Where we chat all things Hyperlinks with Static Vision’s Felix Hubble and a new Fest to look forward to this weekend at Pink Flamingo!
Where we fight about gold statues, pearls of Austen, diamonds in the Aussie rough, whatever Lynch has unearthed and uncut, gems with Louise Easson
Where we go round the twist with Robert Eggers, learn some Latin, meet the original disaster artist and code-break in our slippers
Where we Malick, Mendes, Ritchie, Heller and Roach
Where we fight about our favourite double, Little Women and Bad Boys, are Sorry We Missed You over the summer, share some Truth, spend a few minutes on the Oscars and spoil the hell out of the new Star War
Where we fight about, Cats
Where we fight about the most anticipated film of the year fresh off the screening and without looking at the internet
Where we take it to The Next Level, fight about the Resistance and reflect on the year that was
Where we fight about little men, little awards talk, a little adaptation and a little rain
Where we Tardis to December 1999 to review, finally, Fight Club, catch Darabont’s Shawshank follow-up & Kubrick’s last
Where our eyes get checked and the knives come out with Felix Hubble & Harris Dang
Where we fight about Charlie’s marriage, Charlie’s Angels, briefly bring the Knives Out and watch Judy Punch back
Where we fight about painting houses, report on Adam Driver’s latest, talk fast v furious and dance with Nic Cage’s soul
Where we go to great pains to glorify Almodovar’s latest and fight about Marvel cinema – or is it?
Where we breakaway from bad movies with Jesse Pinkman and defend a self-styled satire
Where we fight over the rainbow
Where we hustle, joke re spoilers and introduce our new ‘fight of the week’ segment with one of the most debated, beloved and reviled flicks of recent years
Where we joke around with twice the Will power; Joker & Gemini Man in cinemas today
Where we fight about Sad Astronaut, 2019’s most lumbering flick and bad movies about good boys
#QSFF19 Director Lisa Rose (Sep 18-22!), SF3 2019 Gala & Smartphone Feature debut ‘Blue Moon’ and emerging from the Underground Film Festival
Where chat all things Sydney Underground and Smartphone Flick Fest SF3 2019!
Where we chat all things SciFi Film Festival 2019 with Program Director Simon Foster (running Sep 6-8!) and drama that fares well in The Farewell