Lee Boardman

Web developer by day, with a movie and TV watchlist that continues to grow as much as my spare time reduces! My favourite movie is Inception and, despite what everyone says, I do not have a man-crush on Tom Cruise.

Baghead Review

REVIEW: Baghead

Last year gave us a brilliant horror movie about the perils of talking to the dead in the form of Talk to Me. This year, which has already started on shaky ground with the disappointing Night Swim, comes another talk to the dead horror, Alberto Corredor’s Baghead. Sadly, while not quite a total disaster, it’s

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Gen V Review


Episodes reviewed: 1-6 Gen V is a new 8-part series, coming to Prime Video this Friday and set in the same supe-inhabited world as The Boys, a show that has already racked up three brilliant seasons and is still going strong. Gen V is set in Godolkin University, a prestigious superhero-only college, where students train

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Accused Review

REVIEW: Accused

It was only recently that I finally managed to watch the brilliant Boiling Point and now director Philip Barantini follows that up with Accused, a psychological thriller that proved to be even more terrifying than any horror I’ve seen so far this year. We meet Harri (Chaneil Kular) as he says goodbye to his girlfriend

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The Dive Review

REVIEW: The Dive

Another week, another surprise Odeon screening that’s causing uproar and disappointment online. The clues ahead of this one led us to believe that we would be seeing The Dive, which certainly isn’t a horror film. So what was the issue? Well, this was meant to be a ‘Scream Unseen’ screening, usually a chance to get

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Talk to Me Review

REVIEW: Talk to Me

Having made a name for themselves with popular YouTube channel RackaRacka, Australian twin brothers Danny and Michael Philippou have now moved into feature films. Their debut is Talk to Me, a possession horror that, despite faltering somewhat during its second half, still succeeds in impressing overall. All the best horrors open with a nice little

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The Continental

NEWS: First look at characters and cast for The Continental

Prime Video have revealed a first look at the characters and cast behind the brand-new upcoming prequel series The Continental: From the World of John Wick. The three-part series will explore the origin behind the iconic hotel-for-assassins, which is the centrepiece of the John Wick universe. The show will be seen through the eyes of a

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Elemental Review

REVIEW: Elemental

Elemental is the latest animated offering from Pixar, delivering a familiar story but with a twist. It’s a love story involving two very different cultures, in this case, fire and water, and how their love helps eventually bring people together to live in harmony. The result though is entertaining but average. Before we get to

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Hypnotic Review

REVIEW: Hypnotic

The original screenplay for Hypnotic was written by Robert Rodriguez way back in 2002. Had it been released shortly after that time, I’m sure it would have felt a lot fresher and more interesting than it does now. However, aside from the occasional glimmer of something decent, it now feels instead like it borrows from

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Missing Review

REVIEW: Missing

After a few months delay, Missing finally arrives in UK cinemas this week, from the team behind one of my favourite movies of 2018, Searching. In Searching we followed a single dad, played by John Cho, as he desperately searched online for his missing daughter. In Missing those roles are reversed as a daughter uses

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Renfield Review

REVIEW: Renfield

The character of Renfield has already been portrayed countless times on stage and screen, adapted from Bram Stoker’s novel where R. M. Renfield is introduced as the devoted servant and familiar of Dracula. This latest portrayal sees Nicholas Hoult taking on the role, with the focus more on his character than that of Dracula, played

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