Road Rash Reviews

My Soul To Take DVD Review **---

Cert 18 | 96 mins | 2011

I have awarded this film 2 stars. This is a Wes Craven film, and that does become obvious pretty quickly. It has all the hallmarks of his recent work (Scream, mostly) and feels more than anything like a long lost member of the Scream franchise.
Although this is an 18 certificate it seems to be more of a psychological thriller than…more

Airline Disaster DVD Release Review ***--

Cert 15 | 89 mins | 2011

Well folks, no prizes for guessing what this one’s about then. I am giving this film 3 stars, because in spite of what I am going to say about it, there is no denying that it was thoroughly enjoyable and I haven’t laughed that much in ages.
And therein may well lie the problem, because I am 99% sure that this…more

Diary Of A Wimpy Kid – DVD Release Review ***--

Cert PG | 88 mins | 2011

This film is actually better than I expected it to be. I have given it 3 stars, not because I think it is ever going to be a classic, but because it does what it says on the tin.
The film is based on the best selling book written by Jeff Kinney and tells the story of a young boy going…more

Skyline Review *****

Cert 15 | 92 mins | 2011

Alien invasion films do not come better than this first instalment of Skyline from the Brothers Strause.
Skyline jumps straight in with blue lights descending into the city streets waking the populace from their slumber, those that view the light are immediately effected by the alien lights, but short exposure seems not to effect people permanently.
This film is centred around the…more

Terry Review *****

Cert 18 | 82 mins | 2011

This is Nick Neverns first foray into directing, and he has jumped in with both feet as the star and the writer.
This is a real-life film with a script that could have come off any street corner or any boozer on a Friday or Saturday night. I was slightly confused at the start as the star Terry (Nick Nevern) looks…more

Zebra Crossing film review *****

Cert 18 | 92 mins | 2011

Written and directed by Sam Howard.
Starring Lee Turnbull (Shameless), Greg Wakeham, Aaron White, Kyle Treslove and Kathryn O’Reilly
Set in South London present day. London looks stark filmed in black and white and that’s how the rest of the film is portrayed as four friends living in the tower blocks take on the rest of the world.
This is a down to…more


First off let me say that I have not played this game on-line, so this is purely an off-line review, but I have put in about 200 hours of play time.
With this I’m giving TDU2, 4 1/2 stars and a cold cup of tea rating, the tea comes from “oh I’ll just do this bit of road, then doh, cold…more

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