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  • Terror Cotta | Blueprint: Review
    It Happened One Night Tootsie admin April 13 2016 Film Reviews Reviews 5 0 Book Reviews Film Reviews Game Reviews Short Films Soundtrack Reviews TV Reviews Podcasts Recent Spoiler Episode 11 A Separation Andy Goulding April 22 2016 Featured Podcasts Spoiler Podcast Spoiler Episode 10 Ready Player One Andy Goulding April 10 2016 Featured Podcasts Spoiler Podcast Spoiler Episode 9 Mad Max Fury Road Andy Goulding March 26 2016 Featured Podcasts Spoiler Podcast Spoiler Episode 8 Dumbo Andy Goulding March 12 2016 Featured Podcasts Spoiler Podcast Spoiler Episode 7 This is England 90 Andy Goulding March 1 2016 Featured Podcasts Spoiler Podcast Blueprint on the LAMBcast Roll Your Own Top 5 David Brook February 15 2016 Featured Podcasts Blueprint on the LAMBcast Best Movies of 2015 David Brook January 7 2016 Featured Podcasts Blueprint on the LAMBcast Star Wars The Force Awakens David Brook December 22 2015 Featured Podcasts Spoiler Episode 6 Melancholia Andy Goulding December 4 2015 Featured Podcasts Spoiler Podcast Blueprint Review Spoiler Podcast Features Recent Haiku Review April 16 admin April 11 2016 Featured Features Haiku Review 4 5 Trash A VHS Festival Justin Richards March 27 2016 Featured Features Reviews 4 5 Interview with Amber Fares Katy Vans March 3 2016 Featured Features Interviews Haiku Review February 16 admin March 3 2016 Featured Features Haiku Review Competition Win Last Shift on DVD David Brook January 18 2016 Competitions Featured Features Interview with Steve Oram admin January 11 2016 Featured Features Interviews Our Favourite Films of 2015 David Brook January 4 2016 Featured Features 2 Comment Haiku Review December 15 admin December 12 2015 Featured Features Haiku Review Competition Win Aferim on DVD David Brook December 8 2015 Competitions Featured Features Competitions Gates of Video Hell Haiku Review Interviews Short Films Weekend of Trash Home Reviews Book

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  • The Forbidden Door | Blueprint: Review
    Happened One Night Tootsie admin April 13 2016 Film Reviews Reviews 5 0 Book Reviews Film Reviews Game Reviews Short Films Soundtrack Reviews TV Reviews Podcasts Recent Spoiler Episode 11 A Separation Andy Goulding April 22 2016 Featured Podcasts Spoiler Podcast Spoiler Episode 10 Ready Player One Andy Goulding April 10 2016 Featured Podcasts Spoiler Podcast Spoiler Episode 9 Mad Max Fury Road Andy Goulding March 26 2016 Featured Podcasts Spoiler Podcast Spoiler Episode 8 Dumbo Andy Goulding March 12 2016 Featured Podcasts Spoiler Podcast Spoiler Episode 7 This is England 90 Andy Goulding March 1 2016 Featured Podcasts Spoiler Podcast Blueprint on the LAMBcast Roll Your Own Top 5 David Brook February 15 2016 Featured Podcasts Blueprint on the LAMBcast Best Movies of 2015 David Brook January 7 2016 Featured Podcasts Blueprint on the LAMBcast Star Wars The Force Awakens David Brook December 22 2015 Featured Podcasts Spoiler Episode 6 Melancholia Andy Goulding December 4 2015 Featured Podcasts Spoiler Podcast Blueprint Review Spoiler Podcast Features Recent Haiku Review April 16 admin April 11 2016 Featured Features Haiku Review 4 5 Trash A VHS Festival Justin Richards March 27 2016 Featured Features Reviews 4 5 Interview with Amber Fares Katy Vans March 3 2016 Featured Features Interviews Haiku Review February 16 admin March 3 2016 Featured Features Haiku Review Competition Win Last Shift on DVD David Brook January 18 2016 Competitions Featured Features Interview with Steve Oram admin January 11 2016 Featured Features Interviews Our Favourite Films of 2015 David Brook January 4 2016 Featured Features 2 Comment Haiku Review December 15 admin December 12 2015 Featured Features Haiku Review Competition Win Aferim on DVD David Brook December 8 2015 Competitions Featured Features Competitions Gates of Video Hell Haiku Review Interviews Short Films Weekend of Trash Home Reviews Book Reviews

