Mad God – UK Review (2021)

There is nothing like ‘Mad God’. Which is both a good thing, and a bad thing. Good, because it’s one of the most strikingly original movies I’ve ever seen. That’s not hyperbole, because when you see it, you’ll think so too. Bad, because it’s unlikely we’ll see its like again anytime soon. This is for […]

Episode 12!

Hey everyone! We are no up to episode 12. We love talking movies, games and everything in between. We are also strong advocates of mental health awareness. If ever you need to talk to us, please visit our YouTube channel and comment on a video. Or if you would rather message us, you can find […]

OWGR – A New YouTube Channel

OWGR. A name that will be synonymous with gaming, movies and everything in between. We launched on 28th January 2022, and our third episode is already up. Fronted by myself (Jon) and my buddy (Andrey), we talk about our passion for movies, games, art, collectables and many other things. We sometimes even have a guest […]

Jakob’s Wife – UK DVD Release (2021)

Anne (Barbara Crampton), has been married to small town minister Jakob Fedder (Larry Fessenden) for 30 years. Her life has been pretty uneventful, and she yearns for something more. That something comes in the form of The Master, and in turn gives Anne what she always wanted. However Anne will soon discover that you should […]

The Dark And The Wicked (2021)

Louise Straker (Marin Ireland) and her brother Michael (Michael Abbott Jr) return to their childhood home to offer support to their mother, after finding out that their father is gravely ill. However, they are not offered a warm welcome, but instead told that they “shouldn’t have come” by their mother Virginia (Julie Oliver-Touchstone). The siblings […]

The House on the Edge of the Park (1980)

   A woman is brutally raped and killed by psychotic Alex (David Hess) late one night. Afterwards he returns to work at a garage where his simple friend Ricky (Giovanni Radice) also works. When a young well to do couple come into the garage asking for help fixing their car and say that they’re going […]

My Soul to Take (2010)

Years ago the town of Rivereton, Massachusetts was stalked by a serial killer known as The Ripper. At the start of the movie you see that the Ripper was a family man with several personalities. When he is put to rest it is thought that his souls or personalities inhabit the bodies of seven children […]

Absentia (2011)

Well this was a strange one. The story begins with Tricia (Courtney Bell) wandering around town posting flyers regarding her husband who has been missing for seven years. When she returns home she finds that her sister, Callie (Katie Parker) has returned from her travels to stay with Tricia. Callie has issues of her own […]

The Abominable Dr. Phibes (1971)

Vincent Price has always been the go to guy for strange and kooky roles. He’s dependable and doesn’t mind hamming it up on occasion. He does so with real gusto as Dr. Phibes. Dr. Phibes is a tortured genius seeking revenge on 9 people he deems responsible for the death of his darling wife on […]

Tremors (1990)

Val (Kevin Bacon) and Earl (Fred Ward) are two handy men who live in the small, quiet town of Perfection. They get by doing odd jobs, but after one nasty accident involving sewage, they decide it’s time to move on to pastures new. However something is under the ground, something large and very hungry. When […]

Tourist Trap (1979)

Five friends are travelling along the back roads of America looking for tourist spots to hang out at and enjoy. After one friend goes missing whilst looking for a spare wheel to replace a flat, the other four friends get in a car and go look for him. As they’re driving they come across a […]

Dolls (1987)

When little Judy Bower (Carrie Lorraine), her father David (Ian Patrick Williams) and step-mother Rosemary (Carolyn Purdy-Gordon) become stranded in a storm after their car gets stuck in the mud, they seek solace in a nearby mansion. The owners of the mansion, doll maker Gabriel Hartwicke (Guy Rolfe) and his wife Hilary (Hilary Mason) tell […]

Black Water Vampire (2014)

Investigating the crimes of alleged serial killer Raymond Banks (Bill Oberst Jr.), four friends find a lot more than they bargained for. Every ten years, the bodies of lone females have been found butchered, lying in the woods. The man arrested and charged for the murders was Raymond Banks, however Danielle Mason (Danielle Lozeau) believes […]

Stir of Echoes (1999)

Tom Witzky (Kevin Bacon) is a hard working husband who seems to be grinding his way through life. He and his wife Maggie Witzky (Kathryn Erbe) are invited to a party where the sceptical Tom his asked if he would like to be hypnotized. Tom believing hypnotism to be a joke, agrees, thinking nothing will […]

Nothing Left to Fear (2013)

When Dan (James Tupper) is asked to become the new pastor of a small town, he hauls his family half way across the country to take on his new role. Together with his wife Wendy (Anne Heche), two daughters Rebecca (Rebekah Brandes) and Mary (Jennifer Stone) and their son Christopher (Carter Cabassa) they arrive in […]

The Phantom returns.

From the fine folks over at http://www.ArrowFilms.co.uk on February 24th is Brian DePalma’s cult extravaganza ‘Phantom of the Paradise’. This remastered release will be available in a standard AMRAY case with reversible sleeve, and also in a limited edition steelbook with brand new artwork. Pre order your copy today from Arrow Films. JM

Here comes Herman!

I love The Munsters, from the catchy theme tune to the creepy costumes, I’ve always loved it. So I was jazzed to see that Sideshow Collectibles are stocking this baby, and at a reasonable price too. Snap it up before someone else does and then sells them at a hike. Order yours today from http://www.sideshowtoy.com […]

Lady in White (1988)

One Halloween a young boy named Frankie Scarlatti (Lukas Haas) tells a scary story to his classmates. Frankie has a vivid imagination and likes to write stories. After school, two bullies grab Frankie’s hat and throw it into the class cloakroom. The bullies tell Frankie where he can find it. However when Frankie goes to […]

Demons (1985)

I promised my good buddy Jamie that I’d do a review of Lamberto Bava’s ‘Demons’, so here it is. This is brilliantly trashy 80’s horror from Italian horror legend Lamberto Bava, son of the brilliant Mario Bava. A mysterious stranger appears in a metro station and begins to hand out flyers inviting people to attend […]