REview: Poltergeist (2015) | Pointless-geist?

I have never been a fan of remakes, mainly because they often serve no purpose other than money grabs, attempts to exploit the name of a property people are already familiar with. Which isn’t to say that they’re not some that manage to rise above – like Jean-François Richet’s remake of John Carpenter’s Assault On […]

REview: 1 BR | Tom Cruise Would Probably Hate This Movie

David Marmor’s 1BR is a really cleverly written and directed movie that I’d recommend for anyone who thinks they’ve seen it all because while that’s technically true – there’s nothing in 1BR that you haven’t seen before – it’s put together so cleverly that it might be awhile before you notice it. Though what I […]

REview: Fantasy Island (2020) | Sometimes Dead is Better

If you’ve seen any of the commercials promoting Sony’s Fantasy Island it could be understood if you mistook it for a horror movie. After all, it’s from Blumhouse Pictures, the studio that released movies like The Darkness (2016), Get Out (2017), Us (2019) and numerous others. And the adverts imply a lot of sinister goings […]