Tag: simon rumley

NEWSFLASH! London heavies ……

NEWSFLASH! London heavies ……

  If the first pictures, which have just been released, are anything to go by, you certainly wouldn’t want to mess with the cast of director Simon Rumley’s new crime drama, Once Upon a Time in London.     The film charts the rise and fall of Billy Hill (played […]

DVD Review

Little Deaths (2011)

La petite mort is a French expression sometimes used to describe an orgasm. It means the little death. Knowing that, viewers should head into Little Deaths with the knowledge that the three tales contained within this British horror anthology movie all deal with sex and death. The first tale, House […]

Film Review

The ABCs Of Death (2012)

It should have been something truly great. When horror fans first heard of The ABCs Of Death there seemed to be a good feeling about it. 26 short films by 26 different directors who were each given a budget of $5,000 and complete free rein to do whatever they wanted […]

Film Review

Red, White and Blue (2010)

A trio of  outstanding performances of tormented wayward souls anchors Simon Rumley’s ambitious horror film. Tackling some very heavy weight issues and situations, the well observed and very real human indie drama is a tight and engaging watch before Rumley plays his trump card of revenge in the form of a scuzzy Noah Taylor […]