Andy Lunn

A film fan of most genres, particularly horror and westerns.

Glad to be getting back out to the cinema again.

Favorite films

  • The Shining
  • Blue Velvet
  • Once Upon a Time in the West
  • Once Upon a Time… in Hollywood

Recent activity

  • The Curse of Frankenstein


  • Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness


  • The Pledge


  • The Many Saints of Newark


Recent reviews

  • The Curse of Frankenstein

    The Curse of Frankenstein


    I am now older than Peter Cushing was when he made this. He certainly appears to be much more of an adult than perhaps I'll ever be.

    Anyhow, that aside I think I love this more and more each time I watch it. Cushing and Lee were such a marvellous pairing, but this is Cushing's movie and he just rules so impressively throughout. Plus, he has amazing sideburns.

    Special mention to Valerie Gaunt, who made this and Dracula, then quit acting. What a legacy!!

  • Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness

    Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness


    I'd become a bit bored of all the Marvel output, but was drawn to this as I'd heard that flashes of the Raimi of old were back. Indeed they are, and that is when this movie is at its best. It also made me want to delve back into some more Raimi, which I did the following evening.

    It's a great little thrill ride with some sequences with their genesis in the world of horror movies. At one point I…

Popular reviews

  • Nina Forever

    Nina Forever


    A couple are haunted by the reappearance of his dead girlfriend every time they have sex. A brilliant concept, marvellously realised in this bloody, icky, pervy little Brit Flick, which I loved.

    My only concern was that it kept appearing to end, and then went on a bit more. However, on reflection, I think it needed that extra breathing space, in order to deliver the full force of the ending.

    One of my favourites of Frightfest 2015.

  • The Fly

    The Fly


    Cronenberg's most commercial film is surprisingly one of his most gross - in a good way of course. There are some keys scenes in this movie, which live with you for years and will have turned as many on to the rest of his work as they turned off. For me the vomit drop destroying Flesh and the maggot baby are those key scenes that I still find a little hard to watch!

    Golblum is twitchy and odd. Perfect casting.…