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.

Beyond the Woods

An unsettling movie that comes as a genuine surprise, with solid characterisation throughout and tension gearing up nicely.

/ February 18, 2018

Ghostroads: A Japanese Rock N Roll Ghost Story

With cult stamped all over it, this is the eccentric introduction to an alternative music culture you’ve been looking for.

/ September 21, 2017

Dead Awake

While there is recommendation in Jocelin Donahue's performance, Dead Awake is repetitive in its well-used formula.

/ May 7, 2017

Realm of the Damned: Tenebris Deos

While some of the artwork is decent, the script and voice acting are excruciatingly awful, immediately destroying any atmosphere.

/ April 7, 2017

The Eyes of My Mother

Prioritises mood and artfully composed images above strict narrative logic, building terror out of horror’s most valuable asset.

/ March 23, 2017

Destruction Babies

Deliberately dark and troubling; filters a classic tale of teen angst through a barrage of brutal, excessive violence.

/ February 1, 2017