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Top alternative Christmas movies that you won’t see on other lists

By on 23/12/2013

Top alternative Christmas movies that you won’t see on other lists I did an interview with Fried My Little Brain Magazine where I spoke about my favourite top alternative Christmas movies and thought it would be good to do an extended version on here, quite a few of these you won’t see on the usual […]

London Korean Festival Film 2013: Hide and Seek (Sum-bakk-og-jil) Review

By on 29/11/2013

Hide and Seek the Korean box office surprise hit opened this year’s London Korean Film Festival. Made on a shoestring budget and containing no major starts and is the directorial debut of Huh Jung. This film stormed the Korean box during the summer and for good reason   Synopsis The film tells the story of Sung-soo […]

London Film Festival 2013: Northwest (Nordvest) Review

By on 22/11/2013

Many crime stories tell a similar story of the characters rise (and in many times fall) of power. Some are told to such epic proportions that the story becomes far removed from everyday life. Occasionally a movie comes along with that same entertainment value of this epic crime stories but tells a very simple and […]

Rigor Mortis

London Film Festival 2013: Rigor Mortis Review

By on 22/11/2013

Rigor Mortis plays homage to the classic Hong Kong kung fu horror movies of the 80’s of which I’m a fan of. Hopping vampires known as Jiangshi and plenty of kung fu these films had them all. My first exposure to these were the Samo Hung classic Encounters of the Spooky and Lam Ching Ying […]