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Revolver (2005) Movie Poster

Revolver (2005) Movie Review

Poor Guy Ritchie. It could be argued that the bloke single-handedly re-invigorated the British film industry with his then-unique brand...

The Descent (2005) Movie DVD Cover

The Descent (2005) Movie Review

“The Descent” is director Neil Marshall’s follow to his cult hit “Dog Soldiers” and sees him return once more to...

House of 9 (2005) Movie DVD Cover

House of 9 (2005) Movie Review

Borrowing more than just a little bit from Vincenzo Natali’s “Cube” and its Canadian brethren “My Little Eye”, the British...


Layer Cake (2004) Movie Review

Following the success of Guy Ritchie’s “Lock, Stock and two Smoking Barrels” in 1998, the British film industry found itself...

Nine Lives (2002) Movie DVD Cover

Nine Lives (2002) Movie Review

It’s rare these days to find a horror film that strays even a little bit outside of genre conventions; it’s...

9 Songs (2004) Movie DVD Cover

9 Songs (2004) Movie Review

Writer/director Michael Winterbottom’s “9 Songs” is about a 20-something couple who meets during a live concert, retires to the man’s...

Creep (2004) Movie DVD Cover

Creep (2004) Movie Review

“Creep” comes along at a time when the British horror industry is experiencing a resurgence of sorts, with recent years...

Jennifer Love Hewitt in If Only (2004) Movie Image

If Only (2004) Movie Review

At the risk of losing my non-existent “cool” credibility with the hipsters who regularly visit the site, let me go...

Bride and Prejudice (2004) Movie DVD Cover

Bride and Prejudice (2004) Movie Review

Gurinder Chadha’s “Bride and Prejudice”, supposedly a modern retelling (Bollywood style) of Jane Austen’s “Pride and Prejudice”, allows me to...

Dead Man's Shoes (2004) Movie DVD Cover

Dead Man’s Shoes (2004) Movie Review

“Dead Man’s Shoes” has been playing at various international festivals, and has been described as revitalizing the slasher film in...

Hardware (1990) Movie DVD Cover

Hardware (1990) Movie Review

One of the bleakest, most inventive, and nihilistic films of the 1990s was barely noticed when it was first released,...

Death Machine (1995) Movie DVD Cover

Death Machine (1995) Movie Review

When you get right down to it, Stephen Norrington’s debut film, “Death Machine”, is pretty stupid. And I don’t even...

Lighthouse (1999) Movie DVD Cover

Lighthouse (1999) Movie Review

There’s no doubt the British Slasher “Lighthouse” (aka “Dead of Night”) could have been much better. It has an interesting...

Shaun of the Dead (2003) Movie DVD Cover

Shaun of the Dead (2003) Movie Review

Who knew the Brits cared about making anything other than quirky romantic comedies, quirky gangster comedies, and quirky period comedies?...

Alone (2001) Movie DVD Cover

Alone (2001) Movie Review

I am reasonably certain there was a good movie in the British Serial Killer film “Alone”, but the final product...