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Posted in: News, Friday 21st Oct 2016
If you were lucky enough to attend FrightFest or more recently Grimmfest you'd have had the opportunity to see the utterly superb zombie outbreak movie Train To Busan.
This adrenaline packed gut-muncher takes the genre to the next level with superb performances, a tighter than should be legal script and pin-sharp direction.
A mysterious viral outbreak pushes Korea into a state of emergency. The government declares martial law just as divorced Seok-woo and his daughter catch the KTX bullet train from Seoul to Busan to see her mother. But someone on the journey has been recently infected sending the hurtling carriages into complete chaos. As the living dead transform the voyage into a nightmare excursion, father and daughter and a small group of
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Friday 21 October @ 02:40
By Emily Booth, Thursday 20th Oct 2016
This week my blog gets controversial and political as I discuss the amazing eye-opening depths of our network film premiere on Saturday; John Carpenter's They Live. Like The Matrix, this film will have you thinking outside the box, and totally questioning the reality you are living right now. You will see that we are living in an artificially-induced state of consciousness, and that, in effect, we are asleep!
Made in 1988 by self-proclaimed activist and horror legend John Carpenter, They Live was in its own time a fictional expose on the divisive economic policies known as 'Reaganomics'. However, 28 years later the film has taken on a life of its own, and is perhaps even more relevant now than it was in '88. The film h... »
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Posted in: Reviews, Friday 21st Oct 2016
The Purge: Election Year - Film review
The end of The Purge: Anarchy set up more political intrigue than we might have expected from the Blumhouse franchise, but it was a welcome addition. The Purge: Election Year follows up on the set up, taking us to a new Purge Night (for the uninitiated, a holiday in a not too distant future USA where all crime is legal for the night), where anti-Purge presidential hopeful Charlie Roan (Elizabeth Mitchell) is forced outside during the t
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