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 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

Fire City: End of Days

A barrage of confusing, unconnected imagery almost tarnishes the affair, but there’s a surprisingly odd little movie here.

/ April 25, 2016

The Ninth Configuration

A film almost impossible to describe, but a film that is also impossible to forget; finally, it gets the release it deserves.

/ April 24, 2016

Cult Cinema: An Arrow Video Companion

For those who revel in celluloid’s odder side, the Arrow Video Companion is gold.

/ March 27, 2016

The Basket Case Trilogy

So what's in the basket? A sleazy slice of trashy exploitation that gives you the best version of Basket Case you'll have ever seen.

/ March 13, 2016