Road Rash Reviews

The Bruvs Review ****-

Cert 18 | 2-3 mins | 2014-

4  Star
Blood is Thicker than Skulls.
The Bruvs comes from the minds of Ian Brown (Joe and Caspar Hit the Road) and Eoin Clarke (1300cc) and is directly aimed at the adult audience. Ian tells RRR about The Bruvs.
The films feature a family of East London villains trying to go straight in a new home in Essex – and failing big…more

StormFront Part 1 Review

4 Star
OST gets a Rebirth.
From Shadowstorm Studios comes their first part of the newest ship in Starfleet the Melbourne, Captained by Nathan T. Cooper (Michael Sylvester). Written and directed by Jeremy Minard (Hidden Fear).
The U.S.S. Melbourne is in battle with other Starfleet ships, firing its torpedoes and taking out nacelles and cutting off saucer sections before the ships explode.
The…more

Leftovers/ Geride Kalanlar – (Short Film) Review *****

Cert TBC | 12:40 mins | 2017 (Festival Circuit)

5 Star
A Tale of Truth and Consequences.
From writer, director, producer, cinematographer and editor Tofiq Rzayev (The Girl in the Woods, In a Time for Sleep) comes the next short from this young prolific filmmaker. Once again he has nailed the art of the short film that delivers a stunning story. That delivers a huge emotional and physical impact on…more

Max Payne Retribution Trailer Review

Indie Fan Film
Trailer
Hits
Out
at
the
World!
RRR’s friend and Director Leroy Kincaide launches the Official Trailer for the long awaited Max Payne Retribution Fan Film. Its full of the Max Payne action we love, along with a dark and chilling thriller vibe which is very intriguing and perfectly timed for Halloween, especially with some hints of devil worship.
Leroy wanted to keep the game’s…more

In a Time for Sleep (Short) Review ****-

Cert Unknown 15 suggested | 15 mins | 2016

4 Star
Men, Women and Rash Decisions.
Director, writer, cinematographer and editor Tofiq Rzayer (The Girl in the Woods, Aftermath) brings us his third offering for Angry Student Films.
In a Time for Sleep (Bir Uyku Vakti) is a short film that drags you in from the start. We see Layla (Goknur Danishik) laying out her heart to her boyfriend Arda (Mehmet Fatih…more

Seize the Night (Short) Review ****-

Cert 15 | 13 mins | 2015

4 Star
Fangs, Claws and Secret Government Factions.
Award winning director, producer and editor Emma Dark (Island of the Blind Dead) shines a light into the dark recesses of the horror genre and gets a bright reflection of those long vampire fangs. Emma steps boldly into the male dominated directing career with this action-horror that battles vampire against werewolf and government secret…more

The Recovery (Short) Review ****-

Cert 18 | 43 mins | 2016

4 Star
Beer, Gambling and Katana’s.
Director/co-writer Aj Singh (We Are Soldier) has brought us a great film that gives its cast a chance to show off their burgeoning talents as well as his growing talent of martial artist, photographer, fight choreographer, cinematographer and stills photographer. 
Monica (Stephanie Riviere) is sick of her boyfriend’s behaviour. Her bags are packed and  the taxi is…more

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