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  • Alien | Blueprint: Review
    admin March 3 2016 Featured Features Haiku Review Competition Win Last Shift on DVD David Brook January 18 2016 Competitions Featured Features Interview with Steve Oram admin January 11 2016 Featured Features Interviews Our Favourite Films of 2015 David Brook January 4 2016 Featured Features 2 Comments Haiku Review December 15 admin December 12 2015 Featured Features Haiku Review Competition Win Aferim on DVD David Brook December 8 2015 Competitions Featured Features Competitions Gates of Video Hell Haiku Review Interviews Short Films Weekend of Trash Home Reviews Book Reviews Film Reviews Game Reviews Short Films Soundtrack Reviews TV Reviews Podcasts Blueprint Review Spoiler Podcast Features Competitions Gates of Video Hell Haiku Review Interviews Short Films Weekend of Trash Home Reviews Film Reviews Alien Eammon Jacobs September 15 2011 Film Reviews 2 Comments Director Ridley Scott Screenplay Dan O Bannon David Giler Walter Hill Producers Gordon Carroll David Giler Walter Hill Starring Sigourney Weaver John Hurt Henry Dean Stanton Veronica Cartwright Tom Skerritt Ian Holm Yaphet Koto Year 1979 Country USA BBFC Certification 15 Duration 117 min Originally Alien was poorly recieved by critics and religous zealots viewed this piece of horrific art as work of the Devil It isn t too hard to understand the reasoning behind this as the Alien or Xenomorph slaughters the crew in an all manner of nasty ways But Ridley Scott has used a brilliant technique of not actually showing us the brutal deaths but leaves it to our imagination This makes the whole experience ten times scarier some have even called it the proto type for the slasher film genre The film has become infamous because of it s chest burster scene which is both shocking and quite disturbing and is one of the greatest deaths in Cinema The film is almost revenge on

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  • Eammon Jacobs | Blueprint: Review
    Dumbo Andy Goulding March 12 2016 Featured Podcasts Spoiler Podcast Spoiler Episode 7 This is England 90 Andy Goulding March 1 2016 Featured Podcasts Spoiler Podcast Blueprint on the LAMBcast Roll Your Own Top 5 David Brook February 15 2016 Featured Podcasts Blueprint on the LAMBcast Best Movies of 2015 David Brook January 7 2016 Featured Podcasts Blueprint on the LAMBcast Star Wars The Force Awakens David Brook December 22 2015 Featured Podcasts Spoiler Episode 6 Melancholia Andy Goulding December 4 2015 Featured Podcasts Spoiler Podcast Blueprint Review Spoiler Podcast Features Recent Haiku Review April 16 admin April 11 2016 Featured Features Haiku Review 4 5 Trash A VHS Festival Justin Richards March 27 2016 Featured Features Reviews 4 5 Interview with Amber Fares Katy Vans March 3 2016 Featured Features Interviews Haiku Review February 16 admin March 3 2016 Featured Features Haiku Review Competition Win Last Shift on DVD David Brook January 18 2016 Competitions Featured Features Interview with Steve Oram admin January 11 2016 Featured Features Interviews Our Favourite Films of 2015 David Brook January 4 2016 Featured Features 2 Comments Haiku Review December 15 admin December 12 2015 Featured Features Haiku Review Competition Win Aferim on DVD David Brook December 8 2015 Competitions Featured Features Competitions Gates of Video Hell Haiku Review Interviews Short Films Weekend of Trash Home Reviews Book Reviews Film Reviews Game Reviews Short Films Soundtrack Reviews TV Reviews Podcasts Blueprint Review Spoiler Podcast Features Competitions Gates of Video Hell Haiku Review Interviews Short Films Weekend of Trash Author Eammon Jacobs Eammon Jacobs 17 Student aspiring Film Journalist The Dark Knight Rises Eammon Jacobs July 20 2012 Film Reviews Reviews 3 Comments Rating 5 5 The Amazing Spider Man Eammon Jacobs July 4 2012 Film Reviews Reviews 2 Comments Rating 3 5 5 Chronicle

