Dystopia & Horror

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  • Indie Movie Review – The Faceless Man
    Wow… well… I’m almost speechless. That was pretty atrocious. Anyway, a review… I try to find something I like in a film I’m reviewing, but this one was hard! To start with, The Faceless Man didn’t seem to know what it was… gangster, revenge, horror, family drama, small-town vigilante, gore fest… ...
  • Indie Movie Review – Redwood Massacre: Annihilation
    Happy Halloween! To start with, I have to say although Redwood Massacre: Annihilation is a direct sequel to 2014’s The Redwood Massacre, I haven’t actually seen it. Next, I have to say that I’m not a fan of the slasher genre, but I can put that aside and give it ...
  • Indie Movie Review – The Dinner Party (2020)
    I was quite looking forward to seeing The Dinner Party after I saw the trailer and, to be honest, I wasn’t disappointed. It all revolves around the titular dinner party, which is being held by some local power brokers. A playwright, who wants his latest effort produced, has come along with ...
  • Indie Movie Review: Love In Dangerous Times – A CoVid Rom Com
    Now, before the shouts of “there’s the bandwagon, get on board quick” start, let’s just be honest and admit we all knew that a whole pandemic/COVID-19/lockdown-themed genre would be arriving before too long. Love In Dangerous Times isn’t the first one that I’ve seen though; that honour goes to the brilliant Staged, starring ...
  • Indie Movie Review – Attack Of The Demons — it’s animated and it’s horror! Why isn’t this done more?
    I seem to always start off by saying that I’m probably the worst possible person to be writing the review and this is no exception. I’ve said often enough that I’m not one of your rabid horror fans but I’ll usually watch one with minimal prompting. So… ghosts? OK. Vampires? ...
  • Where to watch Alien Addiction, directed by Shae Sterling
    Typical… you wait ages for talented, New Zealand based film directors with an offbeat sense of humour — and then three come along at once! First there was Peter Jackson. Now he’s synonymous with anything Tolkienesque, but way back in the days of VHS tapes he was the master of the ...
  • Is there anything extra during the end credits of The Empty Man?
    No, there are not any extra scenes during, or after, the end credits of The Empty Man. View details and movie information…
  • New Movie Review – The Empty Man
    October is my favorite month: it contains my favorite holiday, and I know Hollywood will provide me with my fix of new horror movies. I can’t get enough of them. Until last night. The Empty Man really disappointed me. They totally dropped the ball on editing and painting a picture that would ...
  • Best horror movies about college students
    Why college students love horrors? The students in horror movie trope is an evergreen in Hollywood. I admit, there’s something special about it all. It can be anything. A mysterious murderer in a chilling costume, a bunch of students receiving a tape or letter that predicts their death, or a lone ...
  • Indie Movie Review – Baby Frankenstein
    This was not a good film. The overall impression was that Baby Frankenstein was an E.T. wannabe, but with a laboratory experiment replacing an extra terrestrial. One group finds the ‘stranger’ and befriends it, and then have to protect it from another group who want to catch it. So the first ...
  • Indie Movie Review – The Luring
    When I saw “The Luring” I thought it looked quite interesting and would make a change from the other low budget offerings I get to see. What usually happens is I get sent an email with the poster and trailer, and then I decide whether or not I want a ...
  • RunPee Weekly Newsletter 30th edition (October 7th, 2020)
    The app that tells you the best time to run and pee during a movie without missing the best scenes.   Release dates keep slipping back Stop me if you’ve heard this one: “Blockbuster movie gets a new release date”   RunPee News Movie Review – Enola Holmes Enola is Sherlock’s younger — and more intelligent — ...
  • Indie Movie Review – The Last Exorcist
    I think it’s only fair to say from the start that I’m not a horror/supernatural film fan, so The Last Exorcist wouldn’t have been one of my first choices if I was toddling down to my local cinema. Ultimately, however, you tend not to review only the films you like, ...
  • Indie Movie Review – Monochrome: The Chromism
    To be brutally frank Monochrome: The Chromism is a bit of a mess. Incidentally, I have to refer to this film by its full name, Monochrome: The Chromism, as there’s a 2016 film called Monochrome which is a totally different story. Anyway, Monochrome: The Chromism starts off with a chap driving cross country, walking through a battlefield, by a ...
  • Indie Movie Review – Homewrecker
    Homewrecker was a bit of a change for me… the first independent film I’d seen that had people in it that I’d seen before!  Alex Essoe, who played Michelle, was in Doctor Sleep (as Wendy Torrance no less!) and Precious Chong, who played Linda, had been in L.A. Confidential and ...
  • Indie Movie Review – Widow’s Point
    Oh dear… what to say about Widow’s Point? Full disclosure — horror is not my genre I just don’t buy into the whole supernatural thing. Having said that, I will watch almost anything (Editor’s note — yes, he will!) and have seen most of the last three years’ worth of newly released ...
  • Indie Movie Review – The Tent (no spoilers)
    I’m not sure what to say for the best here; if I didn’t have to worry about spoilers I could write a much more comprehensive review. For the first half to three quarters of this film I was thinking, “Is it a horror? It’s not very horrific. They could have ...
  • Indie Movie Review – Immortal (Mild Spoilers)
    Immortal is a compilation film; four shorts that all share the theme of someone being, well…immortal. There’s no link between the segments — other than at least one of the protagonists in each part can’t die, regardless of what they try to do. Each of the various parts are all equally ...
  • Indie Movie Review – Hawk & Rev: Vampire Slayers
    I’ll be honest. As soon as this started running I thought, “here we go… another low budget, low talent, low quality bit of nonsense,” but I was pleasantly surprised! I’m sure that it is a low budget piece. The sets seem to be back alleys, back gardens, and public roads. The ...
  • First View Movie Review: Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children (2016)
    Well now, wasn’t this a peculiar movie? Although that can be said for anything Director Tim Burton puts his hand to. Here he plies a Brit version of Professor Xavier’s School for Gifted Youngsters. Call it a creepy Hogwarts with fewer kids and less lessons. Superpowered, but not X-Men These kids aren’t ...
  • Movie Review – The New Mutants
    This was a nice welcome back to the theater movie. It was fun and pulled me in very quickly, especially since this isn’t usually my kind of film. The first thing that comes to mind about The New Mutants was the chemistry. When you have a group of five characters, it’s ...
  • Is there anything extra during the end credits of The New Mutants?
    No, there are not any extra scenes during, or after, the end credits of The New Mutants. View details and movie information…
  • Is there anything extra during the end credits of Gremlins?
    Yes, there are extra scenes during, or after, the end credits of Gremlins. View details and movie information…
  • Classic Movie Review – Gremlins
    Gremlins. One of the best non-Christmas Christmas movies ever made. It’s got a bizarre but cemented niche among the classics that somehow stands up after all this time, although Steven Spielberg seemed to be experimenting with genres in those days. Gremlins (1984) isn’t a great movie, but slips into the ...
  • Director Paul Verhoeven & the Woeful Reboots of Robocop, Total Recall, and Starship Troopers
    What have the following all got in common: Robocop, Total Recall, and Starship Troopers? All three are cracking — if a bit O.T.T. — films by Dutch director Paul Verhoeven. Usually a term like ‘maverick’ is thrown in at some point but, as the only other Dutch director I’m aware of is ...
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