Road Rash Reviews

Giants and Toys Review ****-

Cert 15 | 95 mins | 1958

4 star satirical take on corporate greed in 1950’s Japan.
Giants and Toys is a Japanese film, originally released in 1958. It makes it’s worldwide Blu-ray debut in 1080p courtesy of Arrow Video. Based on the short story by Takeshi Kaikō, it has a  screenplay by Yoshio Shirasaka and directed by Yasuzô Masumura (Lullaby of the Earth).
The film is presented with…more

Johnny Mnemonic 25TH ANNIVERSARY WITH HD DIGITAL Review ****-

Cert 15 | 103 mins | 1995

4 Star
The Future is Here
When William Gibson (The X Files, The Gernsback Continuum) wrote his short story of a man who transports information stored in a hard-drive located in his skull, the year 2021 seemed so far away. But yet here we are looking back at the future, in this dystopian tale of the Hi-teks and the Loteks, and a…more

The Darkness Review ***--

Cert 18 (Streaming) | 94 mins | 2020

3 Star
A Ghost Story Through Time.
Writer/director Tharun Mohan (Purgatory State of Mind (Short)), brings us his first feature film. A tale that spans a hundred years, and the lengths a person will go to in order to keep that love alive. The Darkness is a story that throws everything in this genre at it, death, demons, deception channelled through changelings…more

We Still Say Grace Review ***--

Cert 15 | 94 mins | 2021

3 stars of tense and creepy religious zealotry.
We  Still Say Grace is written and directed by Brad Helmink (The Lodge) and John Rauschelbach (Paradox).  A well used premise, but nevertheless a solid well put together thriller. It is available to stream from 3rd May 2021 on digital platforms including Amazon Prime.
“God has always been good to us in this hard…more

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