Celia Review

Released in 1989, filmmaker Ann Turner’s debut feature Celia is another entry into the “fantastical coming of age” subgenre, which includes the baroque, playful fantasy of Jim Henson’s Labyrinth (1986), the bl...
3.5

Us Review

Jordan Peele, the genius behind Get Out comes back to scare the bejesus out of us with, well, Us. All he had to do to scare me though was just make a movie about people eating toffee apple. That is gross. U...
4.5

The Hole in the Ground Review

The Hole in the Ground, directed by Lee Cronin, is a tense look into the lives of single mum and apparent domestic violence victim, Sarah O’Neill (Seána Kerslake), and her young son Chris (James Quinn Markey),...
4.5

Pet Sematary Review

As a vet nurse, I saw more than enough pet related tragedy for a lifetime. I wrote about the five things I learned as a vet nurse a while ago, and the third point still rings true. I can still remember the day...
4

Us Review

Therefore this is what the LORD says: 'I will bring on them a disaster they cannot escape. Although they cry out to me, I will not listen to them. Jordan Peele’s follow up to the Oscar winning Get Out, Us, ...
3.5

Next of Kin Bluray Review

Bored. That’s what I was feeling roughly half-way through Next of Kin. But, as it wore on, it surprisingly began to demand my attention, and by the end, I was completely engaged. Next of Kin revolves around Li...
3

Happy Death Day 2U Review

It’s always a risky proposition to stick more than one genre into a blender and expect something good to come out at the end. Two genres? Easy done. A pinnacle of the ‘two-genre’ fare is the horror-comedy cate...