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DVD Review: Reckless

Directed by Mora Stephens

Certificate 15

Starring Patrick Wilson, Lena Headey, Ray Winstone, Richard Dreyfuss

Released on 25th July 2016

As a title, Zipper probably worked fine in the US, but needed changing for the British market.  473 more words

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Bone Tomahawk (2015) Movie Review | 100 Day Film Challenge - Day 25

 Bone Tomahawk is S. Craig Zahler’s directorial debut and has an all-star cast, featuring Kurt Russell, Patrick Wilson, and Matthew Fox. Events kick off with two travelers (Sid Haig and David Arquette) who accidentally interfere with an ancient burial ground, which pisses off the group of Troglodytes (who also conveniently happen to be cannibals) it belongs to. 194 more words

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Film Review: Bone Tomahawk

“This is why frontier life is so difficult. Not because of the Indians or the elements but because of the idiots”

I was looking forward to this film for a while. 785 more words


'Conjuring 2' Tops $300 Million at Worldwide Box Office

New Line Cinema’s supernatural horror thriller “The Conjuring 2” has grossed over $300 million at the worldwide box office.

The sequel has grossed $101.4 million at the domestic box office so far and $204.5 million in 60 international markets with a few small territories yet to release. 204 more words


Bone Toma-Hawk: The Review

Director: S. Craig Zahler
Cast: Kurt Russell, Patrick Wilson, Richard Jenkins, Matthew Fox, Lili Simmons, David Arquette
Plot: Sheriff Franklin Hunt (Russell) leads a group of men on a quest to rescue some townsfolk from some cannibalistic tribal kidnappers. 832 more words

Reviews From The Past

Onslaught #002: The Conjuring 2

What constitutes “horror” depends on your mileage; in any given group of people you’re always going to get a debate on whether The Silence of the Lambs is horror or psychological thriller — the latter if you ask me — and you’ll always get the Gorehounds versus the Creeps debating what is actually scary. 1,433 more words


Movie Review: The Conjuring 2

After a traumatic experience, Lorraine and Ed Warren investigate the haunting of a family in Britain. 655 more words

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