Cult Invasion: Night of the Bastard Invades its way to VOD

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We recently got the info that Dark Sky Films will be releasing the festival favourite cult-invasion horror, Night of the Bastard looks and it looks a lot of fun. If you’re a fan of movies with satanic cults and also sometimes fancy a little bit of some homely home invasion then look no further, Night … Read more

Shudder Snaps Up New Indie Horror SKINAMARINK

SHUDDER ACQUIRES VIRAL SENSATION¬†SKINAMARINK¬†FROM BAYVIEW ENTERTAINMENT Looks like Shudder will have another hit on their hands with new indie horror Skinamarink. There’s been a huge buzz around this film and I’ve definitely heard more good than bad so I can’t wait to see what’t in store from Kyle Edward Ball’s directorial debut. We are happy … Read more

The Last Of Us: Full-Length Trailer Shows Insane Details and Respect for Games

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The trailer we have all been waiting for is finally here. The full-length trailer for HBO’s The Last Of Us has just dropped and really shows just how respectful they’ve been to the Playstation games. It has been confirmed that The Last Of Us will premiere on HBO in January 2023. Everything we have seen … Read more

Dash Review: Locke on Crack…or is it Heroin?

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The new one-take flick, Dash from writer/director Sean Perry in his directorial debut just hit VOD via the awesome XYZ Films The film follows Milly over the course of one night working for a RideShare company called Dash. He is stressed, trying to raise money for the birth of his kid. Problem is, he had … Read more

The Best Asian Content on Shudder

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This is the second part of our Shudder super-list. This time, we are focusing on the best Asian content to stream. I hope you’re hooked up with some awesome viewing. Let’s get to it. Also, just like Netflix, Shudder has different movies streaming depending on whereabouts in the world you’re from. So, unfortunately, this list … Read more

Hurts Like Hell: Enter The Dark and Seedy World of Muay Thai

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A new mini-series has just dropped on Netflix called Hurts Like Hell. This new 4-part series is from Thailand and deals with the corruption in Muay Thai Boxing Part fictional and part documentary, the series delves into the dark and exploitive world of Thai boxing. In great detail, we get to see the corruption the … Read more

All Quiet On The Western Front Review: A Brutal Reminder of the Horrors of War

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Netflix recently released the remake of the classic war movie All Quiet On The Western Front and, boy, what a tense and brutal viewing this was. A group of enthusiastic young men, no more than 17 years old signed up to fight in the war during World War 1. Excited and passionate to defend their … Read more

New series Connect Drags Takashi Miike into the world of Dark K Dramas

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Connect is a new South Korean mini-series directed by the awesomely talented Japanese director Takashi Miike. This is the first time in K Drama history that a South Korean production company (Studio Dragon) gave the green light for a K Drama Series to be directed by a Japanese director. And what better way to kick … Read more

The Peripheral: Ready Player One, Black Mirror, Westworld, The Matrix & Gamer – all in one

The Peripheral recently hit Amazon Prime Video and you know something? it’s kind of great. One problem though – it’s weekly episodes. Yup, if I had known it was weekly instalments, I would’ve waited and binged the whole thing in one sitting. It is highly addictive and feels like it’s just scratching the surface with … Read more

Dash: New One Take Thriller From XYZ Films

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We have seen a pretty big surge in movies like Dash…and that’s far from a bad thing. I actually love how these films, with just a handful of cast members and one location, can have the same effect on us as any other big-budgeted film. The first film I can remember was Steven Knight’s, Locke … Read more

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