Road Rash Reviews

The Place of No Words Review ****-

Cert 12 | 95 mins | 2021

4 star beautiful exploration of grief and loss.
The Place of No Words is an Australian film, written and directed by Mark Webber (Flesh and Blood, The End of Love) who also stars. With stunning backdrops and haunting music, this film leads you on an intimate journey with its main characters, a young family.
It is presented in the UK on Digital…more

Archive Blu-ray and DVD Review ****-

109 mins | 2020

4 Star
A Classic Sci-fi in the Making.
Writer/director Gavin Rothery (The Last Man (Short)) brings us the best Sci-fi since the brilliant Duncan Jones‘ (Source Code) ‘Moon’ (2009), which he did have a credit in (Art Department). He brings us a terrestrial tail set in the near future, where cars can drive themselves and cyberpunk is in its infancy, and our…more

Trigger Point Review ***--

Cert 15 | 85 mins | 2021

3 Star
The Search for Q.
Serial TV director Brad Turner (Airwolf (TV Series), The Outer Limits (TV Series)) returns to the big screen with Trigger Point. In this U.S. Agent using his Sherlockian skills, his magic phone and his many bullet holding gun. The spooks come out of the woodwork in this thriller. Trigger Point comes from the writing talents of…more

Vicious Fun Review ****-

Cert 18 | 101 mins | 2021

4 stars of delightfully gory eighties style horror.
Vicious Fun is written by James Villeneuve (The Ticket) and Cody Calahan  (The Oak Room, Let Her Out) who also directs. Available to stream now on this Shudder original is a fabulous and blood soaked hark back to the golden age of slasher flicks.
“Fade in. The city at night. Rain falls like…more

Endangered Species Review ***--

Cert 15 | 101 mins | 2021

3 stars of ill advised safari adventures.
Endangered Species is based on a story by Paul Chronnell (Airborne), with screenplay by Isabel Bassett (Rogue), who also stars and M.J. Bassett (Strike Back) who also directs. It is available now on Digital Download and DVD courtesy of Lionsgate UK.
“This country’s gonna eat them alive.”
Lauren Halsey (Rebecca Romijn – X Men, Star Trek:…more

Daisy Quokka Review ****-

Cert U | 98 mins | 2021

4 stars of colourful and inspiring children’s film.
Daisy Quokka: World’s Scariest Animal is an Australian animated film written by Ryan Greaves The Wishmas Tree) and Trudy Hellier (Little Acorns). It is directed by Ricard Cusso (Combat Wombat) and is a delightful family film with no annoying catchy songs to get stuck in your head.
“I’ll admit it, we are pretty dang…more

Batman: The Long Halloween, Part One Review ****-

Cert 15 | 85 mins | 2021

4 Star
Somebody Doesn’t like Holidays.
Taken from the writer of the original miniseries of the same name by Jeph Loeb (Wolverine vs. Sabretooth (TV Mini Series), Teen Wolf), he also wrote this version. Directed by Artist/director Chris Palmer (Voltron: Legendary Defender (TV Series), Superman: Man of Tomorrow (Video)) who brings us a tale of the Batman in his formative years, a…more

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