Category Archives: Film Reviews

Reviews of films, not specifically DVD or Blu-Ray Reviews

We Are Your Friends (★★★ Empire Review)

Cole Carter’s (Zac Efron) dream of becoming a famous DJ take a step closer to reality when he is taken under the wing of a superstar (Wes Bentley). If Hollywood decided to remake Mia Hansen-Løve’s dreamy verité Eden, but brought

We Are Your Friends (★★★ Empire Review)

Cole Carter’s (Zac Efron) dream of becoming a famous DJ take a step closer to reality when he is taken under the wing of a superstar (Wes Bentley). If Hollywood decided to remake Mia Hansen-Løve’s dreamy verité Eden, but brought

The Trust (★★★ Empire Review)

Two low-level Las Vegas cops, working dull administrative jobs, stumble on what they believe to be a huge stash of cash locked in a vault in a nondescript building, and set about relieving its mysterious owners of the contents –

The Trust (★★★ Empire Review)

Two low-level Las Vegas cops, working dull administrative jobs, stumble on what they believe to be a huge stash of cash locked in a vault in a nondescript building, and set about relieving its mysterious owners of the contents –

VICTOR FRANKENSTEIN (★★★★ Empire Review)

Victorian London. Trainee physician Victor Frankenstein (James McAvoy) recruits a circus hunchback (Daniel Radcliffe) to assist him with experiments designed to create life from death. Much to the ire of God-fearing copper Inspector Turpin (Andrew Scott). CLASSIC LITERARY works like

VICTOR FRANKENSTEIN (★★★★ Empire Review)

Victorian London. Trainee physician Victor Frankenstein (James McAvoy) recruits a circus hunchback (Daniel Radcliffe) to assist him with experiments designed to create life from death. Much to the ire of God-fearing copper Inspector Turpin (Andrew Scott). CLASSIC LITERARY works like

TheHorrorShow.TV Review: THE DIABOLICAL

Sci-fi/horror hybrid The Diabolical certainly keeps you guessing. Whether or not this is a good thing depends on your feelings about narrative ambiguity. Ali Larter plays single mum Madison, considering filing for bankruptcy and harassed by a real estate agent who

TheHorrorShow.TV Review: THE DIABOLICAL

Sci-fi/horror hybrid The Diabolical certainly keeps you guessing. Whether or not this is a good thing depends on your feelings about narrative ambiguity. Ali Larter plays single mum Madison, considering filing for bankruptcy and harassed by a real estate agent who

TheHorrorShow.TV Review: COOTIES

Catch it if you can There was a time when you could count the fingers of great horror/comedy hybrids on the fingers of one severed hand: Gremlins, An American Werewolf in London, Tremors, Evil Dead 2 (and/or 3) and maybe

TheHorrorShow.TV Review: COOTIES

Catch it if you can There was a time when you could count the fingers of great horror/comedy hybrids on the fingers of one severed hand: Gremlins, An American Werewolf in London, Tremors, Evil Dead 2 (and/or 3) and maybe

TheHorrorShow.TV Review: THE MESSENGER

The Sixth Sense? Or nonsense? A pervasive, but not entirely persuasive, pall of melancholy hangs over The Messenger, the long-delayed feature film starring Misfits’ Robert Sheehan and directed by David Blair, who brought us four episodes of moody British crime serial

TheHorrorShow.TV Review: THE MESSENGER

The Sixth Sense? Or nonsense? A pervasive, but not entirely persuasive, pall of melancholy hangs over The Messenger, the long-delayed feature film starring Misfits’ Robert Sheehan and directed by David Blair, who brought us four episodes of moody British crime serial

TheHorrorShow.TV Review: POD

The Pod Delusion There’s a batsqueak of Tracy Letts’ psychological thriller Bug (powerfully filmed by William Friedkin in 2006) about Pod, writer-director Mickey Keating’s follow-up to Ultra Violence (2011) and Ritual (2013). Martin (Brian Morvant), a mentally disturbed ex-soldier with a

TheHorrorShow.TV Review: POD

The Pod Delusion There’s a batsqueak of Tracy Letts’ psychological thriller Bug (powerfully filmed by William Friedkin in 2006) about Pod, writer-director Mickey Keating’s follow-up to Ultra Violence (2011) and Ritual (2013). Martin (Brian Morvant), a mentally disturbed ex-soldier with a