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The Mule Movie Review

This movie was super gross. I gagged and almost threw up during several scenes, and how couldn’t I when the plot revolves around whether a guy with 20 condoms of heroin in his stomach poops or doesn’t poop. 201 more words

Movie & TV Reviews

’54 Days’ Independent Australian Film Is Truly Gripping (Review/Trailer)

’54 Days’ Independent Australian Film Is Truly Gripping (Review/Trailer)

54 Days, an independent Australian film from Tim R. Lea is a truly gripping bit of work that goes to show just how great cinema is that comes from Oz. 56 more words



“My Beautiful Laundrette” Directed by Stephen Frears (1985)

  • one of the first films to portray homosexuality in a positive light (indicative of the time of release)
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The Babadook - 26/10/2014 @ Showcase Cinema, Bristol.

Horror is a genre I have a love/hate relationship with. Many aspects of the genre are what got me interested in cinema in the first place. 730 more words

Film Review

The Babadook - 2014

The horror genre has taken a turn for the worse in recent years, with boring, cheap, lazy filmmaking techniques and marketing scams taking over what the genre is all about. 619 more words

2014 Aug - Dec

Midnight Screaming: The Babadook

I apologize for the temporary absence of the weekly Midnight Screening from this blog for the better part of the month of November. I was too busy elsewhere and found myself too distracted with other reviews. 1,189 more words


First look--Predestination, the latest time travel mind trip

Finally the Australian film Predestination will be making it to the States.  The Aussie Spierig Brothers direct this loose adaptation of Robert A. Heinlein’s short story “All You Zombies.”  Bringing some genre street cred to this independent film is… 181 more words