Road Rash Reviews

Monstrum Review ****-

105 mins | 2020

4 star bloody and fun South Korean period romp.
Monstrum is a South Korean period creature feature. Set during the Joseon Era, it is directed by Jong-ho Huh (Countdown). It was the Audience Award winner at the Sitges International Film Festival and is a Shudder original film. It is now enjoying a physical release in the UK courtesy of Acorn Media…more

Gaia Review ***--

Cert 15 | 98 mins | 2021

3 stars of innovative and striking eco-horror.
Gaia is a South African horror film with a very clear message about humanity’s ongoing destruction of the environment. It is written by Tertius Kapp (Rage) and is a promising feature debut for South African director Jaco Bouwer. Featuring some inventive filming techniques, it explores the natural world from angles we don’t normally see,…more

The Gateway Review ***--

Cert 15 | 91 mins | 2021

3 Star
Nurture Defines a Path.
Writer/ director Michele Civetta (Agony) brings us his second feature, where he shares the writing credits with Alex Felix Bendaña and Andrew Levitas (Minamata). Between them, they bring us a dark and gritty tale of a man that has lived a life and now he wants to make sure that those that cannot look after themselves…more

Saving Grace Review ****-

Cert 15 | 94 mins | 2000

4 star classic darkly funny British crime comedy.
Saving Grace is written by Mark Crowdy (Doc Martin) with a screenplay by Craig Ferguson (How to Train Your Dragon), who also stars. Directed by Nigel Cole (Calendar Girls, Made in Dagenham), it was originally released to great acclaim in 2000 and interestingly led to the highly successful spin-off series Doc Martin, starring…more

The Paper Tigers Review ****-

108 mins | 2021

4 star gloriously nostalgic martial arts fun.
The Paper Tigers is written and directed by Quoc Bao Tran, a most impressive feature directorial debut. This warm hearted and earnest film is sure to delight everyone.
After opening the Fighting Spirit Film Festival on September 11th, The Paper Tigers will be released on Digital Platforms including Altitude Films from 20th Sept 2021.
“I swear…more

No Man of God Review ****-

Cert 15 | 100 mins | 2021

4 stars of disturbing insight into the mind of a killer.
Following it’s success at FrightFest, No Man of God is available now on Digital and will be released on Limited Edition Blu-ray and DVD 25th October 2021 courtesy of 101 films. This uncompromising look at the final years of one of America’s most notorious and hated serial killers, Ted Bundy,…more

Yakuza Princess Review

Cert 18 | 111 mins | 2021

3 Star
Legacy, Amnesia and a Bloodthirsty Sword.
Based on the Brazillian graphic novel Samurai Shiro by Danilo Beyruth (Motorrad), film and TV director Vicente Amorim (The Division, The Middle of the World) recreates the graphic novel with his style of filmmaking, as we get  to know our players and establish a backstory that plays out like an origin story, and the…more

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