• Devil Fetus

    Devil Fetus


    Highly entertaining schlock.

  • Thor: Love and Thunder

    Thor: Love and Thunder

    After hearing very mixed reviews, I was hoping to be able to shrug off worries about it being overly knowing and arch, but sadly, I could not. The jokes are laboured, the plot is wafer thin, and the script is clunky.

    There's always back and forth about having the fate of the universe hanging in the balance every time, but with Ragnarok it felt like there were consequences. This, not so much.

  • The One Man Jury

    The One Man Jury

    Watched as a potental Zombie Club movie, but we didn't show it. Nothing happens for the first half hour, it takes a full hour for Jack to go vigilante, and the only action sequence is the last five minutes.

  • Prey


    I'm not a Predator afficionado, but I enjoyed this. The setting was interesting, and made for a more interesting film than an all-guns-blazing extravaganza.

  • Killdozer


    Every bit as enjoyable as you think it's going to be, if a film about a possessed piece of heavy plant machinery sounds enjoyable to you.

  • Last Step to Death

    Last Step to Death

    Another enjoyable bit of Turkish silliness.

  • Dr. Who and the Daleks

    Dr. Who and the Daleks

    Watched the 4k remaster double bill. This is definitely the weaker of the two.

  • Mission: Impossible II

    Mission: Impossible II

    Enjoyable in parts, but not as mind-blowing as I'm sure I thought it was at the time.

  • Little Shop of Horrors

    Little Shop of Horrors

    Watched the director's cut, and loved it. Now I want to watch the other ending and all the makings of that I can.

  • Top Gun: Maverick

    Top Gun: Maverick

    Enjoyed this a lot more than I thought I would, and that's from someone who doesn't hold the original and any particular regard.

  • Turkey Shoot

    Turkey Shoot

    Turkey Shoot is a cracking wee b-movie, with lots to enjoy. On watching it again recently, I found that the main issue I had with it is that it's an example of a 90 minute film that might be better as a 75 minute film. However, this might just be me and my decreasing attention span,

  • Night of the Demons 2

    Night of the Demons 2

    Better than I had expected. This seems to be on the cusp of films both very knowing, and also being filled with what we now regard as bad CGI.

    It's a relatively generic haunted house feature, but the effects are practical, I laughed out loud a handful of times, and a good time was had by all.