01st Jul2021

‘Cannibal Troll’ VOD Review

by Phil Wheat

Stars: Georgina Jane, Zuza Tehanu, Barbara Dabson, Faith Kiggundu, Nicole Nabi, Richard Harfst, Megan Purvis, Kate Sandison | Written by Scott Jeffrey | Directed by Scott Jeffrey, Rebecca Matthews I’m going to sound like a broken record this week with not one but FOUR Scott Jeffrey film currently on the slate for review. This, Cannibal […]

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19th Oct2020

‘Witches of Amityville’ DVD Review

by Phil Wheat

Stars: Kira Reed Lorsch, Donna Spangler, Jake Francis, Nicola Wright, Georgina Jane, Jon Callaway, Sarah T. Cohen, Amanda-Jade Tyler, Toby Wynn-Davies, Barbara Dabson, Brittan Taylor, Jim Arnold, Lee Cutler, Sophie Jay, Venetia Cook | Written by Tom Jolliffe | Directed by Rebecca Matthews With a title shortened from Witches of Amityville Academy (probably so as […]

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09th Mar2020

‘Don’t Speak’ DVD Review

by Phil Wheat

Stars: Stephanie Lodge, Ryan Davies, Jake Watkins, Will Stanton, Georgina Jane, Helen Minassian, Nicola Wright, AJ Blackwell | Written and Directed by Scott Jeffrey Yet ANOTHER film from the ever-prolific UK genre outfit Proportion Productions, Don’t Speak sees the company, and in particular director Scott Jeffrey, on familiar ground. Now if I tell you that […]

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13th Feb2020

‘Cupid’ Review

by Phil Wheat

Stars: Georgina Jane, Michael Owusu, Abi Casson Thompson, Ali Barouti, Bao Tieu, Sarah T. Cohen, Georgie Banks, Kelly Jubilee, Jake Watkins, Adrian Bouchet | Written and Directed by Scott Jeffrey Opening with brilliant, narrated, animation that re-tells that tale of cupid and thus setting up the films evil villain, Cupid is the latest film from […]

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22nd Mar2019

‘Pet Graveyard’ Review

by Phil Wheat

Stars: Jessica O’Toole, David Cotter, Rita Siddiqui, Kate Lush, Andrew Hollingworth, Claire-Maria Fox, Mike Kelson, Kate Milner Evans, Heronimo Sehmi, Georgina Jane, Hattie Willow | Written by Suzy Spade | Directed by Rebecca Matthews We’ve covered quite a few films from UK production outfit Proportion Productions, who have become almost factory-like in their film output […]

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