ERIK THE VIKING BLU RAY REVIEW

Terry Jones was known for being both a comedian and a film maker. I remember him equally as a medieval historian and a very good one at that. Jones fused his wit, with an intelligent insight into the world of t... Read More...

TREMORS BLU RAY REVIEW

Tremors opened the door to the 1990s. I saw it on VHS and loved every second. Its crazed worm attack small town, 50s B movie fun. By that age (I was hitting 11 years old), I knew my way around the eclectic mix ... Read More...

DOG SOLDIERS Review

Neil Marshall's DOG SOLDIERS floated into my life on VHS in 2002. Sean Pertwee had come off of a host of, frankly, not bad films and a host of odd press coverage (as a part of the British brat pack). This film ... Read More...

LADYKILLERS 4K BLU RAY REVIEW

Ealing studios. Genre films and comedy in particular, defines much of film history. Its the best of British and a significant brand indeed. THE LADYKILLERS is near to its masterpiece. If you have seen it, then ... Read More...

SAY YOUR PRAYERS FILM REVIEW

SAY YOUR PRAYERS is the sort of comedy that some in the extremes of politics say cant be made anymore. The story of two brothers Vic and Tim (Henry Melling and Tom Brooke), orphans and hitmen no less, bent on t... Read More...