Saturday, 19 January 2019


Game Of Thrones superstar Sophie Turner as you’ve never seen her before, as a high school Lolita tempting American Horror Story’s Dylan McDermott, in this stylish and mysterious rural noir.


AWAIT FURTHER INSTRUCTIONS **** UK 2018 Dir: Johnny Kervorkian. 91 mins

A decade after his elegiac Elephant & Castle council estate ghost story THE DISAPPEARED, director Johnny Kervorkian makes a welcome return with an apocalyptic horror film doubling as a suitably uncomfortable portrait of a typical British Christmas.


There’s something frighteningly fishy going on in Lisa Brühlmann’s shocking debut feature BLUE MY MIND released through Uncork’d Entertainment.

An elegiac allegory accompanied by hauntingly visceral body horror, BLUE MY MIND is part Suspiria and part The Metamorphosis but largely incontestably unique.


Wild Eye Releasing has recently released DOOM ROOM, starring genre legend Debbie Rochon, and directed by Jon Keeyes (The Harrowing) to digital.

Film Review: PARTY NIGHT (2017)

PARTY NIGHT ** U.S.A. 2017 Dir: Troy Escamilla 70 mins

So many great slasher films are out there and for first time indie filmmakers its a genre which suits the modest budgets they have. With that in mind here is another slasher film which nods to the heyday of the 80's slasher films boom, PARTY NIGHT. Deciding to ditch their prom night so they can spend what could be their final chance to be with each other, 6 friends head to one of the groups uncles cabin. Naturally it is secluded and is perfect for having sex, partying and getting drunk. As the night goes on and tempers rise, someone is out in the dark making this a killer party to remember...if you survive.

Friday, 18 January 2019


Arrow Video have released their schedule for January 2019 and we have details on the DVD, Blu-ray and dual format releases. Below you will find the January 2019 release schedule for U.K., U.S.A. and Canada releases.

If you missed what Arrow Video released in December 2018 you can find all the details HERE.

Film Review: #CAPTURED (2017)

#CAPTURED * USA 2017 Dir: Joe Homokay. 81 mins

With its overage, unconvincing Californian “high school” students and simplistic desktop mock-up (seemingly coming to you from the year 1998), this desperate latter-day slasher picture resembles the work of a frantically masturbating 50-year-old man attempting to understand social media while cashing in on the format of the far superior UNFRIENDED. It deploys multi-person Skype-style conversations, video diaries, cell phone footage and Snapchat-style apps. The action starts with a young woman stripping for sex chat room “Peeper”, and getting stabbed to death by an over-enthusiastic punter who bursts into her room shouting “Daddy’s home!” like some disturbing, never-aired episode of THE COSBY SHOW.

Film Review: ALIEN PREDATOR (2018)

ALIEN PREDATOR ** U.S.A. 2018 Dir: Jared Cohn 88 mins

Time to enter 'The Asylum' territory of filmmaking with ALIEN PREDATOR which was released to capitalize on the 2018 big budget movie THE PREDATOR. In this movie a team of soldiers are attacked by an unknown enemy when they go to investigate the crash of an unidentified aircraft. On finding out that the previous team was attacked, the leader of a ragtag group of soldiers head out to find those who survived the attack. They soon are attacked by the unknown attackers and now must do everything they can to survive, even if it means entering the mysterious craft.

Film Review: THE NIGHT EATS THE WORLD (2018)

THE NIGHT EATS THE WORLD ***** France 2018 Dir: Dominique Rocher 93 mins 

Retrieving his belongings from his ex-girlfriends apartment, Sam (Anders Danielsen Lie) turns up just as his ex is throwing a party. Not quite in the party mood he shuts himself in a room and ends up falling asleep. When he awakes he discovers blood everywhere and the place seems deserted. He finds his ex who immediately attempts to attack him. Locking himself back in the room and looking out of the window he discovers everyone has been killed and have returned as zombies. Barricading himself in the apartment, scavenging and surviving on what has been left behind he believes himself to be the last person living but how does he know this for sure if he won't leave the apartment?

Film Review: JURASSIC GALAXY (a.k.a. Jurassic Planet) (2018)

JURASSIC GALAXY (a.k.a. Jurassic Planet) *** U.S.A. 2018 Dir: James Kondelik, Jon Kondelik 74 mins

After their spaceship crashes, the survivors only chance of rescue is to find the wreckage of the aft section… on a planet inhabited by ravenous dinosaurs. Directed by James and Jon Kondelik and written by Jacoby Bancroft and Eric Paul Erickson, JURASSIC GALAXY is an entertaining, if imperfect, low-budget science-fiction adventure.