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Blog – Friday The 13th’s… Reviewed

Friday-The-13th-Reviewed

To celebrate today being Friday The 13th In what may be either a heroic or heroically dumb move, off the back of the rather excellent Crystal Lake Memories documentary, I have decided back in 2014 to rewatch EVERY Friday The 13th movie.  From the original 1980’s classic to the franchise …

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Convenience – A Quick Capsule Review

Phil’s Quick Capsule Review: Convenience is a dull film.  It tried hard but ends up being a really watered down British version of Clerks without the fun script, memorable cast and quotable moments.  It’s a shame as the cast try hard but with out the script underneath them there’s not much …

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Blog: Rewind This – A Quick Capsule Review

Phil’s Quick Capsule Review: VHS was the moment that movies became available to everyone and the business of movies jumped up a gear.  Rewind This is an affectionate look back at those heady days of the dawn of the VHS era, an era which quite frankly changed the world forever.  Looking …

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Blog: The Machine – A Quick Capsule Review

Phil’s Quick Capsule Review: The Machine is a rare thing – an exciting, well made independent science fiction film that adeptly manages to mix high concept with arse kicking action.  Arrow’s Caity Lotz , alongside former Bond villain Toby Stephens star in a film that, in lesser hands, could have been a real …

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Blog: The Sacrament – A Quick Capsule Review

Phil’s Quick Capsule Review: I’m not a massive fan of Ti West’s work so far.   Cabin Fever 2 was bad, VHS bored me and I haven’t yet seen The Innkeepers.  However based on The Sacrament, West could actually be a director to watch.  Based loosely on the Jonestown Massacre, The …

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Blog: Savaged – A Quick Capsule Review

Phil’s Quick Capsule Review: Brutal, bloody and spirited – this independent horror is like a throw back to the early films of Sam Rami and Peter Jackson.  And that’s a very good thing.  Unrelentingly grim, rape revenge films are usually rather predictable and boring.  Not so here – writer/director Ojeda finds …

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