Road Rash Reviews

Death of a Gentleman DVD Review and now Interview ****-

Cert Exempt | 99 mins | 2015

4 Star Cricket Scandal that will Knock you for Six.
 Directors Johnny Blank, Sam Collins and Jarrod Kimber bring us a deeply shocking insight into modern cricket around the world and it will shock to the core any and all true cricket fans, young or old.
Cricket, the quintessential English summer game, the sound of leather on willow, the sun beating down…more

Sharknado 3: Oh Hell No ****-

Cert 15 | 93 mins | 2015

4 Star
Oh Hell Yeah!
Anthony C. Ferrante (Scream of the Banshee) brings us the third instalment of his mental series of films about hapless hungry Elasmobranchii (Sharks). His franchise is now so big everybody that is a somebody wants to be in this film (will name drop later).

Fin Shepard (Ian Ziering, Sharknado, 2) is being recognised for all his valiant efforts…more

Attack on Titan (Live Action) Part 1 Promo

Cert 15 | 98 mins | 2015


Animatsu Entertainment is proud to announce that the highly anticipated live-action feature, Attack on Titan: Part 1 will be released in UK cinemas from 1st December. Based on the smash-hit anime and manga series, Attack on Titan has garnered a huge following around the globe, in…more

Robinson Crusoe on Mars Review ****-

Cert PG | 110 mins | 1964

4 Star.
Awesome Pre CGI Sci-Fi.
Based on a novel by Daniel Defoe (Moll Flanders) comes Robinson Crusoe on Mars, adapted for the silver-screen by Ib Melchoir, (Death Race 2000) and John Higgins, (Seven Cities of Gold) and directed by the man who steered a lot of your favourite Sci-Fi films and more, Byron Haskin (The War of the Worlds, Treasure Island,…more

Baccano Blu-ray Review *****

Cert 18 | 16 x 25 mins | 2007

5 Star
Compulsive Anime Viewing.
Takahiro Omori (Hyper Police) directs the most moreish anime I have come across in many years.
This is definitely for the adult anime fans.
These 16 episodes are adapted from the light novels of the same name written by Ryohgo Narita (Vamp) and illustrated by Katsumi Enami (Hariyama-san).
1711, alchemists have been working for years and their labours come to fruition…more

The Stranger DVD Review **---

Cert 18 | 93 mins | 2015

2 stars for this poorly executed but novel take on the vampire legend.
The Stranger is written and directed by up and coming director Guillermo Amoedo (Knock Knock, The Green Inferno) and produced by Eli Roth (Aftershock, Cabin Fever).
Set in the small quiet town of Grey Mountain, The Stranger starts off incredibly slowly and pretty much stays that way for the…more

Doc Martin Season 7 DVD Review ****-

Cert 15 | 8 x 45 mins | 2015

4 Star
Quirky British Humour.
Continuing their writing success Jack Lothian and Dominic Minghella bring us the next instalment of the offish Doctor in the seaside town of Portwenn.
Everybody in Portwenn knows that Doc Martin’s (Martin Clunes, Saving Grace) wife Louisa (Caroline Catz, I, Anne) left him and went abroad three weeks ago and he hasn’t heard from her since. But life…more

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