Category Archives: brit horror

Tower Block (2012)

Gentrification seems to be the new buzz word these days for a very old way of doing things. It’s a great and lovely sounding way of saying ‘’We don’t want your kind round here anymore’’, whether ‘’your kind’’ is the … Continue reading

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In the Flesh (TV Series 2013-2014)

Zombies. Man, aren’t we overloaded with the undead these days? Shuffling through the mire of pop culture and clogging up the place with their decomposition, and brain hungry antics, it’s getting a little passé even for the most die hard … Continue reading

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Blooded (2011)

Blood sports are a divisive subject, and one that spans class, gender and location, all over the world. Badger baiting, fox hunting, deer stalking, snaring rabbits and other domestic animals, dog, cock, or bull fighting are all considered enjoyable, even … Continue reading

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After … (2006)

Recently, a gathering of the world’s nations occurred; not to discuss, the important issues facing world leaders today, like poverty, war, or climate change, but, to participate in a glorified, snowy sports day, in Russia of all locations. Russia, whose … Continue reading

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Wilderness (2006)

There’s something about the justice system that just will never work. Juvenile offenders are an excellent example of the hazards of low budgets, and overcrowding. Kids that made stupid mistakes, or who are the products of abusive upbringings, will have … Continue reading

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