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Certification15 Our Rating

You know how before this came out at the cinema there was massive internet hype, a mind boggling disaster, sci-fi, horror, action flick, but bugger all about what the plot actually involved? Well that's because apart from monsters reeking havoc in New York, and some pretty young things trapped in the carnage, there is no plot; nada, zilch, nothing. Cloverfield works so well because it stoutly refuses to offer you anything other than adrenalin fuelled, clammy palmed escapism and filming it throug find out more...
EPIDEMIC (1987)

Certification15 Our Rating

Previously unreleased in the UK, this is a truly experimental film with echoes of the director's later work; The Idiots and Dogville. Starring the director as the lead and using no camera crew, the story follows a doctor attempting to stop the spread of a plague who only succeeds in spreading it further. find out more...
GODZILLA (1954)

CertificationU Our Rating

After American nuclear testing in the Pacific Ocean several ships are sunk in mysterious circumstances. The Japanese authorities close in on the nearby Odo Island where natives relate tales of a devastating monster whom they call 'Gojira'. find out more...
RABID (1979)

Certification18 Our Rating

After a horrific motorbike accident young Rose is left mutilated and when she eventually awakes she has a ravenous appetite for blood and goes on the rampage. Her victims become contaminated themselves and in turn start to attack other innocent victims. Truly gruesome and revolting. find out more...

Certification15 Our Rating

The inhabitants of a picturesque, sleepy little town on a small island off the coast of Maine find themselves completely cut off from the rest of the world when they are hit by the worst storm of the century. As snow steadily buries everything familiar, terror arrives in the form of an evil stranger and a series of bizarre murders creates a nightmare of fear. An enjoyable made for TV adaptation of Stephen King's book. find out more...

Certification15 Our Rating

The inhabitants of a picturesque, sleepy little town on a small island off the coast of Maine find themselves completely cut off from the rest of the world when they are hit by the worst storm of the century. As snow steadily buries everything familiar, terror arrives in the form of an evil stranger and a series of bizarre murders creates a nightmare of fear. An enjoyable made for TV adaptation of Stephen King's book. find out more...

Certification15 Our Rating

‘The Crazies’ is about a band of survivors trying to escape a small town where the citizens are succumbing to an infectious disease that turns them into rabid lunatics and, as if that isn’t enough, the bureaucracy is no friend, the army being a little less than helpful. ‘The Crazies’ is a satisfactory, if unambitious, remake of George E Romero's cult classic that delivers well on scares and hasn't misplaced its sense of fun (cue the most ridiculous groin-threatening set piece since G find out more...

Certification15 Our Rating

The world is showered by meteorites, a prelude to invasion by plants and a worldwide attack of blindness. Bill Masen is one of the few immune to the disease and must watch as mankind faces extinction. A chilling adaptation of John Wyndham's classic. find out more...

Certification12 Our Rating

The film that the Flicks staff tried to ban, (because everybody else thought it so bad - the editor)! This stunning money pit of a disaster pic has everything. Stars? In spades! (Henry Fonda looking suitably sheepish, as is Double Indemnity's Fred MacMurray) Action? Pah. Don't even go there. Sex? Katharine Ross's quivering, petulant lower lip is enough to get you going. Politics? African killer bees attacking American institutions, terrorising white ladies with their dangerous stingers. Make of find out more...
TUSK (2014)

Certification15 Our Rating

Kevin Smith had a podcast where they made a joke about the idea of kidnapping and turning a human into a walrus. It went viral on the twittersphere. Then it became a movie. This movie. Though the whole thing starts out well, with decent doses of good humour and dramatic tension, it all falls very quickly by the wayside. The result is a ridiculous prosthetic walrus suit that envelops Justin Long. Somewhere inside this mess of a movie there's a punchline, if only Smith could get to it without q find out more...