Road Rash Reviews

I Hear the Trees Whispering OST Review *****

2022

5 Star
You Can Hear the Trees Swaying.
József Gallai (Moth, The Poltergeist Diaries, Spirits In The Dark, I Hear the Trees Whispering, A Guidebook to Killing Your Ex, Bodom, The Whispering Man, Aftermath) continues his unique look upon life, death, the soul, and Sci-Fi, with his latest film I Hear the Trees Whispering. Once again, he uses the musical talents of…more

Woodlands Dark and Days Bewitched Review *****

194 mins | 2022

5 star fascinating and comprehensive horror documentary.
Woodlands Dark and Days Bewitched: A History of Folk Horror is a feature length documentary, written, directed and co-produced by Kier-La Janisse (founder of The Miskatonic Institute of Horror Studies).
This Shudder exclusive is available to stream now.
“Ancient wisdoms, if you like, that have been long repressed and forgotten rise up again, very often to…more

The Ice Road Review

Cert 15 | 109 mins | 2021

4 Star
What is the Price of Life?
From the writer, director and producer that brought us some of our favourite films of the 1990s (Jumanji, Armageddon, Die Hard: With a Vengeance, Con Air) Jonathan Hensleigh. Now he brings in our latest action hero in Liam Neeson (Honest Thief, Road, Unknown, Cold Pursuit, Taken) as he takes on the treacherous job of…more

The Toll Review ****-

Cert 15 | 82 mins | 2021

4 Star
Dark, Messed up and Welsh
or
A Mexican Stand-off in Pembrokeshire.
Ryan Andrew Hooper brings us his first feature film, penned by Matt Redd (Casualty (TV Series) (written by – 1 episode)) who writes a  dark brooding tale of a man with a darker past. Set in the lovely county of Pembrokeshire, Wales, UK, where the snow comes across the sea horizontally…more

Jakob’s Wife (Shudder Exclusive) Review ***--

Cert 18 | 98 mins | 2021

3 Star
You Have to Die, to Come to Life.
Travis Stevens (Girl on the Third Floor) brings us his second feature, and it is a blast as it hails back to the good old days of horror with a large spattering of humour. As horror queen, Barbara Crampton (Re-Animator, From Beyond, Trancers II, You’re Next, We Are Still Here) gets her…more

The Mangler Review ****-

Cert 18 | 106 mins | 1995

4 star remastering of an archetypal nineties horror film.
The Mangler is based on a short story of the same name by Stephen King (Doctor Sleep, Pet Sematary), taken from the short story collection Night Shift. This film adaptation was directed by Tobe Hooper (The Texas Chainsaw Massacre, Poltergeist) and was originally released in 1995. It is presented here on Blu-ray…more

Resistance: 1942 (a.k.a. Burning at Both Ends) Review ****-

Cert 15 | 111 mins | 2021

4 Star
A War of Words.
Writers/directors Matthew Hill, Landon Johnson (Hello, My Name Is Charlie) bring us their second feature, and what a way to showcase their talent with this powerful, moving, inspiring wartime drama. It is about a collection of people in Nazi controlled France, and any voice that is not sanctioned by the Gestapo must be most vigorously rubbed…more

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