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Category: Reviews

As Above So Below Review

As Above, So Below
Now before i go any further its best i make this clear, as far as i’m concerned the idea of making  film’s in the style of found footage or hand held is a dead horse that some people just can’t help but keep flogging, for the sake of all that is unholy………. stop it!….or do it better!

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Lets Scare Jessica To Death (1971) – Classic Review

Lets Scare Jessica to death
Lets Scare Jessica To Death – Filmed in 1970 and written and directed by John Hancock, using the name Ralph Rose for the former, this is a movie I only came across recently, and a fine movie it is too. The opening shot of the title character, played in exemplary fashion by Zohra Lampert, who we first encounter sitting in a boat against the backdrop of a setting sun, is in itself a gorgeous piece of photography.

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The Conjuring – Horror Review

Conjuring Wide
First let me say, my first review was going to be Sleepaway Camp, but words cannot describe how truely terrible that movie is. So heres one for a very good, nerve tingling, creepy movie – The Conjuring.

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The Wicker Man (1973) – Classic Review

The Wicker Man


“You’ll simply never understand the true nature of sacrifice”. Portentous words spoken to Edward Woodward’s character in the greatest horror movie to ever come out of Britain and possibly the finest of all British cinema. In 1967 the novel “Ritual” by David Pinner was published. Originally meant as film treatment for Michael Winner, who had envisioned John Hurt as the main protagonist. However Winner thought that the project was “too full of imagery” so Pinner’s agent, Jonathan Clowes, fearful that Winner might sit on the project for a long time convinced Pinner to expand the story into a novel.

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The Plague of the Zombies (1966) – Classic Review

The Plague of the Zombies (1966)
“Someone in this village is practising witchcraft… I pray I am wrong.” Words spoken in one of Hammer’s most influential movies. As early as 1962 Peter Bryan had developed a storyline – “The Zombie” – inspired by ideas from Hammer’s production of “The Hound of the Baskervilles” he hoped to resurrect the sub-genre that was kicked off in the 1932 Bela Lugosi vehicle “White Zombie”.

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