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November 2015 Film List

With the aftermath of Halloween and the beginning of the Heathen/Pagan new year, I had a lot of planning and thinking to do. But I did cram in a bunch of movies.

Mad Max
Henry and June
Get Carter
Ninth Gate
Scars of Dracula
The Room
Escobar – Paradise Lost
*Preservation 6/10
*Bone Tomahawk 7/10
The Room
Dead Lands
*Bleeders 4/10
Open Range
*The Return of Dr x 7/10
I Frankenstein
*Universal Soldier 4 6/10
Lego Movie
Green Inferno
*Trick of Treat 7/10
*Little Girl who Lived Down the Lane 7/10
*Pressure 6/10
*Blood 6/10
Last of the mohicans
*Hollow 3/10
The Evil that Men Do
*The Stanford Prison Experiment 6/10
*Lila and Eve 4/10
Silence of the Lambs
*Creep 2/10
*The Hills Have Eyes 2 5/10
*Religious 8/10
*Blood for Dracula 8/10
Event Horizon

*Judy 2/10
*Ginger Clown 1/10
*True Story 6/0
My Bloody Valentine
Bone Tomahawk
Welcome to the Punch
*SPL2 8/10
*REC 4 7/10
Green Inferno
*Flutter 7/10
*Bad Building 3/10
Killing Zoe
No Vacancy
The Hills Have Eyes 2
Once were warriors
Deep Star Six
Naked Lunch
Shawshank Redemption
Life of Brian
The Lives of Others
The Matrix
Requiem for a Dream
Conan the Barbarian
Long Time Dead

Total 82

New 25

Best- SPL 2

Worst – Ginger Clown

  • Bone Tomahawk
  • Blood or Dracula
  • Stanford Prison Experiment
  • The Return of Dr X
  • Little Girl who lived down the lane
  • Trick r Treat
  • REC 4

5 Selected : Mel Gibson

In the early days I was a big believer that Mr Gibson might just be a brilliant actor given time, but while he took over Hollywood with his quirkness his personal life definitely lost him some fans, but it’s pretty easy for me to set that all aside and focus on his acting and he does constantly reinvent himself and returns with something fresh and new.. Here are 5 Selected Mel Gibson films, probably Volume 1..

Mad Max (1979)

Doing something his epic while starting your movie career will cement you in the history books no matter what crap you produce later on, strangely the charismatic lead went onto some pretty awesome movies while also showing himself up to be a douchebag on so many social occasions, but he remains well loved on the screen.. In Mad Max he plays the quiet loner, a family man who seems to take on a different persona while on the roads running down (quite literally at times) bikers and crooks galore. Max Rockastansky is both brilliant and when pushed, highly dangerous and sadistic, and the man is really pushed to his limits by a brutal biker gang headed by a deranged and brilliant stage actor Hugh Keays Byrne. Going head to head the battle hits new lows as the men target each other and everyone around them slowly picking off by standers until he’s mano et mano. A thrilling indie apocalyptic movie which really brought out the best acting for Mel, although we were never to see this particular persona again. Continue reading 5 Selected : Mel Gibson

10 Great films from 1975 Volume 1

01.Jaws (1975)

Cult Creature Feature that really struck the fear of sharks into modern man. This delightful story of man vs beast see’s three very different characters with diverse agendas having to club together to defeat an unusually large and cunning Great White Shark, as if they aren’t dangerous enough, Jaw’s ups the game toppling man down the food chain. Without all the drama and love affairs from the book by Bletchley , Spielberg managed to craft a lengthy adventure film with lots of horror. 10/10

02.One flew over the cuckoo’s nest (1975)

An interesting insight into the world of mental health care in 70’s America. Jack Nicholson tries to find an easy route back to world via a mental institution where he insists that the crazies should take over the asylum. And if it wasn’t for his arch rival Nurse Ratchet, he might have got away with it.  Dark undercurrents run wild in this engrossing drama with lots of comedic antics. 10/10 Continue reading 10 Great films from 1975 Volume 1

10 Horrors from 2002 worth talking about

For me 2002 was the year of shitty american remakes of wonderful Japanese/Chinese/Korean Horrors, like The Eye  (2002) and the Ring (2002) but Japan was still releasing wonderful films like Ju On  (2002) and Dark Water  (2002).

28 Days Later (2002)

A film that really raised the bar for Zombie movies by introducing the Infected! A bicycle courier is blindsided and awakes weeks later in an abandoned london, he soon discovers that a rage virus was released causing people to go batshit crazy and infect/kill each other. He hooks up with a few other people who travel to Manchester in hopes of gaining the protection of an army base who have been broadcasting but salvation might not that simple. A sterling performance from everyone involved in this cult classic Danny Boyle film, shot on unconventional cameras and on a tight budget the film has an atmosphere unlike any of its counterparts. Bold acting and a thrilling dangerous story really boosted most of the cast into unreal terms of stardom and made the film a drooling gore filled cult classic with a perfectly haunting soundtrack. 10/10 Continue reading 10 Horrors from 2002 worth talking about

September 2018 Film List


Full metal jacket

Kong skull island


*Jurassic World 5/10


Play misty for me

Death machine

Angel heart

People under the stairs



Haute Tension

*Eyeball 5/10


The ambulance

Big trouble in little china



Team America

No one lives


Young and dangerous

*Inner demon 3/10


City of God

5150 elms way



Enter the void

*The Sweet movie 5/10

Wicked city

Lake mungo

Patient zero


*5th passenger 3/10

*frankenstein vs the mummy 3/10



*The last king 1 and 2 6/10


Bigfoot tapes

*Mandy 10/10


*The last king episodes 3 and 4 6/10

Legion (also check out this list

Dead lands



Swamp Thing

Robocop 2


Under the skin



Curse of the demon

Graveyard shift

The thing


*E Demon 4/10

Hotel new Hampshire

Ninja scroll



Julia’s eyes

*Gehenna where death lives 3/10


TOTAL = 67

New – 11

Best new  – Mandy

Worst New – Inner Demon


  • Death Machine
  • Julias Eyes
  • Metropolis
  • Dead Lands
  • Play Misty for me


July 2018 Film List

A much better month for films after the World Cup, a few more new items added to the list including a possible contender for best film ever, and certainly one in my top 10 now..

When the Lights Went Out


Grimm Love

First Blood




*November 10/10

*Maus 4/10

Cry of the Prostitute


Bronx Warriors

Red Rock West

Fried Green tomatoes….


*Devil’s doorway 3/10

Bad Milo



They live

Mr pickles season 3

Lone wolf and cub 4

*Greasy strangler 8/10


Gangster no 1

Devil’s Doorway

28 Days later

Devil’s advocate

Another day in paradise


*Colin 5/10

Riki oh

Full Contact

*Castle of purity 7/10

*The house on Highfield street 3/10

Roberto Succo



*Chappaquiddick 5/10

Truth or die Continue reading July 2018 Film List

10 Horror Films from 2007 Worth Talking About Volume 1

Borderland (2007)

This American – Mexican horror is loosely based on a true story about Adolfo de Jesus Constanzo, a leader of a religious cult and drug lord who practiced human sacrifice, his gang kidnapped and murdered many people and this movie deals with the particulars of American University students who spend the night fighting for their lives in a foreign town and against a huge gang fuled by violence and chaos It takes a while to warm up but it’s then it’s pure nightmare fuel from there on. 7/10 Continue reading 10 Horror Films from 2007 Worth Talking About Volume 1