10 To Midnight

Wednesday, March 11th, 2015 by Coventry

10 To Midnight   10 to midnight dvd CR 83x120 thriller reviews reviews drama Director: J. Lee Thompson
Writer: William Roberts and J. Lee Thompson
Release Year: 1983

10 To Midnight   Offscreen 2015 mini logo thriller reviews reviews drama Hey Charlie, what time is it?

Charles Bronson, Mr. Merciless Vigilante himself, as a rough veteran cop obsessively chasing a psychopath who is some kind of deranged, schizophrenic hybrid between real-life serial killers Richard Speck and Ted Bundy? Well, to me that pretty much sounds like a cinematic dream come true, even more so because the film – especially during the first half hour – has the allure of a typically early ’80s, vile teen-slasher movie!


8th Wonderland

Tuesday, May 12th, 2009 by Coventry

8th Wonderland   8th wonderland affiche cr 84x120 thriller reviews sci fi reviews drama Directors: Nicolas Alberny and Jean Mach
Writers: Nicolas Alberny and Jean Mach
Release year: 2008

Many things changed since Alice visited the first Wonderland…

8th Wonderland   bifff2009 minilogo thriller reviews sci fi reviews drama There are millions of people around the globe that are fed up with the way things are going in this world. What if they had the chance to unite in a virtual nation and were offered the opportunity to make a difference…?


A Boy and his Dog

Saturday, March 7th, 2009 by Coventry

A Boy and his Dog   dvd 85x120 sci fi reviews drama comedy DirectorL.Q. Jones
WriterL.Q. Jones and Wayne Cruseturner based on a story by Harlan Ellison
Release Year1975

Dog Day After-Apocalypse

A Boy and his Dog   offscreen 2009 mini logo sci fi reviews drama comedy In a post-nuke setting, a young Don Johnson (!) and his talking dog (!!!) are roaming the wastelands, in search for food and women. Just when you thought you’ve seen it all in this dry & dusty genre, A Boy and his Dog come along…


A Pigeon Sat On A Branch Reflecting On Existence

Tuesday, March 31st, 2015 by Vomitron

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Writer: Roy Andersson
Release Year: 2014
Original Swedish Title: ‘En Duva Satt På En Gren Och Funderade På Tillvaron’

A Pigeon Sat On A Branch Reflecting On Existence   Offscreen 2015 mini logo reviews drama comedy Sweden, we got a problem.

Many characters portray the many absurdities and ridiculous struggles of every day normal life. At the center of all this, we follow a pair of door-to-door sales men who sell funny prank and party items. Of course, they are far from the jolliest bunch of lads themselves to begin with.


A Walk Among The Tombstones

Thursday, November 6th, 2014 by Vomitron

A Walk Among The Tombstones   AWATT onesheet poster 83x120 thriller reviews reviews drama action Director: Scott Frank
Writer: Scott Frank, based on the novel by Lawrence Block
Release year:

Crime does not pay. Or, well, it might for a while, until your money’s gone. Then you’ll get your wife back. In pieces.

Unlicensed private detective Matthew Scudder (Liam Neeson) has been through some rough waters of his own. His reputation draws the attention of a drug trafficking kingpin, who wants to hire Scudder to track down the people responsible for kidnapping his wife. Against better judgement, Scudder accepts the job, leading him onto the trail of two misogynistic serial killers targetting women across the city. When things become more bleak in the process of bringing the culprits to justice, Scudder has the choice to make it a federal matter or join forces with the lesser of two evils: the aid of wealthy criminals, a drug addict and a young vagrant.