All posts by Rich Wilson

Falling in love with cinema after seeing Ridley Scott’s Alien at the age of nine years old, Rich has been obsessed with horror, westerns, martial arts and Japanese monster movies for the last 30 years. He has written for Q, Hotdog, Classic Rock, GoreZone and various websites, and is currently seeking a publishing house for his first novel.

The Hole in the Ground

This Irish folk-horror surprises by not sticking with conventional clichés, offering a dark reading of mythology.

/ July 8, 2019

Giant Killer Ants

This ridiculously entertaining pile of rubbish lacks any finesse but replaces it with high energy. Recommended? Absolutely.

/ June 17, 2019

Lords of Chaos

Treats its source material with reverence and strips away the mythology around this dark period in music history.

/ March 28, 2019

Lifechanger

A tragic and lonely story with real emotional depths, Lifechanger is a fine film that treats its audience with intelligence.

/ March 11, 2019

Redcon-1

There are some new ideas to this well-worn zombie formula but it gets lost to sketched-in characters and rambling clichés.

/ March 4, 2019

Dave Made a Maze

Hugely imaginative; a superb film that you might have expected from Spike Jonze or Michael Gondry a decade ago.

/ January 23, 2019