Sharknado 4: The 4th Awakens (2016) Review

Okay. Enough already. This one-joke franchise has more than outstayed its welcome and this flabby, facile and unfocussed fourth outing should (but won’t) mark the end of it. From the tediously laboured “Star Wars”-themed opening, the whole thing feels tired and dated. The pre-credits sequence set in Vegas immediately underlines the cheapness of the whole…

Tales Of Halloween (2015) Review

The film that closed the 2015 London FrightFest Film Festival and now available to rent or buy as a digital download, “Tales Of Halloween” is scarily good time. A playfully macabre anthology, it offers us ten subtly interwoven tales which take place over the course of one Halloween night in a nondescript suburban American town….