The most terrifying thing about film is that it’s all already happened
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
An appropriately bizarre addition to this year’s Sydney Underground Film Festival, Greener Grass wants you think it’s better on the other side
They’re men! Men in belts, tight belts! They roam around the dojo looking for fights!
It always comes down to that ending
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
Talking all things Melbourne International Film Festival 2019, The Unknown Saint, The Death of Dick Long, Machine & The Dead Don’t Die #MIFF2019
Where we chat with the 10th annual Korean Film Festival in Australia Artistic Director David Park, fight about our favourite and least favourite flicks from the Melbourne International Film Festival and return to Hollywood to unpack what we’re told is the 9th film from Quentin Tarantino (spoilers discussion)
It’s far from unheard of that a film’s production or genesis is as if not more interesting than the finished product, but it’s rarely the case for so quality a picture. Billi (Awkwafina), on finding […]
It’s a strange thing to say that something is deceptively good
The Death of Dick Long is having none of your genre.
Kursk doesn’t want you to remember the actual disaster too closely, just some of its fallout. This week’s thriller is based on the disappearance of Russia’s titular submarine and it’s 118 personnel 19 years past. […]
Monsters are almost always metaphors for something. Many films forget this and just have something wreaking havoc, while others make it crystal clear. When Hank’s (Jeremy Gardner) long term partner Abby (Brea Grant) leaves him […]
If you see this film you will never forget the title
The 9th film by Quentin Tarantino was always going to be one of the most anticipated of 2019
One rarely expects a film as good as ‘Portrait of a Lady on Fire’ to come along and we are always glad when it does.
A solid premise matters little when the execution can barely match it
In a Festival beset by unnecessary controversies and ill-considered depictions of violence, Dirty God showed us how well it can be done
“As a fan making a film I wanted to make something that I knew would resonate with people who are savvy and maybe a little bit discerning”
There’s no better place for dry humour than the desert. Couldn’t resist
“Five wickedly twisted tales from the next generation of Aboriginal Writer/Directors all looking at the post-colonial Aboriginal experience through the horror genre”
“It’s a story of a woman who defies the rules of the establishment, of the Church, of the State. She goes against them all in order to redefine herself in her own terms, the way […]