16th Jul2021

‘Ripper Untold’ DVD Review

by Jim Morazzini

Stars: Phil Molloy, Jonathan Hansler, Chris Bell, Jacob Anderton, Sylvia Robson | Written and Directed by Steve Lawson Ripper Untold is writer/director Steve Lawson’s fourth consecutive film with a historical setting after Bram Stoker’s Van Helsing, Saltwater: The Battle for Ramree Island and The Haunting of Alcatraz. And like them, it was filmed on a […]

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04th Jun2021

‘Saltwater: The Battle for Ramree Island’ Review

by Phil Wheat

Stars: Steven Dolton, Ryan Harvey, Glenn Salvage, Jas Steven Singh, Charlie Bond, David Hon Ma Chu, Tony Lau | Written and Directed by Steve Lawson Independent Midlands filmmaker Steve Lawson, whose last film, Bram Stoker’s Van Helsing, was a surprising take on the Dracula mythos, is back behind the camera for and altogether different beast […]

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05th Apr2021

‘Bram Stoker’s Van Helsing’ DVD Review

by Phil Wheat

Stars: Charlie Bond, Helen Crevel, Tom Hendryk, Joe Street, Mark Topping | Written and Directed by Steve Lawson I know what you’re thinking… “Oh my god, not another take on Bram Stoker’s Dracula?!” Mainly because I was thinking the same too. But there’s a very good reason this film is called Bram Stoker’s Van Helsing […]

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23rd Apr2018

First look at artwork for new Hereford Films horror ‘Aura’

by Phil Wheat

Hereford Films, the London-based production outfit best known urban thrillers such as We Still Kill the Old Way and Vendetta, are making the move into more horrific genre fare under the companies brand new “Hereford Horror” banner and has unveiled the artwork for its first venture: the US-set, Blumhouse-style supernatural shocker, Aura. The film is […]

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18th Jan2018

Hereford Films wraps production on horror ‘Aura’

by Phil Wheat

UK indie Hereford Films (the company behind the We Still Kill the Old Way series) has announced completion of production of its latest feature film, the US-set supernatural horror Aura. Revolving around the concept of Kirlian photography (a process whereby the visible auras of objects and living things are captured), the film – which is […]

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