I am back with another list of binge-worthy Netflix crime shows you should be watching When it comes to Netflix crime shows, we are certainly spoilt for choice. There seems to be no end to[…]
Cargo has been high-up on the watchlist for quite some time. So, what did I think of the feature-length inspired by the award-winning Austrailian short? For the few of of you who are unaware of[…]
That’s right, you read that correctly, Nic Cage is teaming up with Japanese director Sion Sono for his English-language debut Could this be a match made in heaven? to me, it certainly seems that way. Legendary,[…]
US is the new film from Jordan Peele, the director of international horror hit GET OUT There was a huge amount of buzz surrounding Jordan Peele when his horror movie took the world by storm.[…]
Psychokinesis, the new film from the director of worldwide zombie hit TRAIN TO BUSAN is now available to stream on Netflix Psychokinesis is the follow-up to the worldwide zombie phenomenon, Train To Busan. The film[…]
Downrange airs on Shudder.com 26th April 2018. If you like films set in single locations, then this is one not to miss. Directed by Ryuhei Kitamura who’s behind classics like Versus and Midnight Meat Train. It’s a simple premise done well. Don’t think about it, relax and just watch the movie.
With My Recent List Of New, Asian Movies To Look Out For. I Thought I Would Keep The Ball Rolling And Focus On Disturbing Asian Movies From Japan You May Have Missed We all know[…]
I am back again with another list of new films. This time I will be focusing on new Asian movies. I hope you enjoy. New Asian Movies LIVERLEAF (Japan) New Asian Movies Bullying seems to[…]
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If you think that just because Echoes is a short film, it doesn’t come with an impressive cast, think again. The newest installment from casueAscene Films is about to hit the film festival circuit. Written by Paul Skillen and Aaron Gray, you really shouldn’t miss this one.