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  • Gods and Monsters

    Gods and Monsters


    I'm not sure where to start with Gods and Monsters.
    Is it a drama? Comedy? Horror? Queer Cinema? Biography? History lesson? Fantasy? Psychological thriller?
    Who knows. The only I am certain of is that this is definitely Brendan Fraser's best film. And probably Ian McKellen's, too (I jest)

    Yeah, this really is the McKellen show here.
    After two decades of non-stop franchise appearances, it's easy to overlook just how electrifying he was during the 90's. Between this, Apt Pupil and…

  • The Witch Who Came from the Sea

    The Witch Who Came from the Sea


    After an unintentionally hilarious opening, focusing on close-ups of bulging body builder speedo's, I was left in a false sense of security with The Witch Who Came in From the Sea. This was going to be some bottle of the barrel schlock cheese, right?


    Before you can say "What happened to all the bulge shots" the film takes a swift 180 into Henry: Portrait of a Killer territory and it only gets more messed up from there.

    Molly is…

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  • Street Fighter

    Street Fighter


    Lets not fool ourselves here - Street Fighter is a piece of shit.
    But I'll be damned if time isn't being kind to this car crash. Watching it as a straight comedy last night in a packed cinema, it was a hoot.

    Things that are bad about Street Fighter = Everything.

    Things that are amazing in Street Fighter =

    - Raul Julia's straight delivery of a proposterous script.
    - Van Damme's inspirational call to arms.
    - Van Damme calling Bison…

  • Train to Busan

    Train to Busan


    Damn, Train to Busan. I don't know what to say.
    It's an emotional rollercoaster, that's for sure. A slow start quickly gives way to an adrenaline packed, emotionally wrenching horror movie. Although to be more accurate, this ain't no ordinary horror movie; it's an action movie, a disaster movie & a family drama all in one.

    Zombies on a train is such a cool idea (Horror Express already proved this) - I mean, where do you escape to?…