A Nightmare on Elm Street (Blu-ray Review)

18 – 91mins – 1984


 

SLEEP DISORDER

“Everybody’s got to dream, young lady.”

Inexcusably falling into the ‘genre classic I’ve somehow never seen’ category, I remedied my unintentional aversion to Wes Craven’s Elm Street franchise by picking up the 5-disc Blu-ray boxset recently, which neatly includes all 7 original entries and only skips on the 2010 remake (which, shamefully, is the only one I had previously seen).

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Hush (Netflix Review)

15 – 81mins – 2016


 

CHOOSE YOUR OWN ADVENTURE

Struggling to decide upon one of seven alternative endings to her sophomore novel, death-mute author Maddie Young (Kate Siegel) enjoys the solitude of her cabin in the woods, with only one neighbouring dwelling she is otherwise completely cut off from the hustle and bustle of city life.

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INSIDE NO. 9, 3.6 – “Private View” (TV Review)

BBC Two – Tuesday 21st March 2017 – 10pm

Created and written by: Reece Shearsmith and Steve Pemberton

Directed by: Guillem Morales


 

LIVING EXHIBITION

Mastermind all-rounders Pemberton and Shearsmith bring this third batch of their comedy-horror anthology series to a fittingly glamourous close with this witty murder-mystery set in a modern art installation, featuring a remarkable all-star cast. While “Private View” doesn’t quite hit the exceptional highs of deceptively simple post-Christmas special kick-starter “The Bill”, it is the funniest, most audacious and grizzliest story yet.

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