Monthly Archives: September 2010

Hit and Run (2009)

Hit and Run (2009) Some films are unbelievably stupid, which can either be a good or a bad thing, some films are brilliant in a glossy retarded way, and other films are just meh. Hit and Run is one of … Continue reading

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The Host / Gwoemul (2006)

The Host / Gwoemul (2006) Korea knows horror, but hell I’m not here to get political on your asses this is about escapism, gore, really bad jokes, and not a lot else. As far as I’m concerned whether it’s origin … Continue reading

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Leprechaun (1993)

Leprechaun (1993) One of the biggest debates of the 80’s and early 90’s – is it horror or comedy? Night of the Demons, Child’s Play – all of them cheesy, with ridonkulous plot arcs and with one liners that would … Continue reading

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The Blackout (2009)

The Blackout (2009) The creature feature. My one true love – and if you look at my back catalogue of exes, you’d believe how much I know about the subject – and indeed the concept of horror in general. From … Continue reading

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Death Ship (1980)

Death Ship (1980) Imagine being on a cruise ship in 1980 – it’s full of elderly ladies wearing sequin dresses with necklines that test your gag reflex just a little too much and men that are wearing outfits that would … Continue reading

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Backwoods (2008)

Backwoods (2008) Survival of the fittest/prettiest/Most bankable star in the woods – we’ve all seen the films haven’t we? Deliverance, Wrong Turn, Severance, The Hills Have Eyes (I’m talking original here NOT ridonkulous remake btw) – my point being it’s … Continue reading

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The Visitation (2006)

The Visitation (2006) I’m a fan of the Christian/religious based thriller/horror genre, without doubt. When it works it’s slick and interesting (The Omen, Rosemary’s Baby, The Gathering), when it misses it can be bland or mostly verging on the ridiculous … Continue reading

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