Tokyo Dragon Chef

This is a Japanese action comedy on digital and DVD release from 25th January by Yoshihiro Nishimura, described as a “legendary director and effects artist” and renowned for his work predominantly in the horror genre, here he creates a crazy comedy alternative to the yakuza crime stories based on ramen noodles with little to noContinue reading “Tokyo Dragon Chef”

The Exception

The Exception is a Danish psychological thriller based on the book by Christian Jungersen, available from 22nd January on all major UK digital platforms including Curzon Home Cinema and Chili. The film opens with notes being written in a book the Psychology of Evil 2, a study into the profiling of evil people based on the psychologicalContinue reading “The Exception”

Away

Away is available to purchase on digital platforms from 18th January as well as from Curzon home cinema from 25th January. It’s an award winning debut animation feature from 26 year old Latvian Gints Zilbalodis, a simple feel good story with a slightly dark undertone that follows the trials of a young boy who finds himself the lone survivorContinue reading “Away”

Marco Werba – Film Music Composer

Marco Werba is an award-winning film composer with over 30 years’ experience in the industry composing music mostly for dramas, thrillers and horror movies although he has written for comedy and historical period dramas too. Marco has worked with and met many famous and influential film composers and film directors most notably from his adopted home,Continue reading “Marco Werba – Film Music Composer”

Silent Night

Silent Night is showing in UK cinemas from 11th December, on digital download from 18th December and DVD from 28th December. It’s a violent Christmas gangster film about a South London hitman Mark (Bradley Taylor – Surge) recently out of prison and trying to get his life straight in order to take care of his daughter. He’s doingContinue reading “Silent Night”

WWII – The Long Road Home

WWII – The Long Road Home (originally Charlie’s Letters) is available to watch on selected digital platforms and to buy from selected UK stores. Written, directed and starring Elliott Hasler this is an incredible biopic story about his own great-grandfather during WWII and is an amazing feet of micro budget filmmaking especially from someone soContinue reading “WWII – The Long Road Home”

The Glass Man

The Glass Man, originally released at Frightfest (2011) to critical acclaim is finally getting its long awaited UK release on UK digital download platforms from December 7th. It is a dark psychological tale from director Christian Solimeno (I Made This For You) that tackles the breakdown of Martin (Andy Nyman – Ghost Stories) after heContinue reading “The Glass Man”

Lost at Christmas

This is Scotland’s first ever Christmas movie coming to UK cinemas from 4th December and is available on digital platforms from 7th December. It’s a quirky romcom that looks to bring a bit of Christmas cheer to our screens whilst taking in some wonderful Scottish Highland scenery. Director Ryan Hendrick has made a feature lengthContinue reading “Lost at Christmas”

A Christmas Carol (2020)

A Christmas Carol will be coming to cinemas and select theatre venues in the UK from the 4th December and Ireland from the 11th in a masterful remake of the ultimate Christmas ghost story by Charles Dickens, but with a difference. Combining film, theatre and animation it is as ambitious as its planned opening releaseContinue reading “A Christmas Carol (2020)”