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  • 3 Christmas Films from Metrodome Releasing | Blueprint: Review
    s film at Christmas needs to be terrifying or intensely gripping but you still need drama to keep the kids interested You need effective villains and challenging goals to overcome achieve Everything in Sonia s quest is gained with little or no struggle as it moves towards its inevitable conclusion Very young children may still enjoy watching the well realised if a little unoriginal magical world unfold on screen but any over 6 or so will find this quite tedious The Great Santa Rescue Director Dustin Rikert Screenplay Eric Brooks Dustin Rikert Starring Caitlin Carmichael Benjamin Stockham William Shockley Joey Lauren Adams Kevin Pollak Abraham Benrubi Country USA Running Time 90 min Year 2013 BBFC Certificate U The Great Santa Rescue a k a A Country Christmas sees US Senator Max Schmucker Kevin Pollak passing a law to ban the belief in Father Christmas preventing schools and the media from perpetuating the myth This particularly troubles young girl Miley Caitlin Carmichael who ends up getting more involved in the situation than she expected when Santa himself crash lands in her family s barn His magic powers are growing weak because people are beginning to stop believing in him so Miley and her brother Zach Benjamin Stockham have to get Schmucker to change his mind before it s too late and Christmas is cancelled forever Journey to the Christmas Star was disappointing but this is flat out bad It looks and feels like a bland TV movie which I guess it is all the way The writing is lazy and clunky with painfully unfunny gags throughout The performances are pretty ropey too Joey Lauren Adams and Kevin Pollak aren t terrible but they should know better than to star in trash like this and are clearly shopping it in The two child leads could be worse but the script has them talking and acting far too much like adults which makes their performances seem all the more staged and unnatural More importantly like the previous film I reviewed this is far too dull for a children s film The stakes are clearer and stronger here and the writers throw in a dying mother subplot to tug at the heartstrings but there are no fun or exciting scenes or set pieces to keep you interested Children in particular will struggle to sit through a film whose finale sees the heroine taking part in a political debate Moments which point towards any kind of fun are sidestepped too In one scene a horse and goat eat some magic grain causing them to talk and fly but this isn t capitalised on at all other than to provide a weak gag So there is very little to recommend about this festive drivel I m afraid Beyond the bog standard presentation it s just plain boring Look elsewhere for your Christmas viewing The Magic Reindeer Director Kari Juusonen Jørgen Lerdam Screenplay Marteinn Thorisson Hannu Tuomainen Starring Kari Hietalahti Juha Veijonen Erik Carlson Country Finland Germany

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  • The Mutilator | Blueprint: Review
    2016 Competitions Featured Features Interview with Steve Oram admin January 11 2016 Featured Features Interviews Our Favourite Films of 2015 David Brook January 4 2016 Featured Features 2 Comment Haiku Review December 15 admin December 12 2015 Featured Features Haiku Review Competition Win Aferim on DVD David Brook December 8 2015 Competitions Featured Features Competitions Gates of Video Hell Haiku Review Interviews Short Films Weekend of Trash Home Reviews Book Reviews Film Reviews Game Reviews Short Films Soundtrack Reviews TV Reviews Podcasts Blueprint Review Spoiler Podcast Features Competitions Gates of Video Hell Haiku Review Interviews Short Films Weekend of Trash Home Reviews Film Reviews The Mutilator William Old February 15 2016 Film Reviews Reviews Director Buddy Cooper John Douglass Screenplay Buddy Cooper Starring Matt Mitler Frances Raines Ruth Martinez Bill Hitchcock Producer Buddy Cooper Country USA Running Time 86 min Year 2016 BBFC Certificate 18 A young lad decides to give his father a birthday treat that he will never forget by cleaning his gun collection with disastrous consequences as mum ends up with a bullet in the back Dad comes home to find his wife dead instantly breaking down what will become of him a mutilator per chance Switch to the dumb young things drinking in the bar as they decide to go for some R R at the beach I got a bad feeling about this At this point I start to think there has been a mix up and I m watching a film called Fall Break but I need not have worried because there s soon to be plenty of mutilating The kids settle oh so slowly into the condo at the beach before the first grizzly death when our first sacrifice gets a machete in the face followed by decapitation for good measure The dense tykes elect to play blind man s bluff and they numbly wander about a brightly lit house as if in the pitch black has no one heard of visual acuity The mutilator has come to the party wanting to play his own party games as the youths turn the lights back on the mutilator creeps back into the shadows Their shenanigans have racked the mad man off so a pitch fork through a neck is deployed Half of the group are missing now and the remainder still haven t cottoned on to all the mutilating that s going on Now out comes a particularly vicious looking fish gaff and at last the dim wits realise something is wrong but they opt to stay and look for Ralf which leads to Sue having a particularly unpleasant incident with the fish gaff in the private parts The last two survivors finally stumble upon the mounting pile of chopped corpses and plump to scarper but this plan does not seem to last for long They resolve to fight back and amazingly manage to stab the mutilator they get in the car but you guessed it won t start The maniac is back for

