Road Rash Reviews

Six Shooter Thirst Director and Lead Actor Interview

5 Star
Independent Film
We at Road Rash Reviews were lucky enough to see and review Thirst a South African feature film that was filmed on a minuscule budget, set around the events at the end of the 1991 Desert Storm. We follow best friends John McDaniels (Monré Aucamp) and Danny (Proetic) from high school through to their predicament in the desert…more

Charlotte Part 1 Review ****-

Cert 15 | 170 mins | 2017

4 stars of thrilling and funny drama. 
Charlotte Part 1 is a Japanese anime series produced by P.A. Works (Angel Beats) and Aniplex (Fullmetal Alchemist, Guilty Crown) and directed by Yoshiyuki Asai (Banner of the Stars).
“Think about others. When I did that I turned into someone else…”
Yuu Otosaka (Ray Chase – Final Fantasy XV) is a young student with a very…more

Another Mothers Son Review ****-

Cert 12 | 103 mins | 2017

4 Star
War, Occupation and Courage.
Another Mothers Son comes from director Christopher Menaul who in the past has directed some of our iconic TV series through the years (The Forsyte Saga, Prime Suspect, Minder, The Sweeney, Target). This Emmy Nominated director takes on the gritty tale of the second World War in the occupied Channel Islands that were forgotten by Churchill…more

Eat Locals Promo

EAT LOCALS: The Cast of Lock, Stock & Two Smoking Barrels reunite for Jason Flemyng’s Directorial Debut – Premiering at FrightFest 2017 

12th July 2017: London, UK – The Movie Partnership are pleased to announce that their star-studded Horror/Comedy Eat Locals, will be having its UK Premiere at this year’s FrightFest at The Prince Charles Cinema on 26th August.  
This will be the Directorial Debut for…more

Fairy Tail-Part 16 Review ****-

Cert 12 | 12 x 23 mins | 2014

4 Star
The Flip-side of the Great Magic Games.
A-1 Pictures bring us season seven of the ongoing story of the Fairy Tail magic guild, as they continue their battle against Fiore’s top magic guilds. We are in the thick of it now as plans are afoot to rid the world of Zeref and the dragon Acnologia.
Finally Gajeel gets back from the…more

The Anthem of the Heart Review ****-

Cert PG | 119 mins | 2017

4 stars of heartwarming, uplifting anime.
The Anthem of the Heart (Beautiful Word, Beautiful World) is a Japanese animation directed by Tatsuyuki Nagai (Toradora!) and produced by anime studio A-1 Pictures (Your Lie In April, Sword Art Online).
“Daddy’s a prince! Of course the princess wasn’t you, but… did you miss the ball because you were cooking?”
Jun Naruse (Inori Minase) is a…more

Belladonna of Sadness Review **---

Cert 15 | 93 mins | 1973

2 stars of disquieting and dated “almost animation”.
Belladonna of Sadness was first released in 1973 and is based on the novel La Sorciere (Satanism and Witchcraft) by Jules Michelet. This film adaptation was brought to us by anime studio Mushi Production and directed by Eiichi Yamamoto.
“I’ll give anything if someone would save me, even my soul…”
The film opens with the…more

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