I’m all in for Knives Out (2019)

Part Agatha Christie homage, part reimagining of “Clue” with just a pinch of “Murder By Death”, Rian Johnson’s latest murder mystery film is as wittily subversive as you might expect and while it’s no gamechanger it’s still a welcome injection of honest to goodness fun into the ponderous, stultifying multiplexes of late 2019. When the…

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….