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Wild Country

June 9, 2008 Matt Blake 0

Wild Country is a low budget Scottish horror film – costing approximately £1 million – filmed in the late Autumn of 2004. It had a limited release in the UK and played at assorted film festivals around the world so, despite it’s limitations, it has to be hoped that it managed to turn a bit of a profit, especially in the video market.

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The Last Drop

May 6, 2008 Matt Blake 0

The Last Drop is an odd one. For one thing, you don’t get many British war films nowadays: considering that it was one of the […]

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April 28, 2008 Matt Blake 0

The 2006 British – German – Luxembourg – French – Spanish co-production Minotaur is an interesting but flawed film, which doesn’t quite live up to […]

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April 21, 2008 Matt Blake 0

Given it’s slightly unpromising premise – killer mutant cows, anyone? – Billy O’Brien’s 2005 film Isolation is actually a surprisingly effective little production. Ireland seems […]

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April 11, 2008 Matt Blake 0

Italian filmmakers often didn’t know quite where they were going with their sex films. Carnalita, directed by familiar character actor Alfredo Rizzo, is a case […]