Something In The Dirt

An eerily entertaining supernatural sci-fi comedy from directors Moorhead and Benson where two new neighbours stumble across some supernatural activity in an L.A. apartment and are determined to get it on camera to make some money regardless of the unknown danger of the paranormal powers at work. The story begins with Levi (Justin Benson) wakingContinue reading “Something In The Dirt”

Shepherd

Shepherd is a psychological horror from British director Russell Owen about a bereaved husband who takes a job on a craggy isolated Scottish island only to find there are dark forces at work and he has to fight to keep his sanity and save his own life. In UK/EIRE Cinemas from 26th November. Eric (TomContinue reading “Shepherd”

The Maltese Falcon (1941)

The Maltese Falcon (1941) is back in cinemas from 17th September to celebrate its 80th anniversary as part of the BFI’s Watching the Detectives season. Adapted from Dashiell Hammett’s novel it sees John Houston take his directional debut in this black and white film noir classic. Private investigator Sam Spade (Humphrey Bogart) and his partner Miles ArcherContinue reading “The Maltese Falcon (1941)”

Disappearance at Clifton Hill

Q&A: Director Albert Shin answers questions about his film ‘Disappearance at Clifton Hill’ featuring cult horror and all round film directing legend David Cronenberg. The film released this week is a neo noir, who dunnit and is currently trending at number one on digitala. What were your inspirations for Clifton Hill? The original inspiration wasContinue reading “Disappearance at Clifton Hill”