Dr Terror’s House of Horrors (1965) Review

I'll start off by saying I'm not a horror fan, it's generally a genre I avoid entirely, but there's something I find quite appealing about the "old skool" horror films; those that rely on music and lighting to create tension, and where the blood is mostly off camera, instead of easily predictable jump scares and... Continue Reading →

Bowie (2016) Review

In the year that David Bowie sadly passed away aged 69, Screenbound Pictures presents this new documentary titled Bowie: The Man Who Changed the World. Indeed as the title might suggest, this documentary is an overview of all the areas in which Bowie had influence, including music, performance, fashion, culture, art and sex. The things I... Continue Reading →

The Water Babies (1978) Review

The Water Babies tells the story of a young chimney sweep, Tom. After being mistaken as a burglar, he runs away and finds himself in an underwater world filled with a host of anthropomorphic critters, including a Scottish Lobster, and a particularly nefarious shark who is holding the titular babies as prisoners. Tom, along with his... Continue Reading →

Three Days in Auschwitz (2015) Review

Three Days in Auschwitz follows film-maker Philippe Mora’s personal journeys to the Auschwitz concentration camp, where eight of his family members were amongst the 1.1 million people killed in the Nazis cruel and systematic killing of the Jews, and other groups. Philippe describes this short documentary as “cinematic notes for a movie about Auschwitz” as... Continue Reading →

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