Road Rash Reviews

Now You See Me 2 Interviews

NOW YOU SEE ME 2: DAVE FRANCO INTERVIEW
Q: How was it reuniting with the majority of the cast for Now You See Me 2?
Dave Franco: It was incredible, we all genuinely love each other, and I laugh with this cast more than most people in my life. I would already love to come back and do as many installations of…more

Mindgame Saga Review

Cert PG | 110 mins | 1998-1999

3 Star
Dr Who characters for the Fans.
From Dr Who writer Terrance Dicks (Space: 1999) and Dr Who documentary director Keith Barnfather (Myth Makers Vol. 8: Tom Baker) comes an unofficial tie-in to the BBC’s prime-time Sci-Fi show. They bring together characters that have never met on the BBC’s show as of yet.
Endgame. An unknown alien has a plan to see…more

Howling II Review **---

Cert 15 | 91 mins | 1985

2 stars for this hilariously bad werewolf film.
Howling II: Your Sister is a Werewolf is based on the novel by Gary Brandner (The Howling) and was directed by Philippe Mora (Communion, Mad Dog Morgan). It was originally released in 1985 and is now brought to High Definition Dual Format DVD and Blu-ray by Arrow Video.
“You see that dwarf staring at…more

The Initiation Review ****-

Cert 18 | 97 mins | 1984

4 star classic eighties slasher flick.
The Initiation was written by Charles Pratt Jr. (General Hospital, All My Children) and directed by Larry Stewart (Buck Rogers in the 25th Century). It was originally released in 1984 and is now available in High Definition for the first time from Arrow Video.
“Delta Rho Chi, never will die…”
┬áThe Initiation tells us the story of…more

Jamaica Inn Review *****

Cert PG | 95 mins | 1939

5 stars of Cornish wreckers and Hitchcock brilliance.
Jamaica Inn was based on the novel of the same name of 1936, by renowned English author Daphne Du Maurier (Rebecca, The Birds) and was directed by Alfred Hitchcock (Psycho, Rear Window).
It was originally released in 1939 and is now enjoying a 4K restoration Dual Format DVD and Blu-ray release, plus new special…more

Yurikuma Arashi Review ****-

Cert 15 | 300 mins | 2016

4 stars for an intensely bizarre Yuri anime.
Yurikuma Arashi is produced by Silver Link (Fate/Kaleid Liner Prisma Illya) and directed by Kunihiko Ikuharaus (Mawaru Penguindrum).
It is a Yuri anime, a Japanese term meaning any animation which deals with female to female relations and it’s jammed with not too subtle innuendos from start to finish, so it’s not for the faint…more

Kes Blu-ray Review ****-

Cert PG | 106 mins | 1969

4 Star
A Boy, A Bird and Bruises.
 
Taken from the Barry Hines novel (“A Kestrel for a Knave”) and adapted by Hines for Ken Loach (The Angel’s Share) to direct the ground breaking style of filming set within the coalfields of Barnsley UK.
Fifteen year old Billy Casper (David Bradley, Zulu Dawn) lives with his mother (Lynne Perrie, Coronation Street) and…more

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