No One Lives(2012)Review

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I needed a film to watch and after scanning Sky Movies I saw this and was sold after reading the synopsis “Luke Evans stars as a murderous psychopath who quickly turns the tables when a gang of redneck brutes take him hostage” Now come on, who isn’t curious after reading that? Another thing I only discovered when watching it is that it stars Lee Tergesen who I consider to be a¬†very¬†underrated actor.

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Charlie’s Farm(2014)Review

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Bill Moseley, Kane Hodder and Nathan freaking Jones how could this not be something special? I first read about this in Scream magazine where they interviewed the makers of the film ever since then I’ve been wanting to watch it. Now I finally have and I’m extremely glad that it more than lived up to the lofty expectations I had of it.

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REC Review

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Another found footage film! I’d never seen this film until a few days a go despite hearing a lot about it and watching Quarantine which is the Americanized version of it. For some reason I’d just never fancied it, maybe for the silly reason that I did not like the American remake. When out shopping me and Mrs Acidburn noticed the REC trilogy on sale and thought sod it lets give it a go, it promptly sat on my horror DVD shelf for 6 months or more until we decided to give it a watch.

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An Introduction

I suppose the best way to start this blog/website off is to explain exactly what it’s all about. I’ve always loved the horror genre of films, ever since I was around 12 years old and got too scared to watch Hellraiser past the opening credits as the music creeped me out too much.

I’ve recently stopped playing a couple of computer games that pretty much ruled all my spare time. So I needed something to replace those hours and hours during the week when my missus is at work. I’ve decided I should write brief reviews of all the horror films I watch being as I watch at least one a week, there may also be the odd comic book film, TV show or video game review as well. Now I wouldn’t expect anything groundbreaking far from it, I’m not the sort of person who looks for hidden meaning in a film or analysis’s it to such a degree that I talk about how they should have used a different sort of camera for the film.

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