Friday’s Favourite: The Omen (1976)

It’s October. That means there has to be a focus on horror movies. Because statistically in the western world most people do their unprotected fucking around Christmas time, meaning there’s an abundance of fresh babies out in the world right about now. And what is more terrifying than the thought of having children? Accidentally adopting... Continue Reading →


Friday’s Favourite: Tarsem Singh’s The Cell (2000) & The Fall (2006)

I couldn’t decide what was my favourite of Tarsem Singh’s work, it was between The Cell and The Fall. Instead of making life difficult for myself and closely scrutinizing both films in order to make a well researched and informed decision, I decided to write about both. Despite the very different plots of these two... Continue Reading →

Friday’s Favourite: Coherence (2013)

I stated in The Blair Witch Project (1999) review that I would also review Coherence for its low-budget brilliance, and that’s really what this film is. Brilliant and hugely underrated. Any film that can give me goosebumps when utilising such a small set and improvised dialogue, is going to massively impress me. This film was... Continue Reading →

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