"Now, you might not know the name Nathan Head but remember it 'cos you may be hearing a lot more of it in the next couple of years."
"Definitely one for the horror fans."
TV3e / Virgin Media Ireland
"If Steven Soderbergh directed Black Mirror, edgy and styalised"
Theatre Of Fear
"One of the most bizarre & twisted tales of carnage you'll
"Overall, this first season of Portal has been perfectly
solid all the way through, never losing its momentum, nor its sense
of mystery and intrigue. It has interesting ideas at its heart, yet
grounds them in a realistic, gritty, northern world. The
cinematography is stylish and the actors are giving it their
all...Future Artists in Manchester deserve plaudits for creating
what is a surreal, mind-provoking drama, and pulling it all off in a
"The acting throughout the movie is excellent, and the tension during some of the scenes with the Nazis is nail biting. The serious tone of the movie gives it a darkness and cruelty that's quite unsettling in place...I really enjoyed the movie. It was overall entertaining, and infinitely better than I expected it would be. The Toymaker is both a triumph and an inspiration."
"It all makes for a nightmarish experience, somewhere
between a drug trip and a dream. Exorcist Chronicles is a real
head-scratcher, but sometimes that's just what you need."
Apparition Of Evil
"...nicely paced, doesn't go for too much spectacle but
rather atmosphere, and its beautifully carried by Nathan Head."
(re) Search My Trash
"Comedy talent at
it's best... keen,
enthusiastic and natural. I found myself crying with
laughter by the end of the performance with the great comedy
that was on stage...The night was a true success and an
enjoyable evening out."
"Decent FX, gore
and laughs combined...starring Ryan McDermott and Nathan
Head, it is an onslaught of supernatural gore comedy...truly
independent British film at it's best."
The Sleeper Effect
"The acting is solid across the board... The
Sleeper Effect succeeds brilliantly."
Doomcheez / CinemaOnTheRocks
"humour that has been thrown in to nearly every scene and it
saves the movie...I’ll put it down to my liking for Nathan
Head…and his ability to ad lib in a way that makes me laugh
clearly does his slightly possessed, sinister, untrustworthy Russian with great
pleasure...quite frankly I could
have watched a whole lot more."