Starting off like an episode of HBO's utterly brilliant, if not THE best TV show ever made, Band Of Brothers (2001) by way of Spike Lee's sadly underrated Miracle At St Anna (2008) with just a little dab of Inglourious Basterds (2009) thrown in for the exploitation fans out there
Armed with a crew of around 7 people and a little over $400,000, director Sam Raimi set out to make a horror film with a bunch of friends. That film happened to be the genre defining The Evil Dead.
Evil Dead is a film that should never ever have been remade. That's not to say that the remake is a bad film, quite the opposite but it's a franchise that has a massive fan base, a series of films that cemented it's self as a cult classic and a horror masterpiece.
You know that feeling of when you sit down to watch a film and when the end credits roll, you scratch your head and make this noise...hmmm?
Christmas is a time for giving, for family and for eating lots and lots of food while sitting in front of the TV watching the Queen talk about the last 365 days. It's also a time for watching men dress as Santa and go around slicing and dicing people up.
August 1938, Author John W. Campbell Jr, writing under the pen name Don A. Stuart, first published his novella, Who Goes There? in Astounding Science-Fiction, a monthly sci-fi magazine.
Dead & Breakfast is a low budget "zombie" splatter comedy musical, yeah I know those words should never be put together but for some unknown reason, they work really well in this silly silly film.