Massacre Mafia Style truly has to be seen to be believed. And by that, I mean the opening ten minutes, which surely rates as one of the most amazing opening scenes ever filmed. It's shocking, tacky, brutal, idiotic, appalling and absolutely astonishing. Unfortunately, the rest of the film can't hope to live up to it, but it sure tries its best. The film quickly introduces us to two ageing wiseguys, suit-clad gangsters Reservoir Dogs or, indeed, Pulp Fiction-style... [READ MORE]
I'll have to start this review with 50 years in 2 paragraphs. Doctor Who is an English TV show that started in 1963 and tells of the various adventures of a time travelling, space-faring, bad-guy botherer known as the Doctor. He travels through time and space righting wrongs and defending the innocent (well, whomever he decides is innocent... [READ MORE]
Norman (Paolo Malco) and Lucy Boyle (Catriona MacColl) are packing their belongings to relocate from New York to a small town in New England, when their son Bob (Giovanni Frezza) experiences a bizarre communication from a little girl seen in a photograph depicting a derelict house. The communication is in fact a warning to him not to go there... [READ MORE]
I like it when Steven Seagal movies have three word titles, but Force of Execution doesn't quite work for me because I prefer it when there's a silent "Steven Seagal is" that goes in front of the title, like a secret pre-title. To rub salt in the wound there's a pre-title card that boldly states "Steven Seagal in", so it's like the filmmakers know they should be living up... [READ MORE]
Attack Force's cover features Steven Seagal's face awkwardly pasted onto someone else's body, and it also looks like Stevie's face has undergone some significant airbrushing. At first this might seem like a dubious practice, presenting potential viewers with something that's not quite Stevie to entice them in. However, on this occasion... [READ MORE]
The first time I saw Hollywood Chainsaw Hookers was on Joe Bob Brigg's Drive-In Theater, and Michelle Bauer was on as a guest. There was discussion of an early scene, and how much of her ended up on camera. The short version of this review is that this would be a spectacular Blu-ray release, but this key sequence has been compromised... [READ MORE]
At seventy, you'd be forgiven for thinking that director George Miller's best work is well behind him, but the stuff he delivers in Mad Max Fury Road, the fourth in the venerable Aussie apocalyptic action movie series, is the sort of work that should make modern action directors like your Michael Bays and those shaky-cam devotees hang their heads in shame... [READ MORE]
Matt Rossi (Tom Berenger), a former boxer who once killed an opponent in the ring, works for a talent agency that caters exotic dancers for the many Mafia-controlled strip clubs across New York City. Matt and his partner Nicky (Jack Scalia) are hounded by police detective Al Wheeler (Billy Dee Williams) when a psychopath begins randomly maiming... [READ MORE]
The Australian made sci-fi thriller Infini is now available to rent or buy on iTunes and other digital platforms, and to celebrate we're giving you the chance to win one of two sci-fi DVD prize packs thanks to Entertainment One. Each pack will contain 1 x Skyline DVD, 1 x Source Code DVD, and 1 x Europa Report DVD. Set in the dark reaches of space... [READ MORE]
I've long maintained that there are not enough horror movies based on American Indian folklore. Indians have awesome stories about all sorts of monsters, and yet these rich tapestries of tales go largely unused in cinema. Savaged is a movie that seems like it could've tied in to Indian legends, but mostly it's about a possession... [READ MORE]
Confession: I had never seen Manhunter, yet it was on my list of must-sees. Was it worth it? Short answer – Hell yes. Michael Mann’s Manhunter was the first introduction into the world of Hannibal Lecter (or Lecktor as it was in the film). With Red Dragon being made some 16 years later, Manhunter stands up as the better film version.... [READ MORE]
Infini, the Australian sci-fi thriller with shades of Alien and Event Horizon, will land on digital platforms tomorrow, and Entertainment One has teased us with a couple of exclusive clips that you can watch below. In the second feature from Director Shane Abbess (Gabriel), Daniel MacPherson stars as Whit Carmichael, the lone survivor of a freak incident... [READ MORE]
To celebrate the DVD and Blu-ray release of Joe Lynch's Everly, Digital Retribution is giving you the chance to win 1 of 4 DVDs! Prostitute-turned-informant Everly (Salma Hayek – From Dusk 'till Dawn) has an axe to grind - and that’s only one of the weapons she has in her arsenal. Trapped in a high-rise apartment with a price on her head... [READ MORE]
It's the dawn of the disco era in New York, and one man finds himself really struggling with this new style of music. Hearing disco tunes sends him into a trance, and if he finds himself in a Steve Guttenberg type situation where the music can't be stopped, things get ugly. Taking a cue from Silent Night, Deadly Night he puts himself in a situation... [READ MORE]
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