Why I Love: The Invasion

‘The Invasion’ is the fourth and most recent screen adaptation of Jack Finney’s 1954 novel ‘The Body Snatchers’ (retitled ‘Invasion of the Body Snatchers’ for its 1956 cinema release, ostensibly...
4.0

Movie Review: Creepy

After he is almost killed by an escaped psychopath, police detective Takakura (Hidetoshi Nishijima) gives up his career in Tokyo to become a university lecturer, teaching criminal psychology. But when he and...
5.0

Blu-Ray Review: 80,000 Suspects

New Year's Eve will never be the same again after a smallpox epidemic erupts in the city of Bath, cutting a deadly swathe through its terrified inhabitants. Dr Steven Monk (Richard Johnson) is the first to...
2.5

Movie Review: Gore Orphanage

‘Gore Orphanage’s writer and producer Cody Knotts had already told me the movie was a mixture of a local legend and the story of British schoolgirl-turned-murderess Mary Bell, so I had a very good idea who...
3.0

Movie Review: Faraway

When a young American girl called Audrey (Dana Jamison) arrives in the Philippines to hunt down the mythical kingdom of the Diwata (a race of Gods who weave stories that manipulate the fates of man) she...
5.0

Blu-Ray Review: The Other

When Hollywood leading man Tom Tryon (I Married A Monster from Outer Space, The Cardinal) realised the roles were drying up, he decided to write a book. That book, The Other, was a gothic psychological horror...
5.0

DVD Review: Hardware

A mysterious man wearing a wide-brimmed hat and breathing apparatus walks the red hot desert wastes of a post-apocalyptic Earth. He is a Nomad and he finds a metal skull buried in the sand, a few feet away...