Trailer Alert – The Tangle

A secret government agency watches over the Tangle from within technology safe rooms, locations impermeable to the nanobots that make up the Tangle.

Swarms of microdrones fill the air, the water, our very blood. In this world, it is impossible to keep a secret anywhere but in your S.O.L. (Secure OnTangle Line), a quantum encrypted hard drive implanted in your brain.

Shortcut – Release News

Coming to DVD & Digital Download 29th March

A group of five British teenagers are taking their usual school bus home when an unexpected detour turns their night into a nightmare. But this isn’t your average night, as a rare lunar eclipse is on the cards, as Nolan (Jack Kane) and his classmates; Bess (Sophie Jane Oliver), Karl (Zander Emlano), Queenie (Molly Dew) and Reggie (Zak Sutcliffe) soon discover.

A Random Encounter – Available on Amazon Prime Now

Synopsis: Random Encounter is a comedy of romance that proves finding your Prince Charming can be a right royal pain. A dual perspective, he-said, she-said, romantic comedy about two twenty-somethings (Laura and Kevin) trying to make it in Hollywood and their chance encounter at a local coffee shop that leads to an entertaining journey of misunderstandings, bad timing, and almost missed chances. Meghan Markle plays Mindy – the sassy, independent best friend of Laura. Laura is a hopeless romantic who believes that fate will bring her true love. Mindy, on the other hand, believes that you make your own luck in the superficial LA dating scene they live in.

Starring Meghan Markle (Suits), Abby Wathen (The Bay), Michael Rady (Jane The Virgin) and Sean Young (Blade Runner). Directed by Boris Undorf.

Hawk and Rev: Vampire Slayers (2020) Movie Review

Hawk & Rev Vampire Slayers – Silly & Fun

Director: Ryan Barton-Grimley

Writer: Ryan Barton-Grimley (Screenplay)

Starring: Ryan Barton-Grimley, Ari Schneider, Jana Savage, Jeff Lorch, Casey Graf, David Rickabaugh

Plot: Philip “HAWK” Hawkins doesn’t just dream about killing vampires – He eats, sleeps, drinks and freakin’ breaths it. After getting kicked out the Army for staking a fellow soldier with a blunt two by four, Hawk almost dies of boredom working as a night security guard in his hometown of Santa Muerte, California – USA. Just when it looks like all Hawk’s options in life have expired, filthy blood-sucking vampires appear and of course – Nobody freakin’ believes him. With his back up against the wall, his sweaty Karate Kid headband on and hordes of murderous vampires closing in, Hawk enlists the help of the one person who kind of believes him – Revson “REV” McCabe, a dimwitted, vegan-pacifist groundskeeper. Together they join forces to save the whole entire freakin’ world. Well, at least their hometown anyway.

Tagline – Slay time is over… or is it?!

Runtime: 1 Hour 24 Minutes

There may be spoilers in the rest of the review

Story: Hawk & Rev Vampire Slayers starts as we meet former soldier turned security guard Philip Hawk Hawkins (Barton-Grimley) who has been having problems understand what is real or not in life. Hawk’s best friend Revson ‘Rev’ McCabe (Schneider) does help him in his battle to prove vampires are real, with the rest of people around them don’t believe them.

As Hawk and Rev find themselves in a position where they believe they have found a new vampire, they must put a team together to defeat the creature praying on the residents, only without causing violence.

Thoughts on Hawk & Rev Vampire Slayers

Characters & Performances – Hawk is a former soldier that has seen himself discharged and ending up in a security job, not being able to handle life on an everyday basis, mixing his mind with reality, wanting to fight vampires. He knows who he can trust and must turn to them to try and defeat the one he has found in the area. Rev is the best friend that is always supporting Hawk through the troubles he is facing, he will join the fight back against vampires, but doesn’t want to be violent. The pair Ryan Barton-Grimley and Ari Schneider work well in their roles, if they aren’t together the film would suffer, with the strong chemistry they show. Theo becomes the latest member of the team who has been waiting for fight vampires for a while, she will offer up a love interest but not one Hawk can just get. We do meet other people that will get involved in the hunt, that offer extra laughs along the way.

StoryThe story here follows two friends that believe there are vampires in LA and looks to fight back against them despite nobody else believing them and believing they are not stable to be chasing vampire around. This is a story that knows what it is going for, it wants to poke fun at the vampire fighting characters while not being just a complete joke about what we have seen before. The story does have a fun tone, but doesn’t want to tackle the serious side subjects bought up in the story.

ThemesHawk & Rev Vampire Slayers is a horror comedy that brings vampires into the world, while keeping the attacks on a more comedically level with the attacks. We use the LA backdrop to show the different figures we could meet through the adventures in the city.


Hawk & Rev Vampire Slayers is a fun, entertaining movie that can be enjoyed.