Back to The Slaughtered Bird again, this time for a beautiful-looking film based on a real-life tragedy from Ye Olden Times. Which way do we head for… Read more “Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf?”
Well, I suppose it had to happen sooner or later. After nearly two years of being given full rein to be as rude as I liked about… Read more “Carving Out New Territory”
Celestial Toyroom is going through a period of rotating editorships at the moment. My mate Ian Wheeler did the January edition, themed entirely around the Ice Warriors… Read more “Peter Sallis Wins Again”
I don’t like cats, I’m no fan of boring horror films, and I absolutely cannot abide bad acting. All praise, therefore, to The Slaughtered Bird, who have delivered… Read more “Justified Ailurophobia”
The Slaughtered Bird have printed my maunderings once again! This time I’m on about indie film Poor Agnes. Maunder maunder maunder.
To close out the year and to celebrate the end of Peter Capaldi’s run as the Doctor, DWAS decided that this year’s last CT would be about all the… Read more “Out With The Old”
Once again The Slaughtered Bird has asked its contributors for its top five horror films of 2017. I have given a list of the top five I reviewed, regardless… Read more “Five Stars”
A short film about the dangers of wickerwork and other crafts in rural areas, Mab delights in receiving the Slaughtered Bird treatment here.
See that poster above for Anti-Matter? And see also the poster that handily illustrates my review of Anti-Matter at The Slaughtered Bird? Neither of them have the… Read more “Uncle Minds, But Does…”