Not so much reviews as wine fuelled stream of consciousness ramblings
Select a review from below, or scroll down to see our latest reviews, including a a guest review from Spencer Hackett, or our latest drunken review - Five Fingers for Marseilles (one of my favourite films of recent times).
Well, ready for the final Halloween drunken review, my copy of Hellraiser Revelations has arrived. If you take off the sticker on the front, the revelation is that it’s not Doug Bradley. Another revelation is that, although it says it’s uncut, it’s 79 minutes long. How long was it when it was cut!
I’ll be putting up one of those like and share competitions on http://www.facebook.com/corkingmovies/ soon, so you can win this copy at some point in the future. Most films I watch on Netflix, Amazon, or off the Horror Channel, but should I need to buy (or get given, hint hint) any physical copies, I’ll probably be doing the same (unless I actually like them).
As I’m out and about on Saturday, I won’t be drinking until the early hours of Saturday morning. I may review one when I get back drunk on Saturday evening unless a) I fall asleep watching Match of the Day, or b) I’m too sober to watch a film. If I don’t do one tomorrow evening, the poll will continue until next Friday. Viking Quest is currently winning. Please don’t let it win…
Some kid has to rescue a maiden from a dragon. I presume there’ll be mullets and beards. It’s by the director of Crystal Skulls, which I review here – Crystal Skulls.
A father and daughter investigate a pyramid (not sure where mummy got to). It’s a found footage film, unfortunately.
A meteorite brings a statue to life that goes on the rampage. Kind of the opposite of the end of Ghostbusters 2.
Apparently Billy Zane’s career didn’t end with the Phantom. Now he’s having to deal with a bloodthirsty leprechaun. The more obvious title was stolen.
The Last Avatar
I really liked the animated series. From what I’ve heard, this whitewashed travesty is going to be less enjoyable.