Whilst Mouchette certainly doesn't make for easy viewing there has never been a better time to experience Robert Bresson at the height of his powers
Review: Hatchet III (2013)
Whilst Hatchet III certainly won’t win any new fans and definitely doesn't add anything new, it is better than it really had any right to be and is superior to any number of Friday 13th/Halloween/Saw sequels you care to throw in Crowley’s path.
Review: Big Ass Spider! (2013)
Big Ass Spider is an almost entirely laugh free affair that misses the point of it's genre entirely, steer well clear.
Review: You're Next (2013)
Atmospheric and with just the right amount of jump scares to keep you on the edge of your seat from opening scenes, You’re Next is a thoroughly entertaining horror that deliver the goods.
Review: 47 Ronin (2013)
A normally decent cast is wasted in 47 Ronin, a film that only finds life in some half decent fight scenes.
PS4: First Weekend Hardware Impressions
Roobla's Paul Anderson gets to grips with the brand new PlayStation 4 and gives his views on his first weekend hardware impressions.
Review: Streets of Fire (1984)
Whilst its fun throughout there is a sense of missed opportunity about proceedings, with a few tweaks here and there this could have been a classic.
Review: Creepshow (1982)
Perhaps not the consistent work of excellence it should have been, Creepshow is certainly not without its charms.
Review: Devoured (2012)
Although Devoured shows early promise and certainly has some nice touches it just never really takes off.
Review: Riddick (2013)
Miss-firing on every level Riddick is a huge disappointment, packed with outdated clichés and lacking any of the charm Pitch Black carried with it back in 2000.
Review: Only God Forgives (2013)
Only God Forgives is a beautiful and provocative film that comes across like the anti Drive, Winding Refn won’t win any new fans with this but those who already appreciate the director will find a lot to like.
Review: 200 Motels (1971)
200 Motels is inaccessible and utterly ludicrous - but that's surrealism for you. Despite the fact that at times it feels like an in-joke that the audience aren’t part of there is fun to be had here.
Review: Possession (1981)
Possession is an under-appreciated and over-looked horror that also happens to contain one of Sam Neil’s finest performances.
Review: Defiance – Season One (2013)
Defiance is far from perfect and certainly not original but Defiance is entertaining throughout and a worthwhile experience for genre fans.
Review: Man of Steel (2013)
Moodier and darker than what has come before but also better in many ways, Man of Steel is great entertainment and absolutely epic.