HCF Reviews

WEIRD FICTION (2018)

UK Release Date – TBC An anthology like this knows exactly where to aim for in both style and content, with a title that evokes lurid pulp magazines featuring fantasy and horror. The classic George […]

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BAD APPLES (2018)

UK Release Date – TBC Another week, another cheapo slasher film that wants to be John Carpenter or even Adam Wingard but hasn’t got the talent involved to even get close. With a tag-line like […]

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THE LULLABY (2017)

AKA Siembamba UK Release Date – To be confirmed While a South African horror film might sound like a refreshing idea, it’s soon apparent here that the usual tropes are still going strong outside of […]

Comedy

ENTANGLEMENT (2017)

UK Release Date – TBC Quantum physics buzzwords may not sound like the most logical choice for a story that is part thriller, part mental breakdown and part romantic comedy, but here we are. As […]

Drama

I KILL GIANTS (2017)

In UK Cinemas 6th April 2018 Those looking for something a little different from the usual comic book movie fare look no further. This adaptation of Joe Kelly’s 2008 coming of age drama might still […]

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DER TODESKING (1989)

AKA THE KING OF DEATH Coming to Dual Format DVD and Blu-ray on 26th February from Arrow Video It’s an odd phenomenon but for various reasons just describing something like this as a series of […]

Comedy

PULP (1972)

Available on Blu-ray and DVD from Arrow Video 18th December 2017 Director Mike Hodges has a pretty eclectic body of work. He’s someone who’s told dark stories about crime and death… but also worked on […]

Genres

LIVE-EVIL (2015)

Available on Amazon Video 31/10/17 with other platforms to follow Live-Evil is one of those films that you can just feel won’t quite deliver on the lofty promises made by the film makers. They claim […]

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ANTI MATTER (2016)

AKA Worm Available to stream now Science and Hell have come together… well at least according to one of the poster taglines. The same artwork also suggests this will be mixing up the twisting cities […]