Starring: Audrey Hepburn, Alan Arkin, Richard Crenna Director: Terence Young After an accident robs her of her sight, Susy (Hepburn) is adapting to life when her husband has to go away and leave her on her own. When three thieves (Arkin, Crenna) think that she has a doll in her possession full of heroin, they… Continue reading Classic Movie Of The Week: Wait Til Dark (1967)
Starring: Susan Lanier, Robert Huston, Martin Speer, Dee Wallace-Stone Director: Wes Craven An average suburban family, the Carters, are heading up to California when they take a wrong turn trying to find a silver mine that they recently inherited. Though warned by a shady gas station owner about the area and where they're headed, their… Continue reading Classic Movie Of The Week: The Hills Have Eyes (1977)
Starring: Nicolas Cage, Robin Tunney, Marc Blucas, Director: Tim Hunter A couple (Cage and Tunney), struggling to recover after a tragedy, buy a motel and plan to run it while rebuilding their lives. But when Ray finds a strange tunnel that leads to a two way mirror in room 10 and finds out that a… Continue reading Looking Glass (2018)
Olivia and Markie have been best friends since high school. Now at university together, they head off for their last Spring Break in Mexico with a group of their closest friends. At a bar on the last night of their holiday, Olivia lets a cute guy buy her a drink and convinces her friends to head off with him to a spooky house to have a few last drinks. When they end up playing a game of Truth Or Dare, the friends soon find that they’ve started something they can’t finish. Something evil within the game won’t let them stop playing. If they refuse to play, they die, if they choose “dare” they may not survive, and if they choose truth, their lives might be destroyed by the secrets they hide from each other.
The idea that a game could be haunted isn’t new, but one that doesn’t have a…
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In rural America, the Abbott family try to survive in the aftermath of an invasion by strange creatures that hunt by sound. If you make a sound, they hear you and they hunt you with an incredible strength and speed. Survival is not easy. With one deaf child struggling, and another child on the way, is silence really possible? Can they survive?
It’s an incredible idea for a film, and with Emily Blunt and John Krasinski in the lead roles as the parents of the family, it seems like a sure fire winner. But sadly, it doesn’t deliver.
The film suffers from a few key problems of which horror films are prone, but the key issue is that it’s fairly slow and lurches from one situation to another, as though you’re watching a list of situations that someone has come up with in a room…
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Starring: Madison Wolfe, Zoe Saldana, Imogen Poots Director: Anders Walter Barbara Thorson (Madison Wolfe) has problems. She has no friends and being raised by her older sister means her home life is chaotic. But Barbara has a bigger problem. No one else knows, but her town is being threatened by giants. Giants only she can… Continue reading Preview: I Kill Giants (2017)
Last night was the 90th Academy Awards, a ceremony that usually inspires some controversy, joys, disappointments and emotional tears, for the attendees at least. Whether you love or hate the films that won or were nominated, it's always an interesting night. In case you missed it, here is the full list of nominees and winners.… Continue reading And The Winner Is…. Oscars 2018
Starring: Nicolas Cage, Selma Blair, Anne Winters, Lance Henriksen Director: Brian Taylor Writer/director Brian Taylor brought us Crank (2006) and Gamer (2009), which in some ways tells you what to expect here: an amusing and violent commentary on modern day social troubles that's also a fun ride. In this film, a family lives in modern,… Continue reading Preview: Mom And Dad (2017)
Starring: Anny Ondra, John Longden, Sara Allgood Director: Alfred Hitchcock Hitchcock was such a prolific film maker, and since many of his later films are the ones that he’s known for, it’s easy to forget that he started out making films in the silent era. This film, Blackmail, was his first “talkie” and one of… Continue reading Classic Movie Of The Week: Blackmail (1929)
Starring: Brad Dourif, Fiona Dourif, Jennifer Tilly, Alex Vincent Director: Don Mancini Directed by the writer of the original film, and starring Alex Vincent, who played little Andy in the first film, Child's Play, Cult Of Chucky is another film in the franchise that features a doll that's possessed by a serial killer. While the… Continue reading Cult Of Chucky (2017)