Road Rash Reviews

Savage Review ****-

Cert 18 | 100 mins | 2019

4 Star
Classic Bikes, Classic Cars and Classic Violence.
Savage is writer/director Sam Kelly’s first feature film and he brings the powerful story of a man’s life on the fringe of society. He has written a well crafted and at points very touching and moving tale set in amongst the violence of biker gangs, in the suburbs of Wellington NZ.
First set in…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

Paydirt DVD Review ***--

Cert 15 | 82 mins | 2020

3 Star
Guns, Drugs and a Payday.

Writer/director Christian Sesma (Vigilante Diaries (TV Series) (7 episodes), Vigilante Diaries) brings us another of his gangland payback films, in the guise of Paydirt. With more Hollywood A Lister’s as the pulling power for this film.

Paydirt starts five years ago, in the middle of the night people with large machinery are in the middle of…more

Buster Keaton: 3 Films (Volume 3) Blu-ray Review *****

Cert U | 222 mins | 1923, 1925, 1927

5 Star
More Slips, More Stunts, More Keaton.
Once again we have to thank The Keaton Project 2015 by Cineteca di Bologna and Cohen Film Collection to restore all Buster Keaton films between 1920 – 1928 and also Eureka The Masters of Cinema for putting together this amazing comedy classic package. This volume sees our zero go too hero as a man…more

The Man Who Laughs (Masters of Cinema) Blu-ray [2020] Review ****-

Cert PG | 110 mins | 1928

4 Star
The Afflicted, The Cursed and Love.
Dicrector Paul Leni (Sleeping Beauty, Waxworks, The Cat and the Canary) takes Victor Hugo‘s  (Les Misérables, The Hunchback of Notre-Dame) 1869 novel of the same name and creates a film that is not a horror, but you can’t get closer to one than this macabre love story. The Man Who Laughs (1928 film) has…more

Random Acts of Violence Review ***--

Cert 18 | 80 mins | 2020

3 star good solid slasher flick.
Random Acts of Violence is written by Jesse Chabot (Goon: Last of the Enforcers) and Jay Baruchel (How To Train Your Dragon, This is the End), who also directs and co-stars. It is based on the one shot graphic novel of the same name written by Justin Gray and Jimmy Palmiotti.  It is a Shudder…more

Gamera: The Complete Collection Limited Edition [Blu-ray] Review *****

Cert 15 | 1174 mins | 1965 - 2006

5 Star
The Kaiju of all Box Sets.
Arrow Video have outdone themselves with this monster box set. Who would have thought back in November 1965 when director Noriaki Yuasa (Attack of the Monsters, Ultraman 80 (TV Series), Kosupure senshi Cutie Knight) and produced and distributed by the groundbreaking Daiei Film (Rashomon, Gate of Hell, Ugetsu) released Gamera, the Giant Monster that…more

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