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Certification18 Our Rating

Ning Tsai-Shen, a humble travelling tax collector, arrives in a small town, but, the inns all being full, he ends up spending the night in the haunted Lan Ro temple. There he meets Taoist swordsman Yen Che-Hsia, who warns him to stay out of trouble, and the beautiful Nieh Hsiao-Tsing, with whom he falls in love. Unfortunately, Hsiao-Tsing is a ghost, bound for all eternity by a hideous tree spirit with an incredibly long tongue that wraps itself round its victims and sucks out their life essence find out more...
BLADE (1998)

Certification18 Our Rating

Wesley Snipes may well be the only bloke in the world who could successfully pull off the roll of an ass-kicking, law-enforcing vampire hero, but he manages it with bucketloads of charisma in this entertaining nonsense. It helps that his character, a genuine member of the undead, looks great in black leather as he stalks the streets on a mission to stop Stephen Dorff, a jumped-up, man-made vampire, from unleashing Armageddon on mankind. Action packed, with some spectacular fights, and very styli find out more...
BLADE 2 (2002)

Certification18 Our Rating

Blade is back, but this time his enemy is not the noble league of vampire but a viscous new sub-breed that desires the destruction of the world from which it was spawned. Blade is forced into an uneasy alliance with his one time mortal enemy in a frantically paced race to slaughter, before all are slaughtered. Blade II is an incredibly fast action movie, leaping and bounding from one stunningly choreographed set piece to the next, and what the plot may loose in fluidity the copious amount of inf find out more...

Certification15 Our Rating

Based on the myth of the Beast of Gevaudan, a creature that roamed the French countryside in the 18th Century slaughtering women and children. A revolutionary young scientist and his Iroquoi Indian companion are enlisted to hunt down the mysterious and perhaps supernatural animal, but the beast seems impossibly elusive and their troubles are compounded by the local authorities, some of whom appear to be hiding a dark secret. Brotherhood Of The Wolf is an insane mixture of horror, martial arts st find out more...

Certification18 Our Rating

Crazy kung-fu caper with more than a splattering of schlock horror comedy. Our hero (if you can call him that) is Cheung the Brave, a laid-back loser whose unfaithful wife becomes the least of his problems when he's caught between two evil wizards. Outrageously over-the-top special effects-fest. find out more...

Certification15 Our Rating

The film concerns a Daoist priest fighting supernatural forces with the aid of his two assistants, one of whom is soon infected by a vampire and the other in the grip of a life-eating she-ghost. find out more...

Certification15 Our Rating

When the immortal King of the Vampires is accidently reawakened from his unearthly slumber, it's down to two Shaolin monks, Brother White and Brother Black, and their assistants, the bungling Sun and beautiful Moon, to save the world from hoards of hopping vampires, kung-fu killers and the undead. Bizarre, hectic and utter absurd but who wants realism when you've got exploding midget vampires? Unfortunately this movie is only available dubbed. 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...

VERSUS (2000)

Certification18 Our Rating

Zatoichi it ain't, but there is still some fun to be had with this hyper-kinetic kung-fu zombie splatterfest. The story involves two escaped convicts who rendevous with a group of yakuza and their female captive on the edge of the Forest of Resurrection, the 444th of 666 portals between this world and the Other Side. You would think they know better but soon bullets are flying and the dead are kicking ass. The gore is plentiful and the pace frenetic but plot and characterisation are more thin o find out more...