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  • The Silence

    The Silence

    ★★ 'The Silence'.
    John R. Leonetti who has given us such cinematic treasures as 'Mortal Kombat: Annihilation' (1997) and 'The Butterfly Effect 2' (2006) now brings us a Netflix horror.
    After a cave research team dig too deep they unleash flesh-eating flying critters that sort of look like the Xenos from 'Alien' made love to bats and start eating everyone everywhere. They can be evaded though but only if you maintain.......The Silence.
    In fairness, it's based on a 2015 horror…

  • Shazam!



    Warner Brothers continue their battle to wrestle some of the superhero box office supremacy away from Disney's dominant Marvel studios via this latest offering from the DC Universe.
    Not being much of a comic book fan I'd only ever heard the name 'Shazam' in passing and had zero familiarity with the character going in.
    Safe to say this isn't one of DC's premier protagonists.
    Young Billy Batson (Asher Angel) is the central character. A serial foster kid after getting separated…

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  • Summer of 84

    Summer of 84


    Directed by a trio of newcomers (François Simard, Anouk Whissell & Yoann-Karl Whissell) and starring a host of unknowns I must admit the only real thing that attracted me to 'Summer of 84' was the cover art which in my experience is usually pretty misleading.
    Let's be honest both the film and TV market has for some time now been awash to the point of saturation with 80's set or inspired horrors, comedies, dramas etc to such an extent that nostalgic…

  • Happy Death Day 2U

    Happy Death Day 2U


    Christopher Landon's quickfire sequel to 'Happy Death Day' (2017) sees Jessica Rothe return to her role as the college queen bee Tree Gelbman who is perennially trapped in a 'Groundhog Day' esque nightmare scenario where she is murdered over and over again.
    This time we get to the bottom of why it all happened in the first place as well begun again and it turns out that it was all the work of her new boyfriend Carter Davis's (Israel Broussard)…