The Shawshank Redemption

04/03/2009

Review by Gary Couzens At this time of year, the cinema trade press (Variety, Screen International etc) carry large adverts touting certain films for Oscar consideration. In [...]

Vault of Horror, Vol. 1

04/03/2009

Review by Gary Couzens This series of three tapes gathers together the Tales From The Crypt cable TV series under the banner Vault of Horror. And a good idea it is, too. Each [...]

Killing Zoe

04/03/2009

Review by Gary Couzens Zed (Eric Stoltz), an expert safecracker, arrives in Paris to help his childhood friend Eric (Jean-Hughes Anglade) pull off a bank robbery. Offered [...]

Vampire State Building, Unholy Collection

04/03/2009

Review by Whispering John Carter This review of a five-track German Import Maxi CD was originally published in the January/February 1995 issue of the BFS Newsletter (Vol. 19, [...]

Heavenly Creatures

04/03/2009

Review by Gary Couzens In 1953 New Zealand, plain Pauline Parker (Melanie Lynskey) meets in school the beautiful, patrician English Juliet Hulme (Kate Winslet). The two girls [...]

Timecop

04/03/2009

Review by Gary Couzens 1993: Following the discovery of time travel, the US government sets up a police force to prevent abuse of the new technology. 1994: Leading timecop [...]

Star Trek: Generations

04/03/2009

Review by Gary Couzens The maiden voyage of the new Enterprise and the retired Kirk, Scott and Chekov are honoured guests. However, they receive a distress signal from two [...]

Alison, by Andrew Humphrey

04/03/2009

Reviewed by Jim Steel The way we live now. We have our friends. We’ve known them long enough to know that they’ve got flaws, but they’re the only friends [...]

Gud Magazine #2

04/03/2009

Reviewed by Steven Pirie It’s marketed as a magazine, but the print edition of GUD, with no editorial, 190 pages in all and being the size of a paperback novel, looks [...]
1 477 478 479 480 481 490