Road Rash Reviews

R.I.P. Alan Rickman

It is with heavy hearts that Road Rash pay tribute to yet another legend taken too soon, the great Alan Rickman.
He has played many iconic roles over the years, starting of course with one of my personal favourites, Tybalt in the 1978 TV movie of Romeo and Juliet, resplendent in beige tights and pudding basin haircut, when the world first…more

RIP Wes Craven

It was with great sadness this morning that the team at RRR heard the news of the passing of the great Wes Craven, who has died aged 76 from a brain tumour.
He was responsible for many of the great horror franchises of our time and his work is deeply imbedded in the consciousness of several generations of horror fans.
He introduced us…more

Sir Christopher Lee. R.I.P.

Sir Christopher Lee Passes away aged 93
Our thoughts go out to all that were touched by this man’s brilliance.
A man that could keep a secret, a man that could kill you with a bite or the man who has a service record that is still a thing of awe.
With nearly 300 film credits and the answer to every aspiring directors…more

Leonard Nimoy R.I.P.

Well we are devastated at the news that Leonard Nimoy has passed away after he developed complications last week. Known for his role as Mr Spock in Star Trek, from the pilot episode in 1966 to the latest incarnation of the film franchise in 2013 (In to the Darkness). This is his body of work that I knew him best…more

Lord Attenborough Passes Away

Another Great of the British film Industry passed away last night.
Lord Attenborough (Richard “Dickie”) was a stalwart of the British film industry since the 1940’s and continued working up till the naughties. Known for his rolls in Brighton Rock, Privates Progress, The Great Escape, The Flight of the Phoenix, Rosebud and his return to acting in the nineties with the…more

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