What is that always makes children the creepiest in horror movies? Remember ‘The Children’ – just saying kids should not be trusted. Throw them side-eye whenever possible. Check here for locations and show times for the Citadel.
Sweet Sixteen star Martin is Joe, an ordinary, mild-mannered lad who is bored with his life in London. But he gets an unwelcome taste of drama when his beloved brother John, played by Neil Maskell, is murdered. At the height of his anger over the killing he meets the mysterious Piggy, who offers him friendship and the chance for revenge. But Piggy’s violent vengeance soon spirals out of control.
The film stars Paul Anderson as Piggy and Martin Compston as Joe. Piggy hits the U.K. cinema May 4th. Check later for your local listings.
Nearly a year after a botched job, a hitman takes a new assignment with the promise of a big payoff for three killings. What starts off as an easy task soon unravels, sending the killer into the heart of darkness.
Oh, how I wanted to love this movie. I wanted to spread some of that alien inhabitant District 9 love to Monsters, but I cannot. I was just so bored. So very bored, for real though. (I apologize to Antonie Dobson and those who are sick of the intruders in my bed story. I had to. One more time for the year.)
Anyway, back to Monsters. First off, you cannot call a film by that title and not bombard us with exactly that – monsters. I’m sorry it’s a law, check your copy of the Constitution, under God-given rights. Give a girl what she wants, and that is bad ass alien monsters swooping in eating people and spitting them out, Godzilla-style. But thisMonsters tells the tale of a lowly photojournalist who has been given the task of escorting his boss’s daughter from Mexico back to America, through alien inhabited territory. Six years prior alien life forms invaded parts of Mexico in what is now know as the infected zone. Let me just say aside from some fucked up trees it’s not that infected. Continue reading →
I’m Southern so it’s always refreshing to see these films set elsewhere. Lovely. This one takes place in the U.K. Also lovely. It’s called, wait for it…Inbred. I’m sure they struggled real hard to come up with that title. Now, all bad jokes aside, this is an awesome trailer for a couple of reasons, someone is getting poked with a very sharp stick and a little kid is wearing a pink tutu in a field. Cool!
Four young offenders and their workers spend a weekend in the remote Yorkshire village of Mortlake, which prides on keeping itself to itself. A minor incident with locals rapidly escalates into a blood-soaked, deliriously warped nightmare.
This hits the cinema in 2011 abroad.