For a look at the previous two shorts, Alien: Containment and Alien: Specimen, click here. Synopsis: When a missing space trucker (Tanner Rittenhouse) is discovered hungover and disoriented, his co-worker … Continue reading The Short View – Alien: Night Shift (2019) / Alien: Ore (2019)
I love this. Say what you will about the now defunct 20th Century Fox and their past treatment of the Alien franchise; but the way they’ve chosen to celebrate the … Continue reading The Short View – Alien: Containment (2019) / Alien: Specimen (2019)
Synopsis: The Iron Village takes a short look at the lives and work of the thousands of men serving aboard the British aircraft carrier, HMS Ark Royal. Running Time: 34 … Continue reading The Short View: The Iron Village (1973) – A Lost Naval Documentary Comes To The Surface
Now in its 18th year, the people behind the Frightfest Film Festival can easily hold their heads up high as the creators of one of the foremost film festivals in … Continue reading Short Scares At The 2018 Arrow Video Frightfest Film Festival
Author’s Note: I contributed to this short film’s Kickstarter Campaign. Official Synopsis: G is for Gun is a thirty-minute documentary film exploring the highly controversial trend of armed faculty and staff … Continue reading The Short View: G is for Gun (2018) – A Grim Look Into The Arming of American Teachers
Author’s Note: My 200th Post! Thanks for reading! Did you know that there are somewhere between 8-10 new films released in UK cinemas every week? On top of that there … Continue reading A Visit To The 2nd London Porn Film Festival (2018) – A Fun And Informative Night
For those of you that have only been following my blog for a few months, you may not be aware that I actually started this endeavour in order to promote … Continue reading Sundance, Here We Come!
Having worked and lived in London since 2007, I’m not entirely sure how the Underwire Film Festival (UFF) escaped my notice before now. I’m always looking for new places to … Continue reading A Visit to the 8th Underwire Film Festival (2017) – Female Filmmaking At Its Finest