Mighty Joe Young

Original review written in 2005. Back in 1949 RKO Pictures released Mighty Joe Young to cinemas worldwide. My Dad was a mere whipper snapper and was taken to the ‘pictures’Read More

10 to Midnight

A young woman and her boyfriend have been found murdered and veteran detective Leo Kessler is on the case.  The killer is disturbed typewriter fixer Warren Stacy who after beingRead More

Becky

Who would have thought it?  Paul Blart playing a psycho nutcase.  Well, Kevin James pulls it off even though I’m more convinced he looks like WWE’s The Big Show thenRead More

Green Street

Once you get past the fact that Frodo Baggins is playing a football hooligan, Green Street is a great little addition to its rather sparse genre.  Whilst no ID, itsRead More

Deadly Friend

Made shortly after A Nightmare on Elm Street, Wes Craven and the writer of the yet un-produced Ghost (Bruce Joel Rubin) signed on with Warner Bros. to make a sci-fiRead More

The Man Who Laughs

King James II has his sworn political enemy put to death in an iron maiden and the son Gwynplaine sold to gypsies.  Disfiguring the young lad, he is left allRead More

Cruising

There has been some murders in New York’s gay community and the Police Detective in charge of the investigation offers ambitious patrolman Steve Burns the chance of making detective ifRead More