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Cult Hub | November 21, 2014

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American Mary – Review

February 21, 2013 |


Let’s face it – surgery is a scary business. The very idea of “going under the knife” is enough to send a chill down the spine among all but the hardiest among us. Little wonder then that the spectre of … Read More

‘Christmas Evil’ DVD review

January 4, 2013 |


The fact that director John Waters cites this film as being his favourite festive flick should tell you everything you need to know about ‘Christmas Evil’. After all, this is the moustachioed man who brought dog … Read More

Skyfall – Video Review by Owun Birkett

November 29, 2012 |

Owun Birkett is a Film graduate with BA (Hons) at Southampton Solent University. He has an enthusiastic passion for everything film related, whether it is expressing his opinions on a particular film or getting hands-on when … Read More

Lawrence of Arabia – Review

November 19, 2012 |


Imagine the pitch when Lawrence of Arabia was presented to its producers – to be shot almost entirely on location in Jordan, Morocco and Spain, across a 17 month shooting schedule, the leads will be … Read More

Ninja Scroll – Review

November 12, 2012 |


There is the holy trinity of Japanese animation: Akira, Ghost in the Shell and Ninja Scroll. These three influential films have shaped not only Japanese cinema but the world over. Tetsuo from Akira appears … Read More

Gallowwalkers – Wesley Snipes’ Lost Movie Reviewed

November 5, 2012 |


Gallowwalkers is the “lost film” from Director Andrew Goth staring Wesley Snipes. Snipes stars as Aman, a sharp shooting cowboy who has killed the men who have crossed him. The dead start rising from their graves, … Read More

BFI London Film Festival 2012 Review – Midnight’s Children

October 16, 2012 |


Midnight’s Children is storytelling on a grand stage. It spans across sixty years, describes over twenty different characters and sets itself against the backdrop of history that changed the geographical lines in South-East Asia. In … Read More

Looper – Review

October 10, 2012 |


The Avengers, Prometheus, Titanic, Star Wars: Episode I, The Hunger Games, Skyfall, Amazing Spider-Man, and some film about a man dressed like a bat – arguably the biggest and most prominent films in 2012. … Read More

We Are The Night – DVD Review

October 10, 2012 |


Vampires. They’ve become such a cliche thanks to franchises such as the Twilight series. If the character you see on the small or big screen isn’t a human, an android or a … Read More

The Pact – Review

October 9, 2012 |


A low budget horror with high values. The Pact stars Caity Lotz as Annie, a young rebellious lady who, persuaded by her older sister, reluctantly returns to her family home to help sort out her deceased … Read More