The most terrifying thing about film is that it’s all already happened
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
Based on reports of former strip club employees following the ’08 Wall Street crash banding together to fleece their once clients’ ilk, Constance Wu, Julia Stiles, Madeline Brewer, Lili Reinhart (Betty in Riverdale) and Jennifer Lopez are all on board
The problem’s not that Joker isn’t smart, it’s that Joker isn’t smart
Produced for the Sydney Underground Film Festival’s inaugural Take48 Film Competition and screened at Kino Sydney
Where we joke around with twice the Will power; Joker & Gemini Man in cinemas today
Despairing of his second feature, British filmmaker Benjamin (Merlin’s Colin Morgan) quickly falls for singer and all round charming dude Noah, played by Phenix Brossard who at the time of writing has likely been cast in a Mick Jagger biopic
Most films forget to place the bomb under the table – very few manage three ticking simultaneously
Where we fight about Sad Astronaut, 2019’s most lumbering flick and bad movies about good boys
Alice, abruptly discovering that her life savings were depleted by her husband’s use of escort services, turns to the industry to reclaim her property and support her child
Sad Astra. Sad Astronaut. Brad Astra. Dad Astra. Sad Brad Dad Astronaut movie
#QSFF19 Director Lisa Rose (Sep 18-22!), SF3 2019 Gala & Smartphone Feature debut ‘Blue Moon’ and emerging from the Underground Film Festival
Millennials! Baby boomers! Cinema’s just only catching up on this trove of terror and the latest one is Tone-Deaf
An appropriately bizarre addition to this year’s Sydney Underground Film Festival, Greener Grass wants you think it’s better on the other side
Here’s a few picks that might just help you sort out your IFF 2019 schedule!
They’re men! Men in belts, tight belts! They roam around the dojo looking for fights!
Defying straightforward explanation, the first of three imminent flicks titled Dreamland will surely be the most bizarre
Where chat all things Sydney Underground and Smartphone Flick Fest SF3 2019!
“My prediction is that a couple of years from now the fact a feature was shot on a phone will be totally unremarkable. When Blue Moon screened in Dublin the curator didn’t tell the audience […]
It always comes down to that ending
“It always feels good to get recognition, what made this one special is that it was in my home town”
As this is the Underground Film Festival, the resulting trials are not especially G-rated