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Review: Dog Soldiers (2002, Kismet Entertainment Group)



Directed by: Neil Marshall
Written by: Neil Marshall
Produced by: Brian Patrick O’Toole, Christopher Figg, Tom Reeve, David E. 811 more words

Film Reviews

The Descent: a claustrophobic horror masterclass

Under the guidance of adrenaline junkie Juno (Natalie Mendez), six young women rappel into the depths of an Appalachian pothole seeking adventure – or at least some good stories they can tell back home. 547 more words

Dog Soldiers: Marshall's low-rent horror evokes Romero and Raimi

Six happy-go-lucky soldiers, stranded in remote woodland, see their training mission go ‘belly up’ when the full moon rises and a pack of bloodthirsty werewolves start to hunt them down. 266 more words

65. centurion (2010)

This was lots of fun. Simple, lean and fierce. A potent reminder that Neil Marshall is one of the best genre directors around. It’s a shame his feature length output has dwindled since the release of… 194 more words

Media Diet

First look: Constantine

Here’s the first image for NBC’s new pilot Constantine:

The pilot stars Matt Ryan as John Constantine, an enigmatic and irreverent con-man-turned-occult detective who defends the world against dark forces. 47 more words


Goyer Touts CONSTANTINE series for NBC

DC Comics’ supernatural troubleshooter, John Constantine, will get a second chance to make it as a live-action character, this time in TV series for NBC. 245 more words