JUMPCUT PLAY, PLAY Reviews

REVIEW: Burly Men At Sea (PS4)

Burly Men At Sea was one of PlayStation’s PS Plus offerings in November and right from my first look at its minimal vector design, I knew I’d likely enjoy this game. The game, from studio Brain&Brain, was released in September 2016 and has been nominated…

Action & Adventure, Film Reviews, Z - 2018

REVIEW: Robin Hood (2018)

With countless films, books, and TV shows about the legendary outlaw,  we can probably assume almost everyone will have have heard of Robin of Loxely, aka Robin Hood, in some form of media. The last time we saw him on the silver screen was in…

Film Reviews, Uncategorized

BFI COMEDY GENIUS: Sightseers (2012)

The second strand of Showroom Cinema’s BFI Comedy Genius season is Contemporary British Comedy – an exploration of quintessentially British wit, expect a bitter twist and a sprinkling of social realism delivered by the British stars of today (and tomorrow). Kicking off this strand was Ben Wheatley’s…

Film Reviews

JUMPSCARECUT: The Conjuring 2 (2016)

James Wan’s The Conjuring was a hit with horror fans when it released in 2013 and has since spawned a sequel (with a third film confirmed) as well as two successful spin-offs – Annabelle, of which a third film will release in 2020, and this…

Film Reviews, Short Film, Z - 2018

JUMPSCARECUT: Defarious (Short)

Year: 2018 Directed by: Chase Michael Pallante Cast: Janet Miranda, Jason Torres, Sonia Sierra Runtime: 13m 17s “A young woman is tormented by her nightmares and they are beginning to manifest so strongly she becomes disillusioned between the world of her imagination and what is…

Crime, Film Reviews, Thriller

REVIEW: Who Killed Teddy Bear (1965)

Who Killed Teddy Bear is a psychological crime thriller that was released in 1965 but was refused certification on its original theatrical release due to its “sleazy, taboo-breaking nature“. The film has been newly scanned from one it’s few surviving 35mm prints and is available for…

Interviews, R&F Entertainment, RF Interviews

INTERVIEW: Divoni Simon

Earlier this year we were fortunate enough to be offered the chance to review a screener of a fantastic short film called Maturing Youth. The cast and crew are gearing up for the film’s premiere at the first annual Cutting Room International Short Film Festival next month…

Film Reviews, Horror, Z - 2018

REVIEW: The Nun (2018)

Prior to The Nun’s release this week, The Conjuring Universe has made over $1.2 billion globally with it’s four current entries, two of which are spin-offs. Before The Conjuring released there were no plans on the table to build this universe, but due to the…

JUMPCUT PLAY, PLAY Reviews

REVIEW: Reigns (Steam)

In a world where online dating is as easy and effortless as swiping left or right on your phone, Nerial decided to create a game using a similar premise, but instead of finding your next partner, your swipes determine the fate of your kingdom… Admittedly,…

Film Reviews, Z - 2018

REVIEW: Miss Leslie’s Dolls (1973)

It’s likely Miss Leslie’s Dolls doesn’t ring a bell for a lot of our readers, and in fact, this ‘grindhouse classic’ was thought to be lost until a few years ago when the original print was found. Network is re-releasing an HD restoration of this almost…