Aneurin Barnard gets the night bus blues in Citadel

Citadel

September 10, 2015 Matt Blake 0

Another in the ‘tower block terror’ sub-strand of films (see also Tower Block, The Raid, Attack on the Block), an off-shoot of the ‘hoodie horror’ movies which seem primarily composed to work up writers for The Guardian into a state of apoplexy.

Andrew Squires walks his manor in Heretic

Heretic

August 11, 2015 Matt Blake 0

Heretic is the latest priest-sploitation film to cross my path, a no-budget 2012 release which generated a number of plaudits among genre aficionados when it played on the festival circuit and was released on DVD.

Alice Englert begins to feel In Fear

In Fear

August 8, 2015 Matt Blake 0

It’s one of the oldest ideas for a horror film there is: getting a couple of characters who have a less than perfect relationship, shutting them in a car in the middle of nowhere and then pitting them against a psychotic killer.

Yes, there's lots of running around in underground bunkers in Outpost 3

Outpost: Rise of the Spetsnaz

July 22, 2015 Matt Blake 0

The 2007 film Outpost was a neat Nazi zombie flick that received generally positive reviews and did very well on DVD. Outpost: Rise of the Spetsnaz isn’t…

Glen Murphy in Lords of London

Lords of London

July 19, 2015 Matt Blake 0

An impressively mis-marketed fantasy that is most assuredly not yet another Ray Winston gangster movie

Luke Healy gets to grips with a slippery customer in Outpost 11

Outpost 11

February 9, 2015 Matt Blake 0

Outpost 11 is one of those films that comes out of nowhere, is made for a handful of spare coppers and completely outstrips any expectations that you really should have for it.