Review for Josh Lobo’s I TRAPPED THE DEVIL
COME TO DADDY
Elijah Wood stars as Norvel, an alcoholic who is living with his mother after a suicide attempt. When Norvel receives an invitation from his estranged father he accepts and travels to secluded cabin in the woods. Norvel notices something ain’t right with Daddy. Maybe living with mum wasn’t such a bad idea after all.
There seems to be a lot of great Asian tv shows on Netflix that no one is talking about. I hope I can change that for some of you. Are you sick to the teeth watching crime documentaries? (I thought not, me neither). But do you fancy something a little Continue Reading
It is hard to believe that Alien is almost 40-years-old. Even at 40 years of age, nothing has come close to creating the terror and feeling of claustrophobic hopelessness like we got in Ridley Scott’s Alien. Now, to celebrate its anniversary, there will be 6 fan-made shorts. Each short tells Continue Reading
It is always great to see and hear of new emerging film-making talent, especially when it’s made locally. We come from a beautiful part of the world, but things can get dangerous. If you’re an outsider, and by an outsider, I mean not born in Northern Ireland, you may find Continue Reading
Trailer for PARASITE, the new film from Bong Joon-ho, director of The Host, Snowpiercer, Memories Of Murder and Okja!!
A list of new zombie movies coming our way!
Dave Bautista (Guardians Of The Galaxy) has joined Zack Snyder’s ARMY OF THE DEAD
I Trapped The Devil recently fell into my cross-hairs when I stumbled on the magnificent first poster. It had that old-school feel to it. I knew straight away that I Trapped The Devil could only be one genre, and that was ‘horror’. My interest was tweaked further when I learnt Continue Reading
SOMETHING ELSE IS THE NEW MOVIE WRITTEN BY JEREMY GARDNER – DIRECTOR/WRITER/STAR OF INDIE ZOMBIE HIT THE BATTERY Tribeca Film Festival is nearly here (25th April – 5th May) and we really have an astonishing line-up this year. The first film to grab my attention was Something Else – the Continue Reading