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Skinamarink (2023)

SKINAMARINK Streaming on Shudder Available on Blu-ray, DVD and digital on 3 July 2023 In the past year or so I’ve really taken to listening to ambient music. As pretentious as it might seem, I […]


Vortex (2022)

Vortex (2022) Directed b Gasper Noe “To all those whose brains will decompose before their hearts” – a poetic title card which opens Gasper Noe’s latest film: Vortex. Anyone familiar with Noe’s previous work and […]

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Zeros and Ones (2022)

Set in a covid riddled world, Ethan Hawke plays American military operative JJ. Called to Rome to prevent an approaching terrorist bombing, all the while searching for information for his imprisoned and now believed to […]

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Titane (2021)

Titane (2021) Following up from 2016’s hit Raw – Julia Ducouranu (previously interviewed by Horror Cult Films back during the release of Raw) is back and sneaking in during the last gasps of 2021 to […]

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Jumbo (2021)

Scream if you wanna go faster! In 2004, competitive archer, and Olympic gold medal winner, Erika Labrie, got married. In a ceremony of commitment, she took her partners surname, and now goes by Erika Eiffel. […]

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Black Bear (2021)

Pre-review warning: This is a pretty difficult film to write about without spoiling. While I’ll try to keep that to a minimum, it’s really a film which works best going in blind. It’s a regular […]


Spree (2020)

The internet gives way to many self contained worlds. All too easy to be sucked in, and many, including myself, are now born into it. Living around it, you can get stuck in a little […]

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Possessor (2020)

I’ve always had an interest in movies that (in a semi realistic way) attempt to tackle our current and future relationship with technology. It’s a balancing act, you want to convey the dangers, but also […]


Where Does a Body End? (2020)

Available on DVD/Blu-Ray/Vimeo Monoduo Films For the uninitiated, I’d describe the music of Swans as the soundtrack for the end of the world. At their heaviest, they’re extremely loud, overbearing, and hypnotising. Where Does a […]

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Verotika (2019)

Verotika is the cinematic debut of punk rock legend Glenn Danzig. With his anthology film, Danzig comes full circle; from his music, most noticeably with the Misfits, being massively influenced by old school horror, he […]