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  • Septic Man | Blueprint: Review
    Featured Features Interviews Our Favourite Films of 2015 David Brook January 4 2016 Featured Features 2 Comment Haiku Review December 15 admin December 12 2015 Featured Features Haiku Review Competition Win Aferim on DVD David Brook December 8 2015 Competitions Featured Features Competitions Gates of Video Hell Haiku Review Interviews Short Films Weekend of Trash Home Reviews Book Reviews Film Reviews Game Reviews Short Films Soundtrack Reviews TV Reviews Podcasts Blueprint Review Spoiler Podcast Features Competitions Gates of Video Hell Haiku Review Interviews Short Films Weekend of Trash Home Reviews Film Reviews Septic Man William Old January 10 2016 Film Reviews Reviews Director Jesse Thomas Cook Screenplay Tony Burgess Starring Jason David Brown Molly Dunsworth Julian Richings Robert Maillet Timothy Burd Stephen McHattie Producer John Geddes Country Canada Running Time 83 min Year 2016 BBFC Certificate 18 The makers of Monster Brawl Exit Humanity and Pontypool curl out the festering putrid Septic Man A town is in the midst of a water born contamination crisis and when the mysterious Phil Prosser Julian Richings offers Jack AKA Septic Man Jason David Brown the chance to earn some extra cash he jumps at the chance Jack decides to stay and work for the faceless system to earn some extra dosh so he can afford a better life for his family so his wife Shelley Molly Dunsworth leaves him well thanks for that Jack is left to face the vile horrors of the town s subterranean sewerage system and the chase is on to find the sickening solution to the settlement s problems Septic Man Jack is trapped in the septic system as a nightmare beyond his wildest imaginations unfolds to his disgust he unearths a putrid stream of rotting cadavers Jack journeys through floods of raw sewerage while constantly heaving in an attempt to get to the bottom of the grisly state of affairs He thinks assistance has arrived as a contorted face stares at him through a manhole cover Jack reaches out for help but to his horror he is stabbed and falls back into his putrid underground nightmare He is left for dead in the sickening masses of excrement and vomit and just for good luck another lifeless body is dumped on top of him Meanwhile the authorities in their infinite wisdom think that the town s problems are over and the town s people are allowed to return to their homes Jack is still gagging his way around the sewer and prepares to fight as two outlandish inhabitants living in the sewerage system continue to drop body parts into the cesspit Vomit and excrement flow unabated Jack is on the verge of madness as he talks to the body of a dead baby The sickening events are even too much for Giant Robert Maillet as he starts to crack tormented by the horrors he and his brother Lord Auch Timothy Burd have committed Jack s body and mind rot as he mutates into something barely recognisable as human Septic

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  • Howl Review | Blueprint: Review
    Brook January 4 2016 Featured Features 2 Comment Haiku Review December 15 admin December 12 2015 Featured Features Haiku Review Competition Win Aferim on DVD David Brook December 8 2015 Competitions Featured Features Competitions Gates of Video Hell Haiku Review Interviews Short Films Weekend of Trash Home Reviews Book Reviews Film Reviews Game Reviews Short Films Soundtrack Reviews TV Reviews Podcasts Blueprint Review Spoiler Podcast Features Competitions Gates of Video Hell Haiku Review Interviews Short Films Weekend of Trash Home Reviews Film Reviews Howl William Old October 13 2015 Film Reviews Reviews Director Paul Hyett Writer Mark Huckerby Nick Ostler Starring Ed Speleers Shauna MacDonald Rosie Day Sean Pertwee Duncan Preston Country UK Running Time 95 minutes Year 2015 BBFC Certificate TBC Paul Hyett director of The Seasoning House let s Howl off the leash I wonder what it could be about Are zombies dead have we moved on to lycan werewolves Werewolf shocks on the rise a plethora of new lycanthrope frights are hitting our screens and Howl adds to the list of Hairy werewolfery Train guard Joe Ed Speleers is having a bad day he s not got that promotion he wanted and to top it all his arch rival has landed the top job taking great delight in assigning Joe to the night train His night is only brightened up when he realises Ellen Holly Weston Dementamania is in charge of refreshments on the fated train out of London A motley selection of passengers aboard the doomed train and Joe weathers the humiliation of checking train tickets amongst a barrage of abuse The train jolts to a halt I wonder what we have hit here we go Train driver Sean Pertwee of Dog Soldiers fame sets off to find out what is appertaining well that s mistake number one When Joe can t find the driver the whacky selection of passengers start to get a bit uppity The half witted travellers are soon convinced by Adrian Elliot Cowan The Golden Compass to get off the train and walk to safety are you kidding me mistake number two The lumbering buffoons stumble along the train track in a bid for safety but pretty soon they are spooked as they realise that something wrong and hairy is lurking in the woods They scramble in a mad panic to get back on board but dithering geriatric Jenny Ania Marson fails to keep up and something un earthy grabs her leg slamming her from floor to ceiling while trapped in the door Jenny has been bitten the infection has been administered sadly for the train passengers instead of filling her full of silver they decide to leave her to recover and as you guessed she makes a Lycantropic change for the worse and on slaught ensues Furred hybrids assault the terrified dim wits cowering on the night train and the hairy antics abound there s plenty of oozing blood as werewolves work their way through the tasty morsels on offer It

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