Road Rash Reviews

Green Room Review ****-

Cert 18 | 95 mins | 2015

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4 Star
Mohawk’s, Machetes and Mayhem.
From burgeoning writer/director  Jeremy Saulnier (Blue Ruin) comes a dark tale, that pulls you in and scares the socks off you.
Road-weary punk band the Ain’t Rights find themselves in a maize field as the driver Tiger (Callum Turner, Queen & Country) had fallen asleep in the night and now they find themselves without fuel, but luckily…more

Early Murnau – Five Films 1921-1925 Review ****-

Cert PG | 433 mins | 1921-1925

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4 Star
Drama, Intrigue and Inter-titles.
Eureka bring us #140-144 in their Masters of Cinema’s collection taking us all the way back to the roaring 20’s (1920’s that is), they bring us 5 of the early surviving films of Murnau (Nosferatu). All painstakingly restored with the inter-titles translated from the original German. The films are Schloβ Vogelöd, Phantom, Die Finanzen des groβherzogs,…more

Dead-End Drive-In Review ***--

Cert 18 | 88 mins | 1986

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3 stars for this outrageously Eighties cult classic.
Dead-End Drive-In is directed by Brian Trenchard- Smith (BMX Bandits, Night of the Demons 2), a key figure in the Ozploitation movement and set in Australia in a dystopian future.
Following a nuclear incident and a riot killing thousands of people, the government of Australia have invoked emergency powers. The world is now a…more

The Commitments 25th Anniversary Blu-ray Review *****

Cert 15 | 118 mins | 1991

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5 Star
Urban-Decay, Aspirations and Soul.
BAFTA winner and Oscar nominated film by Alan Parker (Evita, Mississippi Burning, Angel Heart), The Commitments comes of age as it hits 25 years since it hit the silver screen. This film changed the way we look at a musical film and was so fresh and hard hitting as the soul comes from the grime…more

The Glass Key 1942 Review ****-

Cert PG | 86 mins | 1942

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4 stars for this gripping film noir drama.
The Glass Key was originally released in 1942, the golden era of film noir. It is based on the novel by Dashiell Hammett (The Maltese Falcon, The Thin Man) and directed by Stuart Heisler (The Lone Ranger, The Star).
“If you must be a nit wit, don’t go around with a megaphone!”
It tells us…more

The Bush Knife: The Rise, Official Trailer

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Be Afraid
Be Very Afraid.
For a wronged man will bring the justice to you.
This is the official trailer for the 2017 release coming from South Africa. It’s a vigilante film and has finally hit the internet.
It is the work from EMN Studios and Bravospan Productions under the directorial guidance of Renaldo Kell. Press the link to get the story from Renaldo…more

Paths of Glory Blu-ray Release *****

Cert PG | 88 mins | 1957/8

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5 Star
Early Stanley Kubrick Genius!
Paths of Glory is hitting the small screen, as we hit the 100th Anniversary of the start of the First World War.
Beautifully restored this 1957 Black and White War film shows the struggles of the French army against the Hun, fought across the no-man’s land where a hundred yards gain may take 100,000 men, but…more

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