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Shark Expert Richard Peirce Talks Movies with Cage Dive

Three friends from California head to the rugged Australian coast for a cage dive encounter with deadly sharks, but after attracting a swarm of the creatures, their tour boat is destroyed by a...

Friday Night Post-Pub Movie: Cage Dive (2017)

★★★ Cage Dive is a solid found footage survival thriller with intense shark sequences. Released in some parts of the world as Open Water 3, Cage Dive emerges as a surprisingly effective found...

Movies My Dad Likes: Our Man In Havana [1959]

If you’re feeling down because it won’t stop raining outside and you need a good pick me up, then why not watch the movie Our Man in Havana. Based on the book by Graham Greene, who also wrote the...

Cage Dive and the Evolution of Sharks on Screen

“And the thing about a shark is he’s got lifeless eyes. Black eyes. Like a doll’s eyes. When he comes at ya, he doesn’t even seem to be livin’… ’til he bites ya, and those black...

Movies My Dad Likes: Breakheart Pass [1975]

As far as I know, Breakheart Pass was the only western story written by the great Alistair McClean but what a riveting tale it is. His screenplay version of the story for the movie does not...

The History of the Found Footage Genre in Six Films

Stumble across an old camera (often one which has been bloodied, buried or burned), press play and watch in horror as the happy home movie scenes turn to terrifying images straight out of our worst...

Wesley Snipes: His Hardest Heroes and Best Baddies

Action superstar Wesley Snipes, in his first leading role since 2012’s cult hit Gallowwalkers, returns to the screen as FINAL RECALL, as a no-nonsense survivalist trying to stop aliens from taking...

The Best Alien Abduction Movies & TV

Alien abductions have long been a staple of science-fiction stories, film and television. The idea of a mysterious light enveloping our homes and extracting us from our beds is a terrifying one, made...

Movies My Dad Likes: Hell Drivers [1957]

Hell Drivers released in 1957 remains one of my top 20 all time favourite movies. When I first saw this black and white movie the whole audience seemed to be swaying from side to site as overladen...

Should Paramount Reboot Transformers?

Up until now, the Transformers franchise has been critic-proof. It doesn’t matter how bad the reviews have been, Paramount’s Transformers movies continued to make billions of dollars...