Martin (1976) – UK 4K Blu Ray Review from Second Sight

By 1976, George Romero had already established himself as a director with a keen eye for both horror and social commentary. With ‘Martin’, he really explores the notions of isolation and mental illness. John Amplas plays the titular role of Martin, and was also his movie debut. He captures the essence of a young man’s […]

Martin (1976) – UK 4K Blu Ray Review from Second Sight

By 1976, George Romero had already established himself as a director with a keen eye for both horror and social commentary. With ‘Martin’, he really explores the notions of isolation and mental illness. John Amplas plays the titular role of Martin, and was also his movie debut. He captures the essence of a young man’s […]

V/H/S/ 99 (UK Blu Ray Review)

Dear oh dear. I have always had a fondness for anthology pictures, such as Creepshow and the Tales From The Crypt TV show. It has always been interesting, though not without its faults, to see filmmakers deliver their idea in a 15-20min segment. Horror bites, if you like. Sadly, the results of V/H/S/ 99 are […]

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 […]

The Spine of Night (2021)

Tzod (Lucy Lawless), a high priestess from a jungle based tribe, goes on a journey to destroy an unholy power that has plunged the world into darkness. The Spine of Night boasts an impressive array of actors, such as Richard E. Grant, Parton Oswalt, Lucy Lawless and Joe Manganiello…to name but a few. It’s an […]

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 […]

Pyewacket (2017)

Pyewacket stars Nicole Munoz as Leah, a teenage girl frustrated at her life after her mother decides to uproot and move out into the countryside. In an act of desperation, Leah summons a demon called Pyewacket to kill her mother, however later has a change of heart. But Pyewacket has already been summoned, and it […]

Demons 2 (1986)

I do enjoy watching these movies, however I don’t find them scary at all. I find myself laughing throughout most of it as the acting is very OTT in places. Things kick off here as a girl called Sally (Coralina Cataldi-Tassoni) is having a birthday party. However she storms off into her bedroom when she […]

In the Mouth of Madness (1994)

My second John Carpenter review brings us to this under-looked gem from 1994. The opening credits music is quite possibly one of the most bad ass fucking pieces of music ever. It’s music that seems like it belongs in a totally different movie. Check it out on YouTube and see why. Kicking things off we […]

Prince of Darkness (1987)

For hundreds of years a dark secret has been kept in a church basement in Los Angeles. After the death of a priest who was guarding it, the key to the basement is entrusted to a priest (Donald Pleasence). He goes down to the basement and finds a large vat of green liquid. The priest […]

Deep Rising (1998)

“Full scream ahead” says the tagline. Well what a scream this film is. This is one of those brilliant, schlocky, B-movie type deals. The cast is not A-list whatsoever, but everyone is on such top form that it scarcely matters. Directed by Stephen Sommers (The Mummy), Deep Rising is perfect friday night fodder for you […]

Angel Heart (1987)

New York, 1955. Harry Angel (Mickey Rourke) is hired by a mysterious businessman named Louis Cypher (Robert De Niro) to find a man named Johnny Favourite who reneged on a deal that he had with Cypher. Apparently Johnny Favourite has been missing for quite some time and Mr. Cypher is eager to find him and […]

The Believers (1987)

I remember stumbling across this gem whilst channel hopping late one night. It is a fantastic thriller directed by the late, great John Schlesinger (Midnight Cowboy, Marathon Man). It stars Martin Sheen as a psychiatrist called Cal Jamison who moves to New York with his young son after his wife is killed in a tragic […]

House of Usher (1960)

I have always had a soft spot for anything starring Vincent Price, however I entered this film with some trepidation as it is directed by Roger Corman who isn’t exactly renowned for his high class entertainment. The film centres on a young man by the name of Philip Winthrop (played by Mark Damon) , who […]

Event Horizon (1997)

This film is fantastic. Let me just stress that right now. Paul WS Anderson has never, until this day, made a better movie. I don’t think it’s a fluke. The guy has some talent, but instead decides to waste it on the terrible Resident Evil films. Which is a shame, because here he shows a […]

The Initiation (1984)

The Initiation was released in the later half of 1984. It was released when video stores were stuffed to the gills with cheap slasher movies and various knock-offs. The plot revolves around a young girl called Kelly, who keeps having a reoccurring nightmare about her father being stabbed and a mysterious burning man. She speaks […]