Estranged brothers reunite to find their missing mother. Slow low-budget horror with some OK moments early on, though it ends up doing exactly what you were thinking it might, though not as well as you’d hoped.
Hiccup discovers a second Night Fury dragon and is forced to make some tough choices in this final part of the trilogy. Though not as funny or as dramatic as the previous films, this remains a solid sequel with great animation and real family fun. Definitely one to watch!
Martial Arts classic! Bruce Lee investigates a crime lord, infiltrating his evil den of bad guys. Many fights ensue! Still superior than many in this genre, and remains a truly great movie with a brilliant soundtrack. Always worth your time!
A robot is sent through time to stop a future resistance leader being born. Top 80s action with a palatable drive and energy as well as a great cast. Always worth a revisit!
A religious NYPD detective investigates a series of random killings. Splendid one-of-a-kind SF/horror with a procedural aspect. Impressively shot on the sly on the streets of New York, and with some great ideas, this is one of director Cohen’s best flicks.
A dysfunctional family fail to heed the warning of a curse and pay the price. Well shot, with nods to John Carpenter, this has a few effective scares. Sadly it struggles with low budget, poor plot devices and becoming too derivative.
Superior Devil Worshipers vs Good Guys Hammer Horror from stalwart director Fisher. Some fantastic scenes, interwoven with truly odd but brilliant dialogue and an unforgettable appearance from Old Nick. Easily one of the best Hammer films!