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Misha Wallace - Social Media Editor

From the age of 4, Misha Wallace became transfixed by movies like Halloween and The Birds from behind the couch, unbeknownst to her family. This has developed in to an obsession with fantasy and horror films (and a considerable number of cheesy 80s and 90s flicks – but she will not be judged). If she was a character in a film she'd be the girl at the end of a horror movie, doused in blood but grinning victorious. Email: or find her any time of the day or night on FilmJuice social media.

Moon Man

Originally released in 2012 as a short film, German animation Moon Man (Der Mondmann) now emerges on DVD as feature length and redubbed into English.  Based on the 1967 children’s book by
April 21, 2014


Futile as it is, it seems that filmmakers remain intent on squeezing every last ounce of blood from the found footage genre.  Over the last couple of years in particular there have
February 10, 2014

Justin And The Knights of Valour

There is a growing love for animation set in medieval times, sparked by the likes of Shrek, Brave and How To Train Your Dragon.  A film like Manuel Sicilia’s Justin and the
January 29, 2014

Cutie And The Boxer

Zachary Heinzerling’s documentary Cutie and the Boxer shone at the Sundance Film Festival and it is not hard to see why.  The film tells the story of the 40 year relationship of Japanese artist couple Ushio and
January 27, 2014

Kiss of the Damned

Until Twilight came along in 2008 and saturated the genre with a fair amount of angst-ridden slush, we had the likes of Near Dark, Let the Right One In and Dracula (1992)
January 27, 2014

Despicable Me 2

If you have been present pretty much anywhere across social media or the internet over the last three years then you will most certainly recognise a ‘minion’ when you see one.  These
November 20, 2013

Summer in February

Summer in February is the story of a brief period in the life of artist Sir Alfred James Munnings, adapted by Jonathan Smith from his own novel.  In Lamorna on the coast
October 9, 2013

Superheroes Must Die

Now is truly the age of the superhero on screen.  Marvel and DC blockbusters may continually dominate the cinema charts but there is certainly always room for movies that attempt to deconstruct
October 6, 2013

Here Comes the Devil (Ahí va el diablo)

Prior to his entry in this year’s anthology The ABCs of Death with B is for Bigfoot, no stranger to the horror genre, Argentinian writer/director Adrián García Bogliano pushed the boundaries with
September 12, 2013

The Incredible Burt Wonderstone

The Incredible Burt Wonderstone examines the interesting premise of traditional versus modern magic with a generous dusting of comedy, but with a weak plotline despite boasting a collective of writers including Horrible
July 29, 2013
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