When their former employer reneges on their pension deals, three old men decide to rob the bank involved. Easy-going remake of a 1970s caper comedy. No surprises, but it coasts by on twinkly-eyed performances and some nice moments.
The Creeper continues his assault on a rural town. Inserted into the narrative space between parts 1 and 2, this belated – and perhaps unwanted – third instalment has some effective moments, though struggles to realise its patchy script with iffy CG. For completists only.
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A mother agrees to live in her sister’s house while it sells following the death of her husband. However, during one of the open house visits, someone doesn’t leave… Which is what you’ll want to do when watching this. A bad and pointless film. Avoid.
After a brutal opening, four thirty-something friends go hiking in the wilds of Sweden, only to run afoul of something in the Scandinavian woods. Excellent British horror that has echoes of Blair Witch, but has an identity all its own. Worth your time.
Interesting Korean thriller that weaves a twisting story, constantly wrong footing the viewer throughout. What starts out as odd melodrama soon becomes something else entirely, and whilst not 100% successful, it’s certainly oddly entertaining. Worth a go.
Supposedly based on real life events, this is an okay Spanish horror from the creator of the far superior [Rec]. Despite some effective moments with some good scares, this doesn’t live up to the opening few minutes and leaves one faintly dissatisfied. 😐
A Vietnam veteran pilot is tasked with stealing a high-tech Soviet fighter plane. Slightly clunky Cold War-meets-SF thriller, though with strength in depth in its casting, and with then-groundbreaking visual effects, plus a splendid Maurice Jarre score.