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Indie Movie Review – Bite Me (2019)

  So…yet another vampire film. Whenever you think of a vampire film you automatically start thinking of garlic, holy water, stakes, and factor five hundred sunscreen. Let’s just throw it in the “horror” bin and see what comes up next. But wait a minute…Bite Me isn’t really a horror film. Other than the fact there […]

Indie Movie Review – Confession (2022)

I did have to check my CV to make sure that I hadn’t, somehow, ended up as the publicist for Stephen Moyer! It only seemed five minutes ago that I was watching him in Krays: Code Of Silence and here he is again in Confession! Fortunately, as with his turn as Nipper Reed, watching him […]

Indie Movie Review – An Exquisite Meal

Talk about going in cold! Usually there is a bit of blurb or a summary on IMDb to get an idea of what I’m about to see. But, for An Exquisite Meal, this time there was nothing other than the genre boxes which said “Comedy” and “Thriller”. As the running time is only an hour […]

Indie Movie Review – The Mutation

I’ve seen quite a few independent films over the last year or so, thanks to my wonderful editor Jilly sending me links to films to watch and review. Some have been exceptionally good, while others have been unremittingly dire. Unfortunately, The Mutation leans toward the latter. It is unoriginal, poorly performed, confusingly set, and riddled […]

Indie Documentary Review: Smoke And Mirrors – The Story Of Tom Savini

Lucky me! Two documentaries in one day. This one is about a guy who is, apparently a horror effects wizard. I assumed that I wouldn’t have a clue who he was what with me not being the big horror fan. Imagine my surprise then when I saw the first few seconds and thought “oh… it’s him!” […]

Indie Movie Review – When I’m A Moth

  I was quite looking forward to When I’m A Moth for a number of reasons. Last October I reviewed a film called The Wall Of Mexico — which I enjoyed — and when the preview invite for When I’m A Moth popped up, some of the names rang a bell. Those names were Zachary Cotler and Magdalena […]

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How I Became An Independent Film Reviewer

  So… the whole world was gripped by the pandemic and, due to medical reasons, I’m identified as “someone thought to be clinically extremely vulnerable and at highest risk of becoming very unwell if you catch COVID-19,” and, as a result, I was, essentially, housebound. I’d gone from going out every day of the week, […]

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Indie Movie Review – Death Drop Gorgeous

I know that low budget, by definition, means that corners have to be cut. Sometimes that adds to the fun of things! I mean would Kevin Smith’s debut feature, Clerks, have been as much fun if there wasn’t the running joke of the shutters being stuck down when they were down because the only time he […]

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Indie Movie Review – The Old Ways

The Old Ways is a fairly standard tale. It opens with a woman screaming in pain and bathed in sweat. Is she giving birth? It’s hard to tell. Her young daughter is there and, all of a sudden, there is a scream and mum turns into a demon and grabs the young girl’s arm, marking […]

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Indie Movie Review – Repeat

I know that the big studios have been panicking about their health and, indeed, long-term future, which explains why so many blockbusting tent poles were withheld and all the fuss over Tenet being released. The main fear is, presumably, that people will get out of the habit of getting out of their comfy armchairs and […]

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