“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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Les Pacte Des Loups (2001), by Pope Gryphon

Before I even begin this review, I must pre warn you all that this is, without a shadow of doubt, my most favourite film in the whole world. With that now nestled firmly within the woody nest of your mind, I shall endeavour to remain unbias in this particular review.

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Houseparty of the Dead VI @ The Purple Turtle by Jo Blackened

Houseparty of the Dead VI, Film Premiere @ The Purple Turtle 16/11/2010,

Review & Photography by Jo Blackened
Altercarnated Photography

Presented by Paranoid Android Films
Starring: Paula Gilbert, Mark Edel-Hunt, Christie Emby, David Chrysanthou, Tom Carter, Brad Moore, Andromeda Godfrey, Sophie Wilkins, Lauren Wilkins, Rob Lacey, Rick Beenham, Belinda Peters

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Despicable Me, by Kitty Nelms

Despicable Me has a simple premise: animated 3D style family comedy about a supervillian that has a change of heart. Does it fit the bill? Well, yes. Slapstick moments? Check. Small creatures? Check. Karaoke finish? Check. Anything particularly noticeable other than that?

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Big Trouble in Little China, by Pope Gryphon

Movie Review, Big Trouble in Little China, an Unforgotten Classic, reviewed by Pope Gryphon

Starring Kurt Russell, Kim Cattrall, Dennis Dun, James Hong, Victor Wong
Director John Carpenter
Screenwriter Gary Goldman, David Z. Weinstein
Studio Twentieth-Century Fox Corporation.

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