This contemporary tale of a Cornish fisherman in conflict with his village community and ‘blow ins’ from London makes effective use of film stylings from an earlier era.
If your a fan of British cult horrors Prevenge and Sightseers, then the darkly funny well-written, A Serial Killer’s Guide to Life is one to watch.
Packed with great casts and uncannily generic storylines, these 2 restored horror anthologies together deliver 10 blasts of tawdry, 70s stockbroker belt gothic.
The moral of this tale is be very careful from whom you buy a house!
Dora the Explorer has become a house hold name within the last decade or two with a long living television series (among its countless items of merchandise).
Horrible Histories: The Movie is based on Scholastic’s best-selling and award-winning children’s historical comedy book series by Terry Deary and illustrated by Martin Brown.