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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 […]

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The Platform (2019)

THE PLATFORM Directed by Galder Gaztelu-Urrutia There couldn’t be a more apt time for this Spanish sci-fi/ thriller to reach streaming services. As people angrily fight for food or loo-roll in a supermarket near you, […]

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Available now on Blu-ray and VOD Takashi Miike can be quite… eclectic, and in recent years his output has included several manga adaptions and kids TV shows. But here he goes back to basics with […]

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Little Joe (2019)

LITTLE JOE Directed by Jessica Hausner Horror has never been known to shy away from tough themes, with recent movies addressing everything from institutionalised racism to schizophrenia and the oppression of the British Empire. The […]

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Don’t Let Go

  Blumhouse channel their inner Frequency in this supernatural spin on the underrated early noughties thriller! Whilst the 90’s are fondly remembered for being a period of slasher films mixed in with high octane action […]

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Parasite (2019)

PARASITE Directed by Bong Joon Ho Finally, after wowing critics, bloggers and general audiences all around the world, Bong Joon Ho’s seventh film Parasite has hit our shores. And if you’ve read anything about it, […]

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NEFARIOUS (2019) Directed by Richard Rowntree Nefarious is the second film from director Richard Rowntree and co-writer Matthew Davis, following their previous collaboration in the 2017 film “Dogged”. Nefarious follows three, eventually intersecting, narratives: the […]