Award-winning comedy ‘Introducing Jodea’ starring Chloe Traicos lights up the screen with one of my favourite films of my year. ( @IntroducingJod1 ) Arriving on Digital November 2021


After a busy time catching up on a collection of horror films, I thought I needed to take a little escape from the horror genre and watch something a little less brutal (not that I don’t love horror films of course, but I do like to mix things up and keep things fresh) So, I…

From Director James Crow, Home invasion thriller, Nemesis available now. Starring Billy Murray and Jeanine Nerissa Sothcott ( @ShogunFilms @JamesCrowFilm @JanineNerissa @BillyAMurray @madpulpbastard )


Nemesis, the latest film by Director James Crow (Curse of the Witching Tree, House of Salem)  and from a screenplay by Adam Stephen Kelly ( Kill Kane, Done In) and based on an idea by Billy Murrayis now available and definitely gets my recommendation.  The film features a great cast of favourites from fans of…

3 crew, 2 Iphones, 12 Days, 1 Road Trip, makes for a gem of a film in Threshold. ( @PowellSundae @JoeyMillin @Maddie_the_G @JustYoungEnough ) out now on Arrow bluray


When a phone call from out of the blue brings Leo (Joey Millin) back into contact with his sister, Virginia (Madison West), long estranged from her family due to years of drug abuse, he arrives to find her alone in a bare apartment in the midst of an apparent overdose. After the convulsions and nausea…

Amber Sealey’s ‘No Man of God’ Special Edition Blu-ray Release full details – on 25 October and on digital now from 101 Films ( @101_films @ambersealey )


Following its lauded UK Premiere at FrightFest, 101 Films announces details of Amber Sealey’s No Man of God Special Edition Blu-ray on arriving on 25 October 2021, alongside a standard DVD release. The film is now available on digital platforms. The Special Edition Blu-ray arrives in stunning rigid box packaging featuring newly-commissioned artwork, it includes…

Just what id been waiting for! ‘Hollywood Bulldogs: The Rise and Falls of the Great British Stuntman’ by Jon Spira ( @videojon @britbox )


Over the years I have often wondered why there weren’t more documentaries about the stuntmen and stuntwomen that performed such death defying feats in hundreds of the movies that ive seen over the years. Yes now and again we get a small featurette on a DVD or a bluray taking us behind the scenes of…

Spiral:From The Book Of Saw (Review) ( @Saw )


Saw (2004) easily sits on my list of Top 20 thrillers of all time,and even though I havent seen all of the sequels that have come out since the first film, I thought that I would this week check out the latest film in the Saw ‘universe’ Spiral:From The Book of Saw, directed by Darren…

revisiting The War Zone (1999)


As part of my British film rewatching ‘home festival’ I unwrapped the DVD that I bought several years ago of The War Zone, directed by Tim Roth and based on the novel by Alexander Stuart . Its a film that I have seen only once (well now twice) having first watched the film on VHS…

revisiting Honest (2000)


Heavily press-attacked upon its release in the year 2000 for its apparent pack of quality in all areas, Honest was one of the films I havent seen for many years (since the year 2000 actually) but wanted to revisit as part of my ‘revisiting’ series of reviews and views that i have been working my…