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Chernobyl Diaries

A good concept that’s failed by its delivery. Unfortunately, now that Parker and Peli have had a half arsed stab at Chernobyl, this interesting horror location has had it’s V-plates disappointingly taken in the back of a Fiat Uno and will never get them back.

The Cabin in the Woods

A satirical take on the modern horror film that will save this from the bargain and make you laugh.


Robert Connelly does a great job to get the feel of the time across in this nicely low budget, understated thriller set during Indonesia’s controversial invasion of East Timor.

The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey

An expected minor letdown as the first part shows that Peter Jackson should have just stuck to one (or two at most) epic length movies not three. Not bad but a little underwhelming.

Death Note

Get past the weird stuff and you’ve got an interesting thriller from Japan.

Alex Cross

Morgan Freeman is just one thing of many that this amateurish thriller needs to be in any way engaging. Poor.

The Tournament

Scott Mann brings us an alcoholic priest, master of free running and triad assassin in a fairly unoriginal but enjoyable action movie set in the most unlikely of places.


Stormland is a decent recession era tragicomedy from Iceland. Watch for lashings of bleak landscapes, one of the best characters to come out of Northern Europe and a horse called Nietzsche.

Eddie: The Sleepwalking Cannibal

The ridiculously-titled Eddie: The Sleepwalking Cannibal is a film about art. Plus a bit of sleepwalking cannibalism. It’s watchable but fairly forgttable – give it a go nonetheless.

Seven Psychopaths

A wonderfuly dark and ridiculous comedy that gives us a slightly different kind of thriller. Sam Rockwell puts in a stellar performance and Colin Farrell stars in his third decent film ever. I’m stoked for the lad.