20th Jan2017

‘Humans 2.0′ Review

by Paul Metcalf

While I’ve known of Humans and how well the show was received, to my shame I never really watched it. When I got the chance to watch Humans 2.0 though, I decided to dive in and take it from the starting point of the second series. Through the catch-up I was able to pick-up on […]

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12th Jan2017

Fear ‘The Bye Bye Man’ in these new clips

by Phil Wheat

Set to hit cinemas this Friday – the 13th, how apt – The Bye Bye Man comes from director Stacy Title, from a script based on Robert Damon Schneck’s short story “The Bridge to Body Island.” When three college friends stumble upon the horrific origins of the Bye Bye Man, they discover that there is […]

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21st Feb2016

‘Frankenstein’ Blu-ray Review

by Phil Wheat

Stars: Xavier Samuel, Danny Huston, Carrie-Anne Moss, Tony Todd, Maya Erskine, Mckenna Grace, Carol Anne Watts, James Lew, John Lacy | Written and Directed by Bernard Rose [NOTE: With the film due for a UK release this week, here’s a reposting of my review of Bernard Rose’s Frankenstein from last summer’s London Frightfest] Helmed by […]

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05th Jan2016

Bernard Rose’s stunning ‘Frankenstein’ comes to Blu-ray

by Phil Wheat

I’ll be honest, on paper, seeing yet another film based on the Frankenstein story – especially directed by Bernard Rose, who by this time had fallen far from the acclaim of Candyman – was not my idea of a good time. Thankfully I put aside my prejudices when the film screened at Frightfest last summer […]

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21st Nov2015

‘Jessica Jones – Season 1′ Review

by Paul Metcalf

Jessica Jones has finally arrived on Netflix, and while some may be tiring of the superhero movies and television shows has been a lot of hope for the latest Marvel show. With a Neo-noir style and a more adult feel to it, Marvel may have a hit on their hands… Starring Krysten Ritter as Jessica […]

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23rd Oct2015

First full trailer for Marvel’s Netflix series ‘Jessica Jones’

by Phil Wheat

Arriving next month on Netflix, Jessica Jones is based on the critically-acclaimed, albeit short-lived, comic book series Alias (not to be confused with the Jennifer Garner-starring TV series of the same name). The 2001 series helped to spring-board the popularity of writer Brian Michael Bendis when it arrived as one of the initial titles in […]

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16th Sep2015

Marvel’s ‘Jessica Jones’ set to hit small-screen this Fall

by Guest

Those of you unable to wait ’til next year for the second season of Daredevil should be pleased to know that there’s more Marvel goodness coming to keep you happy for the rest of 2015. The House of Ideas announced that the next entry in the Marvel Cinematic Universe will make its debut on the […]

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29th Aug2015

Frightfest 2015: ‘Frankenstein’ Review

by Phil Wheat

Stars: Xavier Samuel, Danny Huston, Carrie-Anne Moss, Tony Todd, Maya Erskine, Mckenna Grace, Carol Anne Watts, James Lew, John Lacy | Written and Directed by Bernard Rose Helmed by Bernard Rose, still best known for Candyman, this new take on Frankenstein explores the classic tale from the perspective of the monster rather than the scientist […]

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