Road Rash Reviews

Hard Times Dual-Format Review ****-

Cert 15 | 93 mins | 1975

4 Star
Hard Times and Hard Knocks.
From a time when Charles Bronson (Death Wish Series) would rule the silver screen as a star in his own right. Eureka’s Masters of Cinema Series #157 Dual-Format release brings it up to date with all it’s special features. Director/producer and writer’s first film, a brilliant start to a career that went from strength to…more

Drunken Master Review

Cert 15 | 111 mins

5 Star
No Pain, No Gain and Wine.
Eureka’s #166 of their Masters of Cinema releases and it brings us a classic martial arts film, with the legend that is Jackie Chan (Police Story, Police Story: Lockdown, Rush Hour) and Woo-Ping Yuen‘s second film (now one of thirty). He delivers an excellent show of skill in a comedy way. We are using…more

We Still Steal the Old Way Review ****-

Cert 18 | 98 mins | 2017

4 Star
Honour, Debts and Grudges.
Actor,writer,director Sacha Bennett (We still Kill the Old Way) carries on the story of the aged Archer Gang in the old Smoke. This time Archer (Ian Ogilvy, Death Becomes Her) is out to repay an old debt with his trusted cohorts.
Archer phones a man that has stolen more money than any other crook in the country,…more

Broadchurch Series 3 Review *****

Cert 15 | 360 mins | 2017

5 star conclusion to a fantastic trilogy.
This is series 3 of Broadchurch, concluding the story of the small coastal community in Dorset which first began in 2013, with the murder of Danny Latimer. It is written and created by Chris Chibnall (Gracepoint, Camelot). This series is directed by Paul Andrew Williams (The Cottage), Daniel Nettheim (The Hunter) and Lewis Arnold.
“We exchanged…more

Shimoneta Review ****-

Cert 18 | 300 mins | 2017

4 stars of joyful and incessant sexual innuendo. 
Shimoneta: A Boring World Where the Concept of Dirty Jokes Doesn’t Exist is based on the light novel series written by Hirotaka Akagi and illustrated by Eito Shimotsuki. It has been adapted to anime by studio J.C. Staff (A Certain Scientific Railgun, Golden Time). and is directed by Youhei Suzuki. Shimoneta translates from Japanese…more

Sword Master Review ****-

Cert 15 | 108 mins | 2016

4 Star
Swords, Love and Kung Fu.
From the writer/actor and director Derek Yee (Protégé), he brings us a classic tale of testing your mettle to prove your self taught skills are the best and why you shouldn’t follow the family path and the problems of unrequited love. All told with amazing sword skills and wire work. A tale of two men…more

Phantasm 1-5 Limited Edition Collection Review *****

Cert 18 | 5 x 91 mins | 1979-2016

5 stars of beautifully presented cult classic.
The Phantasm franchise consists of five films and is written and directed by Don Coscarelli (John Dies at the End, The Beastmaster). The films were released over a time period of 37 years, Phantasm 1979, Phantasm II 1988, Phantasm III: Lord of the Dead 1994, Phantasm IV: Oblivion and Phantasm: Ravager 2016.
“You play a…more

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