angeles and out into ‘real America’.  Dean Devlin in his follow up to Geostorm, Bad Samaritan,

Frightfest 2018 – Pimped & Fright Fest

For horror fans up and down the UK, the highlight of the calendar is Frightfest and since its first-ever event back in 2000, it has gone down as one of our best-known film festivals, with a reputation that extends beyond our tiny little island and