Road Rash Reviews

Human Desire [1954] (Masters of Cinema) Dual Format Review ****-

Cert PG | 91 mins | 1954

4 Star
What Will You Do For Passion?
Based on the novel “La Bête Humaine” – by Emile Zola, The Sin of Father Mouret) this is the third incarnation of the novel and directed by the legendary Fritz Lang (Metropolis, Der Mude Tod, Spione, M, Moonfleet, Journey to the Lost City). Human Desire is a tale of what will you do and…more

Picnic [1956] (Eureka Classics) Review *****

Cert U | 115 mins | 1956

5 Star
Shirt Ripping Romance.
Eureka Classics bring us a true classic in this 1956 Academy Award winning film. Risqué at the time of release but nowadays you would see more on a Friday night soap opera. Taken from the stage-play by William Inge of the same name, and Joshua Logan (Sayonara, South Pacific, Paint Your Wagon) takes this tale of wants…more

Videoman Review ***--

Cert 18 | 94 mins | 2019

3 stars of bizarre but enjoyable Swedish Giallo film.
Videoman is released as part of the Frightfest presents collection from Signature Entertainment. It is written and directed by Kristian A. Söderström and is his feature directorial debut. It is presented here in Swedish with English subtitles.
“Nowadays, attention is more quantity than quality. As long as I’ve got a place where I’m not replaceable,…more

Spirits In The Dark Review ****-

70 mins | 2019

4 star
Highly atmospheric found-footage style horror / mystery.
Spirits In The Dark is the latest production from Hungarian filmmaker / director / star József Gallai (Bodom, Moth, A Guidebook To Killing Your Ex).
Hitting the festival circuit in 2019, VOD and DVD releases are confirmed for sometime in 2019 and the film will also be released on VOD and DVD worldwide by Wild Eye…more

A Star Is Born Review *****

Cert 15 | 136 mins | 2019

5 stars for this stunning remake of a classic American story.
A Star Is Born is the astonishing directorial debut by Bradley Cooper (Silver Linings Playbook, American Hustle), who also co-writes alongside Will Fetters (Remember Me) and Eric Roth (Forrest Gump) as well as starring in the lead role.
“Look, talent comes everywhere, but having something to say and a way to say it…more

Crucible of the Vampire Review ***--

Cert 15 | 90 mins | 2019

3 stars of old school British horror flick.
Crucible of the Vampire is written by Darren Lake, John Wolskel (I Bought a Vampire Motorcycle) and Ian Ross-McNamee (I Saw Black Clouds).
“This is interesting. There appears to be an original inscription on the side of the cauldron, but someone’s scratched it out.”
Isabelle (Katie Goldfinch – Lucid, Shadows) is a young museum curator. They…more

Ramel Carter (Short) Review ****-

Cert Unknown, YouTube | 30 mins | 2018

4 Star
Love, Honour and Action.
People fight hard to get a film made, non more than an independent production crew on their first project. Directs and acts, does the special effects, camera and electrics and edits, first timer Chris Greene (Alex Riley) does a sterling job of Louie Pizzle‘s story. Ramel Carter is a fast paced action short that has plenty of Martial…more

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