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Expose (AKA The House on Straw Hill) (1976)

Expose (AKA The House on Straw Hill) (1976)

★★★☆☆

    Expose (AKA The House on Straw Hill) (1976) First Released: March 1976 Director: James Kenelm Clarke  Current UK Status: Granted an 18 certificate with 51 seconds of cuts [read on...]

DEATH OF THE MONTH: GODZILLA VS KING GHIDORAH [1991] - Godzilla blasts Shindo

DEATH OF THE MONTH: GODZILLA VS KING GHIDORAH [1991] – Godzilla blasts Shindo

Considering I’ve been ploughing through all the Godzilla films and have nearly come to an end, it’s only right that I include a Death Of The Month from one of [read on...]

LOOKING AT THE WORLD THROUGH ALIEN EYES

LOOKING AT THE WORLD THROUGH ALIEN EYES

Ever since the early days of film, alien invasions have been explored by visionary directors. These aliens were often given stereotypical giant eye and ghoulish teeth, and were mainly used [read on...]

THE PHANTOM OF THE OPERA [1925]  [HCF REWIND]

THE PHANTOM OF THE OPERA [1925] [HCF REWIND]

★★★★½

HCF REWIND NO. 203: THE PHANTOM OF THE OPERA [US 1925, 1929] AVAILABLE ON DVD AND BLU-RAY RUNNING TIME: 113 min/ 93 min [1929 version] REVIEWED BY: Dr Lenera, Official [read on...]

Death of the Month: Robocop- Murphy's Death "Does it hurt?"

Death of the Month: Robocop- Murphy’s Death “Does it hurt?”

  OK, so yes I reviewed Jose Padilha’s Robocop remake favourably, but that doesn’t mean that it’s any better than the original, just very different. Whereas Padilha’s remake brought the [read on...]

DEATH OF THE MONTH: OPERA [1987] - Girl Forced To Watch Her Boyfriend Being Stabbed To Death

DEATH OF THE MONTH: OPERA [1987] – Girl Forced To Watch Her Boyfriend Being Stabbed To Death

Though I think I am in the minority, if I was asked to pick a favourite Dario Argento film, it would be Opera. I agree that Deep Red, Suspiria, and [read on...]

Top 10 Movies for the Family at Halloween

Top 10 Movies for the Family at Halloween

Well, it’s finally here! 31st October – Halloween. The day that everyone loves to scare themselves silly with a horror film and the doorbell and knocker gets more activity than [read on...]