Solar Impact: The Destruction of London is British disaster event / horror movie. Distributed by Dazzler. With a title that sounds like it has been plucked directly from ‘The Asylum’ school of filming, and a trailer that provided B-Movie vibes the Silver Hedgehog’s expectation bar was set at low and we sat down and watched the movie.
There is a long line of Movies that have the synopsis in the title –
Snakes On a Plane 2006, The Towering Inferno (1974), Lesbian Vampire Killers 2009. Joining this esteemed list is Vampires vs. the Bronx.
Vampires vs. the Bronx is a horror comedy. It takes aim squarely at the family end of the film spectrum and as it features Vampires, it has a little gore…..
I rented ‘Drunk Parents’ from Cinema Paradiso. Here is how I got on, Drunk Parents is listed as a Comedy…
It starts with Frank and Nancy Teagarten dropping their only daughter off at an expensive looking college. They return home to their huge British style mansion and all is not as it seems…
With the behemoth that is Marvel Studios dominating the Super Hero genre and DC just about picking up the scraps, is there room for a new entrant into this world? Not content with Spiderman, Sony Studios have bagged the distribution rights for the Valiant Comics Universe with the first origin story being ‘Bloodshot’…
Myself and JJ started watching The Invisible Man with a conversation about Horror films. I like horror films such as Saw, Carrie, Train To Busan. What really freaks me out is psychological horror, the kind that tortures your mind leaves you in suspense and then hits you hard, films like original IT, Women In Black, Black Swan, Disturbia. JJ on the other hand prefers these psychological thrillers while I hide under a cushion! Here is The Silver Hedgehog review of The Invisible Man….
Here is our review on the brilliant Rocketman.
In its essence, Rocketman is a Biopic showing the transformation of a child named Reginald Dwight through to the pop icon that is Elton John. The movie charts his troubled formative childhood years that shows us glimpses of his genius, through to teenage years and young adult angst…..