August 17, 2013

Filthy Review - 'Olympus Has Fallen'

Olympus Has Fallen (2013)

Review by Jude Felton

Yippey ki yay, Gerald Butler! Yes indeed, Olympus Has Fallen, from director Antoine Fuqua, could very easily have been the next Die Hard movie, such is the premise. Die Hard in the White House, if you will, and there’s nowt wrong with that. This is a high octane, check your sense of reality at the door, kind of movie, and it’s criminally good fun.

August 16, 2013

'Frankenstein's Army' set to invade the UK. New trailer

On September 30th eOne will be releasing the Richard Raaphorst directed, Frankenstein's Army in the UK. The DVD will include a 30 minute 'making of' feature. You can't go far wrong with Nazi's and zombies, can you? Check out the trailer after the break.

'I Spit on Your Grave 2' - Coming to Blu-ray and DVD. New trailers!

I'm not sure if I am alone in this, but I really enjoyed the 2010 version of I Spit on Your Grave. Sure, there was one element, the complete absence of Jennifer in the middle section, that didn't sit well with me, but aside from that I thought it was a fine flick. You can read my review of it here. Anyhoodle, on September 24th Anchor Bay will be releasing the sequel on Blu-ray, DVD and VOD, and I am looking forward to it. Read on for more info, as well as two new trailers.

August 11, 2013

Filthy Review - 'No One Lives'

No One Lives (2012)

Review by Jude Felton

WWE Studios seem to be releasing a new movie every other week, of late, with films such as 12 Rounds 2 and The Call hitting the stores recently. Now we have what is probably the best film yet to fall under the WWE banner, and that is No One Lives. Seriously, this is one of those films that are just damned good fun to watch and the blood covers the screen from start to finish.

Filthy Review - 'One More for the Road'

One More for the Road (2013)

Review by Jude Felton

Much to my chagrin I have neglected the short film format of late, for no other reason than there are only so many hours in the day. However, One More for the Road is one new short that I could not turn down the chance to watch and review. The main reasons being that it is directed by Navin Ramaswaran, who was the editor on the terrific Familiar flick from Fatal Pictures, and also that it was written and produced by Kelly Michael Stewart. My expectations were high for this one.