Articles Posted in the " Cockneys vs Zombies " Category

  • I, Anna

    I, Anna features tremendous performances by its leads, but this is not enough to sustain the viewer through a lackadaisical and uninteresting plot. Initially intriguing but ultimately forgettable, the film is never as thrilling, meaningful or insightful as it would like to be. Although it calls itself Film Noir, I, Anna is somewhere closer to beige.


  • Tower Block

    Taking influences and inspiration from any number of different films, Tower Block manages to weave them together into a crafty, claustrophobic thriller that continues a recent resurgence in hugely successful British B-Movies.


  • Cockneys vs Zombies

    Watch out Abercrombies! Pussy Galore’s got a gun and she knows how to use it! Taking a leaf out of Simon Pegg’s book, Cockneys vs Zombies is a very British look at how a zombie plague would pan out. Sadly it lacks enough content to provide real bite. Whilst Cockneys has a lot of heart…and brains…and limbs, it is missing a lot of the humour that the title hints at to make it a classic Brit horror.


  • TGIM! Film 4 Frightfest

    It’s that time of year again! The 13th Film 4 Frightfest is upon us, and promises all kinds of beautiful terror in its four day programme. From Geordie clown murderers to scalping Freud-botherers, from Cockney spade wavers to demonic mouth creepers – there’s certainly no way whatever sick lust you have can’t be satiated. But what should you start with? That’s where we step in…


  • Top 10 imaginary versus films

    There is nothing we like more here at BFF Towers than seeing two totally random creatures fight it out to the death. Alien vs Predator (one, not two), Mega Shark vs. Crocosaurus, Mega Shark vs anything really… Later on this month Cockneys vs Zombies attacks our screens and to celebrate we thought it would be fun to think of the best versus films that neither man nor beast has ever thought of before. Some might say there is a reason why these films don’t exist…well we say WHATEVS! We will get a space on our mantelpiece ready for our Oscar. Let’s kick off with Strippers vs Werewolves…oh hang on…