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RRR Halloween Viewing Guide 2021

Happy Halloween from Road Rash Reviews!
Rejoice horror fans, our favourite time of the year has arrived! The nights grow dark, the weather grows cold and our thoughts turn to spooky tales told around a roaring campfire.
In the spirit of this most creepy of seasons, we at Road Rash have assembled a selection of our favourite horror releases of 2021, there…more

Robotech: The Complete Series Collector’s Edition Review *****

Cert PG | 2,550 mins | 1985-

5 Star
85 Episodes of Aliens and Mecha.
When Carl Macek (Captain Harlock and the Queen of a Thousand Years, Robotech II: The Sentinels) created Robotech: The Macross Saga, he couldn’t have imagined that it would lead to eighty-five episodes plus plenty of spinoff films, and would be still a firm favourite thirty-plus years later. It tells the tale of Zor’s Battle…more

The Singing Ringing Tree Review ****-

Cert U | 74 mins | 1957

4 stars of surreally beautiful German fairy tale.
The Singing Ringing Tree is an East German film originally released in 1957, based on a story by the Brothers Grimm. Its original name was Das singende, klingende Bäumchen. It is directed by Francesco Stefani, with a screen play by Anne Geelhaar and first made it to the UK in 1960, when…more

THE SABATA TRILOGY [Sabata, Adiós Sabata, Return of Sabata] (Eureka Classics) Review ****-

Cert 15 | 315 mins | 1969, 70, 71

4 Star
Greed, Revolution and More Greed.
From the director that brought the world the “Kommissar X” movies, Gianfranco Parolini, he now turns his had to the popular “Spaghetti Western” genre with his strong character Sabata. A man with unimaginable gun skills and a glint in his eye that says “Just Try Me”. Sabata deals out his justice with an array of…more

Yokai Monsters Collection Limited Edition Review

Cert 15 | 361 mins | 1968-69, 2005

4 Star
Bad Men, an Ancient Daemon and the Yokai.
From the writer of the Daimajin trilogy (Tetsurô Yoshida, Hoodlum Soldier: Looting and Pillaging) who has been inspired by folk-lore of the Japanese people throughout history and brings them to life with the help of directors Kimiyoshi Yasuda (Sleepy Eyes of Death: Sword of Satan) and Yoshiyuki Kuroda (Lone Wolf and Cub:…more

Christmas at Cattle Hill Review ****-

Cert PG | 68 mins | 2021

4 stars of animated festive family fun on the farm.
Christmas at Cattle Hill is an enchanting Norwegian animated film for children, written by Ole Christian Solbakken and directed by Will Ashurst (Anchors Up). It is presented here on Digital Platforms with an English dub courtesy of Signature Entertainment.
“Sheds and Wildlife are going to wet themselves with seasonal glee. It’s the…more

The Monster Review ***--

Cert 15 | 95 mins | 1975

3 stars of quintessentially seventies exploitation horror.
The Monster (a.k.a. I Don’t Want to be Born) is a British horror film, originally released in 1975. Based on a story by Nato De Angeles and with a screenplay by Stanley Price (Shout at the Devil), it was directed by Peter Sasdy (The Secret Diary of Adrian Mole Aged 13¾). Largely mocked upon…more

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