Anna Walton in Soulmate


June 26, 2016 Matt Blake 0

Although Neil Marshall has taken a step back from directing films in recent years – a great shame, as he is amongst our most talented filmmakers – he does occasionally dip his toe back into the industry, for instance by producing his wife Axelle Carolyn’s debut release Soulmate in 2013

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

Snabba Cash, aka Easy Money

Easy Money

March 2, 2015 Matt Blake 0

There have been some authentically good Scandinavian crime films in recent years, and Daniel Espinosa’s Easy Money (based on the novel by Jens Lapidus) is one of them.

Simon Killer

Simon Killer

February 19, 2015 Matt Blake 0

Coming from the same production ‘collective’ as the surprise hit Martha Marcy May Marlene, Simon Killer has many of the same themes – sociopathic men, […]

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A.D. Project

February 14, 2015 Matt Blake 0

I always wondered what had happened to Eros Puglielli, the director of the revivalist giallo Eyes of Crystal in 2004. Well, he also made AD Project, a micro-budgeted 2006 production which was released straight to DVD

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.