Road Rash Reviews

Lancaster Skies Review and Interview with Andy and Callum Burn *****

Cert PG | 98 mins | 2019

5 Star
The Roar of Engines, The Creak of Leather and The Scream of Bombs Away.
In the true style of #IndependentFilm Andrew Burn and his son Callum have toiled long and hard to bring their film Lancaster Skies to the cinemas (see showings list below and our interview with the brothers). Lancaster Skies is a World War II tale that is…more

Next of Kin Review ***--

Cert 18 | 89 mins | 1982

3 stars of solid ozploitation horror mystery.
Next of Kin was originally released in 1982 and is available on Blu-ray for the first time in the UK courtesy of Second Sight. It is written by Michael Heath (Death Warmed Over) and Tony Williams (Solo), who also directs.
“Don’t go digging into the past Linda, it’s gone, forget it.”
Linda (Jacki Kerin – Finders…more

Lifechanger Review ****-

Cert 15 | 84 mins | 2019

4 star brilliant new take on shapeshifter horror.
Lifechanger is written and directed by Justin McConnell (Broken Mile, Skull World) and is presented here as part of the Frightfest Presents series from Signature Entertainment.
“I take people. Their voice, their shape, their look, their memories. Their hopes and dreams, everything that makes somebody who they are.”
Life changer is a very unusual and…more

Wheels on Meals [Eureka Classics] Review ****-

Cert 15 | 108 mins | 1984

4 Star
The Golden Trio in Barcelona.
Following on from their great releases of Jackie Chan films, Eureka Classics (Police Story 1 & 2, Project A and Project A Part 2) continues with the restored classic Martial Arts film Wheels on Meals. With director Samo Hung (Blade of Fury, Once Upon a Time in China and America) also starring in this high…more

Irma La Douce (Masters of Cinema) Blu-ray Review ****-

Cert 15 | 147 mins | 1963

4 Star
Epic Love on the Streets of Paris.
Eureka’s Masters of Cinema have done it again with another of Billy Wilder‘s (Witness for the Prosecution, The Private Life of Sherlock Holmes, Stalag 17,  The Apartment) classic films. Irma la Douce is a long film for a comedy, but in our opinion it is just right for the story and the running…more

Sink the Bismark Blu-ray Review ****-

Cert U | 97 mins | 1960

4 Star
The Battle that Needed Fighting.
For the first on Blu-ray in the UK, Eureka Classics totally live up to their name with this Lewis Gilbert (Reach for the Sky, Alfie, You Only Live Twice, The Spy Who Loved Me, Shirley Valentine) WWII re-enactment of one of the most important sea battles of the early stages of the world wide conflict.…more

Evil Dead 2 4K Review *****

Cert 15 | 85 mins | 2019

5 star restoration of this Eighties cult classic.
Evil Dead 2 was first released in 1987 and is written by Scott Spiegel (The Rookie) and Sam Raimi (Spiderman, Oz the Great and Powerful), who also directs.
It has enjoyed a full restoration making it more gloriously gory than ever and is available on 4K Ultra HD for the first time courtesy of…more

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