Inbred, by Hayley Alice Roberts

“They came in Peace and Left in Pieces: A Review of

Yorkshire-set “Inbred” (2011) directed by Alex Chandon has something for everyone. The cast and crew involved with the production have created a film Britain can be proud of and has definitely put British Horror back at the top in league with classics such as “Peeping Tom” (1960).

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This Is Spinal Tap, by Schmalex

Director – Rob Reiner
Writers – Christopher Guest, Michael McKean, Harry Shearer, Rob Reiner
Country – USA
Year – 1984
Certificate – 15
Cast – Rob Reiner, Christopher Guest, Harry Shearer, Michael McKean, Tony Hendra

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Final Destination 5 Review by Hayley Alice Roberts

WARNING: SPOILERS INCLUDED.

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“Mothers Day”, by Hayley Alice Roberts

I was on the fence as to whether actually go and see this film, my first thought was “The Hand that Rocks the Cradle” (1992) meets predictably boring horror remake and matters weren’t helped after seeing Brad Jones’s (aka, the Cinema Snob) review of the original along with Matthew Buck’s (aka, Film Brain) review of this version on the That Guy with the Glasses site which left me very sceptical. I hadn’t planned to bother seeing this but due to it being part of the Arts Centre Horror night I decided “yeah why not” and I was pleasantly surprised. I simply enjoyed this film because it wasn’t trying too hard to be frightening or shocking for the sake of it and it used its humour very well…

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“Julia’s Eyes” AKA “Los Ojos De Julia”, by Hayley Alice Roberts

In this review I have decided to return to my guilty pleasure of the horror genre; as of late I have been reviewing films with a more serious tone and message so hopefully this review will be more light-hearted! (Well…In my twisted sense of humour anyway!). Last night I attended a screening of two recent horror films at the Aberystwyth Arts Centre Cinema, Spanish Chiller “Julia’s Eyes” (2010) and the remake of “Mother’s Day” (2010); I have to say that the audience consisted mainly of the Abattoir Horror Festival regulars and it was a good atmosphere, more like a large group of friends just watching a couple of horror movies together and having a laugh. Anyway let’s kick off with “Julia’s Eyes”

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Brighton Rock, by Hayley Alice Roberts

“Oh, I do like to be beside the seaside…” A Review of “Brighton Rock” (2010), by Hayley Alice Roberts…

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