2014 Awards – Hidden Gems

Through the month of January I will be looking back on 2014, I will be looking at a range of subjects where I will be picking my best or worst in separate posts.

Today I will be look at Hidden Gems. This will be looking at films that would have got over looked and some ended up going straight to DVD.

Mentions that could have been number one;

Heaven is for Real heaven is real The story of a little boy who believes he visited God, sure it doesn’t sound like much but it turns into a beautiful true story. My Review

Frank frank This quirky indie comedy about a young man who joins a strange band lead by a lead singer with a giant head on. My Review

The Raid 2 raid 2While the fans of the original would have been first in line to make sure people watched this but the people who didn’t it is time for you to get your hands on this. My Review

Sex Ed logo A comedy lead by Haley Joel Osment that seem to come from nowhere but I did find this one, one of the better comedies this year. My Review

The Last Showing logo This was a horror thriller that comes off very simple but very effective. My Review

My favourite

Odd Thomas logo This Dean Koontz book that starts off with a smooth talking young man soon turns into one of the most enjoyable action horror mystery films this year. My Review

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