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Certification12 Our Rating

A deeply moving autobiographical account by the manga artist Keiji Nakazawa, who, as a six year old boy living in Hiroshima on August 6th 1945, witnessed the horrific aftermath of the first atomic bomb. Terrible, tragic and utterly hypnotic. find out more...

Certification15 Our Rating

Initially directed by Paul Schrader and dumped by the studio execs for being too subtle, Renny Harlin was brought on board to completely redesign and reshoot the tale of Father Merrin's first encounter with Pazuzu. Deepest darkest Africa, 1949; Merrin is part of an archaeological dig that unearths an unholy site dedicated to an ancient evil, an evil that soon pervades the local community forcing Father Merrin to face his own loss of faith as he fights to save those around him. Stellan Skarsgard find out more...

Certification18 Our Rating

This is Hannibal's beginning, the reason why he became what he is, a brilliant young man traumatised by a personal tragedy at the hands of the Nazis and consumed by revenge. Slick, bloody and pretty daft what really lets Hannibal Rising down is that it's pretty dull, some savage editing and snipping half an hour off the running time would have helped a lot, it still wouldn't have been good, but it might have been considerably more fun. find out more...

Certification15 Our Rating

The year is 1945, the closing stages of WW2, and a German scientist by the name of Klausener is working on a frightening new technology that has the power to create an immortal Nazi army. Flash forward to present day, and a NATO task force is hurriedly deployed to Eastern Europe, where a sinister enemy appears to be mercilessly killing everything in its path. But this is n find out more...


Certification18 Our Rating

Guillermo Del Toro's blockbusting tale of a young girl struggling to make sense of the violent world around her was a big 2006 arthouse hit. Continuing his exploration of the impact of the Spanish Civil War on his generation (it was also the backdrop for his excellent ghost story, The Devil's Backbone) Del Toro's fantasy mixes strong horror with fairytale-style aesthetics to great effect, making Ofelia's escape into an imaginary realm a poignant response to the cruel realities of her existence. find out more...

Certification15 Our Rating

Set during the Second World War a small group of German soldiers find themselves trapped within a huge labyrinth bunker that has been built over the makeshift graves of murdered plague victims. The men find themselves hunted by an unknown entity, but it is their own fear, doubt and confusion that may well be their ultimate undoing. The Bunker is a gripping tale of horror, which relies with great success on using its dark and ominous location to keep pilling on the tension. find out more...

Certification12 Our Rating

It's the end of WW2 and highly strung Grace and her two photosensitive children are awaiting the return of her husband. Grace lives an isolated and twilght existence but after the arrival of three uninvited servants she becomes convinced that the house is haunted by malevolent spirits. The Others is a stylish, spooky, highly intelligent ghost story that builds up the tension without having to resort to blood and guts.

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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...