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One Two Freddys..... well not Freddy anymore! 1

Remakes, you either love em or you hate em. They have their place, a way to drawn in a new class of viewer, granted a class that ignores the talent of the original work and thinks that the newer version is canon but still… a class of sorts. I for one am not always open minded about remakes, I have seen some classic re inventing of an old story, Halloween glowed with Rob’s treatment (until you watch the second one) and I am almost certain the Rodrigueze’s version of Predators but there have been ...

5 out of 5 found this review helpful.

Dorian 1

   Dorian Gray   Lord Henry and Dorian Gray While not all of you would be real fans of this particular story, I say real as in NOT the character in League of Extraordinary Gentlemen but rather the dark and haunting figure created by one Oscar Wilde.  Though yes the character in Leauge is the same character, this one has no super powers...  The story is of a young man who after seeing a remarkable painting of himself becomes obsessed with his own beauty and basically trades his soul to stay young...

18 out of 23 found this review helpful.


Not so long ago a new director burst onto our screens with one of the most violent and freaky horror films ever created. Rob Zombie wowed audiences with House of 1000 Corpses and went on to create one of my personal favourites Devils Rejects. His style and capabilities have honoured him with a cult following of horror fans that worship his every move. When it was announced he was the director to take on Halloween his followers rejoiced, even reviewers praised the choice, movie goers were not dis...

7 out of 8 found this review helpful.

Bad Boys in Tweed 1

The boys  Sherlock Holmes Reviewed     I’ll admit it, I’m not a Guy Ritchie fan. I understand that a lot of people adore Lock Stock and Snatch, they were simply not my cup of tea, so when I heard he was doing Sherlock Holmes, it brought about the same kind of vomit inducing reaction as hearing that Russell Crowe is doing Robin Hood. Then the hateful gods of film piled Jude Law in there as well, HORROR, BLASPHEMY, BASTARDS and many other vile expressions were produced in my mind.  While not a ha...

10 out of 11 found this review helpful.

Simply not good. 2

My film-dar has vanished this year, normally I am pretty good at calling whether or not a film is going to suck or rock, sometimes of course I am pleasantly surprised but most of the time I get it on the nose. This year my judgements have been totally off, completely vanished even, were I thought Alice in Wonderland would be another Tim Burton flop it was a winner and where I thought Kick-Ass would be a wonderful cult romp it fell on its well.. Ass.From the moment that we were introduced to the ...

12 out of 24 found this review helpful.