Weekly Movie Roundup #3

Roxanne (1987) Steve Martin was in fine form for the most part but unfortunately he wasn’t enough to rescue Roxanne from mediocrity. He was charming, witty and had some great comedic scenes with Daryl Hannah but where Roxanne went wrong was about 30/40 minutes in. The opening was really good and had me chuckling often […]

2018 Yearly Movie Roundup

At the beginning of the 2018 I really didn’t know what to expect when I relaunched my blog as I had attempted to do it the previous year but fell behind and was always playing catch up so just knocked the project on the head. This year I was determined to make it the entire […]

Movie Review: Here Alone (2016)

Starring: Lucy Walters, Adam David Thompson and Gina Piersanti Directed by: Rob Blackhurst A woman is isolated in the middle of the woods as she tries to survive a mysterious epidemic that has killed off most of society. After yesterday’s tragic start to my month of movie watching I decided to watch another unknown, low […]

Movie Review: The Last Days on Mars (2013)

Starring: Liev Schreiber, Elias Koteas and Romola Garai Directed by: Ruairi Robinson Coming to the end of their manned mission on Mars a group of astronauts discover some form of bacteria as a sign of life on the planet. They soon realise the horrifying impact this bacteria can have on the human body. The only […]

Movie Review: Jigsaw (2017)

Starring: Tobin Bell, Matt Passmore and Laura Vandervoort Directed by: Michael and Peter Spierig 10 years after the infamous Jigsaw killer died, bodies start turning up around the city to imply a copycat killer until the clues left behind on the bodies point towards the deceased. I can’t believe it’s been 14 years since the […]

Movie Review: The Funhouse Massacre (2015)

Starring: Matt Angel, Renee Dorian and Jere Burns Directed by: Andy Palmer Six of the sickest psychopaths that have been kept in an asylum for the criminally insane escape and start terrorising an unsuspecting crowd attending a Halloween themed Funhouse inspired by their various reigns of terror. I don’t generally watch many slasher horror movies […]

September 2018…Movie Roundup

I’m almost certain I say this in every monthly review but I’ll say it again, I can’t believe another month has gone by so fast, we’ll soon be approaching both Christmas and 2019. September started off very poorly indeed but thankfully the month did improve as early on I watched the monstrosity that was Sharknado […]

Movie Review: The Rezort (2015)

Starring: Dougray Scott, Jessica De Gouw and Martin McCann Directed by: Steve Barker 10 years after a deadly virus outbreak that killed 2 billion people, survivors can pay to go an island known as The Rezort and kill some of the remaining zombies. The Rezort is a movie that I didn’t really have any expectations […]

Movie Review: Leatherface (2017)

Starring: Sam Strike, Vanessa Grasse and Stephen Dorff Directed by: Alexandre Bustillo and Julien Maury A group of teenagers escape from a mental hospital with a hostage in tow as they are being pursued by a vengeful sheriff. They start to run rampage through Texas as we bare witness to the origins of the legendary […]

Movie Review: The Colony (2013)

Starring: Kevin Zegers, Laurence Fishburne and Bill Paxton Directed by: Jeff Renfroe After a man made disaster kills off much of civilisation which leaves earth as a snowy, harsh wasteland forcing the remaining survivors to live in colonies underground. After experiencing difficulties communicating with Colony 5, three members of Colony 7 go and investigate to […]

Movie Review: Warm Bodies (2013)

Starring: Nicholas Hoult, Teresa Palmer and John Malkovich Directed by: Jonathan Levine During a zombie infection that has wiped out most of humanity R is an unusual zombie that saves a girl from an attack that he is part of. He has an urge to protect her and look after her while regaining some of […]

Movie Review: Sleepwalkers (1992)

Starring: Brian Krause, Mädchen Amick and Alice Krige Directed by: Mick Garris Charles Brady and his mother Mary are sleepwalkers, they are able to change their appearance and need to feed on young, pure women in order to stay alive. They have recently moved to a small town in Indiana and have hand picked high […]

Movie Review: Don’t Breathe (2016)

Starring: Stephen Lang, Jane Levy and Dylan Minnette Directed by: Fede Alvarez A group of thieves think they’re about to stumble on their biggest score to date. A blind man who lives in a deserted town who has a substantial amount of money from an out of court settlement when his daughter was killed. Little […]

Movie Review: The Autopsy of Jane Doe (2016)

Starring: Brian Cox, Emile Hirsch and Ophelia Lovibond Directed by: Andre Ovredal A father and son team of coroners receive an unidentified body with no apparent cause of death. Together they must find the cause of death and try and identify who the “Jane Doe” is but as they begin their work they discover the […]

Movie Review: Little Evil (2017)

Starring: Adam Scott, Evangeline Lilly and Bridget Everett Directed by: Eli Craig Gary has just married the beautiful Samantha and has become the step father to her child Lucas. Their relationship is a little strained to say the least as Gary suspects Lucas of being the Antichrist. This movie reminded me of Tucker and Dale […]

May 2018…Movie Roundup

We’re here again, another month down as the year just seems to be flying by. The month of May was certainly a mixed bag as towards the beginning I was feeling constantly disappointed with my movie choices but gradually the quality started improving and May turned into a pretty solid month. Good Will Hunting was […]

Movie Review: Happy Birthday to Me (1981)

Starring: Melissa Sue Anderson, Glenn Ford and Tracey E. Bregman Directed by: J. Lee Thompson It’s fast approaching Virginia’s birthday but in the build up to her big day her friends start mysteriously disappearing. It’s only when it’s the day of her birthday that the truth gets revealed and the whereabouts of her friends becomes […]

Movie Review: The Collector (1965)

Starring: Terence Stamp, Samantha Eggar and Mona Washbourne Directed by: William Wyler Freddie is a socially withdrawn bank clerk who has an obsession for art student Miranda. He wants her to love him the way he loves her so he decides to kidnap her and hold her prisoner in his cellar until she does. Last […]

Movie Review: Carrie (1976)

Starring: Sissy Spacek, John Travolta and Piper Laurie Directed by: Brian De Palma Carrie White is a shy recluse who struggles to make friends. Raised by her over bearing mother who is a crazed religious fanatic that has made Carrie the way she is. Carrie has the special gift of telekinesis and after being humiliated […]