US NR

10

Superb

Bone Tomahawk review

After slaughtering a band of travellers in their sleep and looting the bodies, murderous drifters Purvis (Arquette) and Buddy (The Devil’s Rejects’ Haig) get more than they bargain for when...

2

Dreadful

The Human Centipede 3 (Final Sequence) review

Poor Bree Olson. You have to feel a little bit of sympathy for the perky star of Debbie Duz Dishes Again, The Crack Pack and Big Tit Brotha Lovers 10,...

10

Superb

How to Survive a Plague review

For those of us who were a little too young to fully understand the scale and the shocking effect that the AIDS crisis had during the 1980s, our relative ignorance...

6

Fair

The Conspiracy review

Picture the scene. You’re a struggling, low-budget filmmaker who desperately wants to make their first horror movie.

5

Average

Simon Killer review

Simon Killer tells the story of Simon (Corbet) who, having graduated college in America and broken up with his long-term girlfriend, goes to Paris to "find himself" or whatever it...

6

Fair

The Thompsons review

Think you know your vampires? Think again. The Hamiltons are no ordinary strain of vampire as they have not been turned.

4

Poor

Tulpa review

Following on from his second film Shadow (shown at FrightFest in 2009) musician and director Zampaglione has described his new film Tulpa as a return to the Giallo.

8

Great

Detachment review

Detachment is nowhere near the feel-good movie of the week. In fact, it doesn't even come close to being the feel-good movie of the month.

6

Fair

Dark Horse review

Abe (Gelber) is a overweight, thirty something, college dropout still living at home with his parents (Walken and Farrow) in a state of arrested adolescence.

4

Poor

The Pact review

For a film being released in the summer, somewhat inexplicably, the action takes place at Christmas but given that it looks incredibly hot and sunny (it takes place in San...