Eat Locals (2017) Review

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After watching Double Date the other week I fancied some more British horror comedy and luckily for me right next to it on Sky cinema was this one. The cast looked pretty decent, it even has Daredevil in it! The premise of some sort of vampire film was enough for me to give it a go. A Sunday afternoon spent watching British comedy horror is bordering perfection!

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Nails (2017) Review

 

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I’m a big fan of Ross Noble’s free wheeling, for those unaware it’s a show on UK channel Dave where stand up comedian Ross Noble follows orders off Twitter. He basically riding around the UK meeting up with people who ask him to do stuff on his Twitter account, it’s amazing fun! I was gutted when I found out there wouldn’t be any more for the foreseeable future. I noticed that Ross Noble had said he was working on acting in another horror movie having already appeared in the darkly funny killer clown film Stitches. So when I saw this on Netflix I had to give it a watch.

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Stag (2016) Review

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After watching and reviewing The Ritual (Click HERE for review) I took to Twitter to see what everyone else thought of it, as usual there were varied opinions but most people found it at least a decent watch. This is where I was asked if I’d ever seen Stag a BBC mini series, I vaguely remember seeing it advertised but gave it no attention. After looking it up and saw that it had Reece Shearsmith, James Cosmo and Tim Key in it I was sold. I tracked down a copy and got ready to binge, not sure if that’s the right word for three episodes but never mind, I watched all of them back to back and here’s my thoughts.

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Doghouse (2009) and Severance (2006) Reviews

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A couple of Sundays ago for some unknown reason the film Doghouse popped into my head, I hadn’t see it for a while so decided to give it a watch. After posting on Twitter what I was watching someone suggested Severance another British horror starring Danny Dyer. So I settled down for an afternoon of Danny Dyer being hunted by zombies and trained militia, although he plays pretty much the same sort of character in all his films I still find him fun to watch and he’s in starred a few decent films as well.

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The Ritual(2017) Review

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I saw the trailer for The Ritual last year and I’ve wanted to watch it ever since. I tried to go to the cinema but it had awkward times like 10pm on a week day, that might not sound too bad but when I have to get up at 5am for work the following day it was never going to happen. This film arrived on Netflix last Friday but just like the UK fuck it’s own football fans by banning 3 o’clock kick offs being shown on TV, Netflix released this on every Netflix apart from the UK, typical. Still I managed to get a copy and sat down one night to see if it lived up to the high praise it’s been getting.

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Inside No 9 Series 2 Review

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After absolutely loving the first season of this dark, funny and twisted TV show I couldn’t wait to get the second one watched. I surprisingly resisted the urge to binge watch it all sticking to two episodes a day like I did with the first series, I think sometimes this is a better way to watch a TV series I want to review as it gives me time to think over each episode. You can find my review of the first series by clicking¬†HERE!

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Inside No 9 Series One Review

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After seeing Reece Shearsmith and Steve Pemberton on a breakfast show talking about the third series of their show Inside No 9 I decided to give it a go. I’d never really heard of it until I saw them talking about it on TV, it’s an anthology series which to be honest I’m not usually a fan of but because these two write and direct it I had to give it a watch. I’m a massive fan of League of Gentlemen and I think Steve Pemberton is a cracking actor who is often underrated due to starring in things like Benidorm.

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Attack the Block (2011) Review

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I’d seen this before but a few days after watching the new Star Wars film I realised that Finn played by John Boyega played the main character in this film. I’d loved this movie first time round, (which me & Mrs AcidburnsHorrorShow watched in an a cinema with no one else there) so thought why not give it a watch and review it for the site. In some ways it flies under the radar a lot I never see it mentioned despite it being a damn fine film.

“If you’re into comedy horror/gore then this is a must watch film that I highly recommend you check out!”

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