The ReZort (2015) Review

The ReZort (2015) Review

Rating: 9.0 from 10

The ReZort (2015) Review The ReZort proves that there’s still life in the undead! Rather than go through the familiar tropes of establishing characters before a zombie outbreak takes a big bite of nearly everyone, The ReZort bypasses the... Read more

The Monster (2016) Review

The Monster (2016) Review

Rating: 5.0 from 10

The Monster (2016) Review Ten-year-old Lizzy (Ella Ballentine) lives alone with her alcoholic, nicotine addicted mother Kathy (Zoe Kazan), her father Roy having left them both. Kathy is supposed to leave in the morning to drop Lizzy off at her... Read more

Prevenge (2016) Review

Prevenge (2016) Review

Rating: 10.0 from 10

Prevenge (2016) Review Prevenge melds black comedy, murder, pregnancy-anxiety and bereavement into an absorbing, addictive mix. Widow Ruth (Alice Lowe) is seven months pregnant. She has a habit of killing people, apparently spurred on by the... Read more

Pieces (1982) Review

Pieces (1982) Review

Rating: 5.0 from 10

Pieces (1982) Review It’s 1942, and Tommy, a repressed ten-year-old, has been caught finishing piecing together a rather saucy puzzle. None too pleased with his mother’s reaction to his current pastime, the boy kills her with an... Read more

Ibiza Undead (2016) Review

Ibiza Undead (2016) Review

Rating: 2.0 from 10

Ibiza Undead (2016) Review A small group of buddies Alex (Jordan Coulson), Big Jim (Ed Kear) and Az (Homer Todiwala) and Alex’s ex-girlfriend Ellie (Cara Theobold) head to Ibiza for the usual reasons – sun, sea and sex. What they... Read more

The Eyes of My Mother (2016) Review

The Eyes of My Mother (2016) Review The Eyes of My Mother begins at a secluded farmhouse where a mother (Diana Agostini) and daughter raise farm animals – there is a Dad but he seems rather absent. Mother is telling her daughter young... Read more

The Call of Charlie (2016) Review

The Call of Charlie (2016) Review

Rating: 10.0 from 10

The Call of Charlie (2016) Review Short films, in my opinion, are unfairly given the cold shoulder in this day and age of bloated, over-long franchise blockbusters. Once upon a time you’d have a short film as a supporting feature at your... Read more