Road Rash Reviews

The Beatles and India Review ****-

Cert 12A | 95 mins | 2021

4 star fascinating music documentary.
The Beatles and India is the feature debut of Ajoy Bose, co-directed by Pete Compton and produced by British Indian music entrepreneur Reynold D’Silva. It is inspired by Ajoy Bose’s book Across the Universe. It takes a look at this crucial period of the development of the Beatles from a fresh perspective.
“When I first heard Indian…more

Mosley It’s Complicated Review *****

Cert 15 | 92 mins | 2020

5 Star
How to Become Public Enemy #1
Producer and first time director Michael Shevloff (Nanny 911 (TV Series) (co-executive producer – 15 episodes)) gets in with one of the most controversial sporting figures of the last fifty plus years. With most of the testament is from the man himself, Max Mosley, as well as those that were with him from the…more

A Kingdom for a Crown Review ****-

Cert U | 60 mins | 2020

4 Star
A Right Royal Question.
Serial documentarian Jon-Paul Gates (The Color of your skin, Rescue Me: International – Cat Rescue, Love on Demand, Red Army Hooligans, The Howling 2017) brings us his sixth program, all about the royal family, along with Royal biographer Penny Junor (Diana, Princess of Wales (1982), Charles, Prince of Wales (1987 and 1998), Charles and Diana: Portrait…more

Brothers In Arms: The Making Of Platoon Review *****

Cert 15 | 100 mins | 2018

5 Star
Blisters, Dirt and Foxholes.
(Straight from the grunts mouths)
Paul Sanchez (Platoon, Navy Seals, Body High) gathers his band of brothers after thirty years, since they all shared a pivotal moment in their lives and everybody that went to see Platoon at the cinema. An independent film that shook the cinematic world.
30th of March 1987 a low budget, independent, non-SAG Film,…more

The Horror Crowd Review ****-

92 mins | 2020

4 star insightful and entertaining horror documentary.
The Horror Crowd is a great documentary, featuring many familiar faces from the horror community, both in front of and behind the camera. Director Ruben Pla (Insidious, The Kill), who is himself now a part of said community, interviews his friends and fellow horror fanatics about the direction their careers have taken, resulting in…more

Rescue Me: International – Cat Rescue Review

4 Star
Meowingful Insights.
From serial documentarian/actor, director (Jon-Paul Gates, Brexit: the Will of the People, Love on Demand, Red Army Hooligans, The Howling, The Color of Your Skin) comes an insight into the nether world of the people that care for the unwanted, abused and just cannot be cared for any more cats, it’s all about the cats.

With Rescue Me: International…more

Never-Ending Man Review *****

Cert U | 70 mins | 2016

5 stars, the man behind the magic.
Never-Ending Man: Hayao Miyazaki is directed by Kaku Arakawa and produced by NHK World TV. It is presented here on Dual Format DVD and Blu-ray, in the original Japanese with English subtitles and an alternate 48-minute version with English narration and new footage courtesy of Anime Ltd.
“Just one comment. I’ve caused a stir before…more

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