Life (2017) Review

Life (2017) Review

Rating: 9.0 from 10

Life (2017) Review Director Daniel Espinosa’s Alien-inspired Life was unfortunately released just a couple of months before Ridley Scott’s much-hyped Alien: Covenant. Why unfortunate? Well, folks were more likely to give an... Read more

The Void (2016) Review

The Void (2016) Review

Rating: 6.0 from 10

The Void (2016) Review Deputy Daniel Carter (Aaron Poole) has parked up on a quiet road to kill some time on his night-shift. He spies a blood-soaked man limping by so does the decent thing and whizzes him over to a local hospital, a hospital... Read more

The Love Witch (2016) Review

The Love Witch (2016) Review

Rating: 3.0 from 10

The Love Witch (2016) Review Every now and then a film comes along that whips the critical establishment into a collective frenzy and every now and again that particular film leaves you wondering exactly why. The Love Witch is one such film... Read more

47 Meters Down (2017)

47 Meters Down (2017)

Rating: 9.0 from 10

47 Meters Down (2017) 47 Meters Down focusses on two sisters, Lisa (Mandy Moore) and Kate (Claire Holt), who are on holiday in Mexico. They decide to go shark diving – for Kate it’s the thrill of being in the water with sharks, for... Read more

The Resident (2015) Review

The Resident (2015) Review

Rating: 7.0 from 10

The Resident (2015) Review Psychological thriller The Resident (formerly The Sublet), not to be confused with the ghastly Hilary Swank film of the same name, is a rare beast. The story is familiar, there’s no surprises and consequently... Read more

Rings (2017) Review

Rings (2017) Review

Rating: 7.0 from 10

Rings (2017) Review Meet Julia (Italian actress Matilda Lutz). Julia is madly in love with her boyfriend Holt (Alex Roe) who seems rather adverse to the idea of wearing a T-shirt, perhaps it’s washday. Holt is off to college but... Read more

Incarnate (2016) Review

Incarnate (2016) Review

Rating: 7.0 from 10

Incarnate (2016) Review Incarnate wastes no time in setting up its pitch. We see Lindsey (Carice van Houten) and her young son Cameron (David Mazouz) returning on foot to their New York home. The boy spies a homeless man across the road and... Read more