Top 10 Richard Dreyfuss Films

Richard Dreyfuss famously turned down the part of Matt Hooper in Jaws. He didn’t think the film would be a good career choice. But after seeing, and being disappointed, by his performance in the film The Apprenticeship of Duddy Kravitz, he immediately called...

Review: The Gauntlet

If I was to give any credit to Clint Eastwood’s action-thriller The Gauntlet it would be for its poster. One of those cartoon-like depictions of a very un-cartoon-like film. Designed by the late artist Frank Fazetta, the poster depicts heroic alpha male Clint...

Top 30 Horror Films 1967 – 1979 (Part 3)

Just in time for Halloween, we conclude our look at the best horror movies of the late 1960s and 1970s. In Part 3 we run down the top 10 scary movies released between 1967 and 1979. We have witches, and we have demonic children,...

Top 30 Horror Films 1967 – 1979 (Part 2)

We continue with our countdown of the greatest horror movies released between 1967 and 1979. In the list from No.20 to No.11, we see zombies attacking, a crazed killer hiding in the attic, witchcraft, and cannibals stalking a family lost in the Nevada desert....

Review: Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince

With the latest Harry Potter film getting ever closer we dust off our review of Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince to remind ourselves just what happened before the next adventure exits the starting gate.

Review: The Girl in the Park

Dan Stephens tales a look at David Auburn's directorial debut The Girl in the Park starring Sigourney Weaver. Weaver plays Julia, a once successful and happy mother, who loses her daughter when at the local park. 16 years later the mental scars are still evident until she meets...

Review: Zombies of Mass Destruction

We review Kevin Hamedani's debut feature film about a biological terrorist attack that turns the inhabitants of sleepy Port Gamble into flesh-eating zombies. The film is released in the UK on Blu-ray and DVD 18th October.

Rodney Twelftree’s Top 10 Steven Spielberg Films

Rodney Tweltree's turn to look at the top 10 films of Steven Spielberg. In a list quite different from our editor Dan Srephens's Top 10, Rodney sees Spielberg's most recent films as deserving more credit. He says: Ever since he burst onto the scene in the mid 70's with Duel, and...