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Friday
May222015

HORROR / BIRDMAN: THE JON HEWITT INTERVIEW

Reworking the 80s Ozploitation shocker Turkey Shoot for 2015 audiences afforded director Jon Hewitt the scope to go after the media plague that is reality TV (Click here).

Wednesday
May202015

REVIEWS / POLTERGEIST

Gil Kenan's reworking of Tobe Hooper's Poltergeist updates the suburban tech but forgoes the convincing jolts in adhering to its PG-13 agenda (Click here).

Monday
May182015

BLOG / MAD MEN: WHAT MRA ADVOCATES CAN LEARN FROM GEORGE MILLER’S ANTI-HERO.

SPOILER WARNING: We counter some of the Men's Rights Advocacy claims by celebrating the tough, smart women who have featured in George Miller's epic action quadrilogy (Click here).

Friday
May152015

REVIEWS / PIKU

Three of Indian cinema's biggest stars bring an effortless charm and insightful warmth to the generational dramatics of director Shoojit Sircar's Piku (Click here).

Friday
May082015

REVIEWS / INFINI

A lone survivor on an off-planet colony yearns for a less gruesome life back home in Gabriel director Shane Abbess' new film, Infini (Click here).

Wednesday
May062015

FEATURES / THE 62nd SYDNEY FILM FESTIVAL: PREVIEW

From Ingmar Bergman to the giant ants of B-movie legend, the 62nd annual Sydney Film Festival has all your cinmea-going needs covered this June (Click here).

Tuesday
May052015

MEDIA / TRAILERS, SHORTS AND FIRST-LOOKS.

What to expect from Brazil's celebration of genre cinema, Fantaspoa; behind-the-scenes with Annie Leibowitz as she shoots Vanity Fair's Star Wars cover story; the trailer for what has been described as 'the scariest documenatry ever made'; and, a time-capsule presentation on the history of the iconic Sydney Film Festival (Click here). 

Monday
May042015

BLOG / MONKEY SHINES: DAVID LETTERMAN, A PLUSH TOY AND A CABIN BOY.

As the reign of television's late-night king nears its end, we revisit David Letterman's one-shot at bigscreen glory in 1994's cult flop, Cabin Boy (Click here).

Saturday
May022015

REVIEWS / THE CROW'S EGG (KAAKKA MUTTAI)

The indomitable spirit of two Chennai slum-boys helps them attain their dreams of life's simple pleasures - television, celebrity and a slice of pizza (Click pic)

Monday
Apr202015

FEATURES / SRI LANKAN STAR SOARS IN HELMER'S HARD-HITTING '28'

Sri Lankan acting legend Mahendra Perera talks about his role in Prasanna Jayakody's searing, symbolic stand against patriarchal abuse, 28 (Click pic)

Friday
Apr172015

REVIEWS / LOVE & MERCY

2015 SYDNEY FILM FESTIVAL: The warped world of Beach Boys great Brian Wilson is afforded a thoughtful, insightful interpretation, with two great actors bringing the troubled genius to vivid life (Click pic).

Sunday
Apr122015

REVIEWS / THE AGE OF ADALINE

Blake Lively further establishes her A-list, bigscreen credibility with The Age of Adaline, a smart, sweet romantic fantasy that could earn Harrison Ford that elusive Oscar nod (Click pic).

Wednesday
Apr082015

FEATURES / DIRECTOR SUMMONS MIDDLE EASTERN DEMON FOR U.S. DEBUT

Jinn, the debut film from US-based director Ajmal Zaheer Ahmad, draws upon childhood anxieties brought on by stories of the fiery demons of Islamic folklore (Click pic).

Monday
Apr062015

FEATURES / SOLDIER BLUE: THE ODEN ROBERTS INTERVIEW

Oden Roberts' debut feature, A Fighting Season, is a dark, humane character study of a returned serviceman's struggle to come to grips with the dark moral core of the nation that he fought to honour (Click pic).

Saturday
Apr042015

MEDIA / TRAILERS, SHORTS AND FIRST-LOOKS.

New York readies for this year's festival of Deutsche film brilliance; Raiders gets a makeover; a short film rekindles great momster make-up craftsmanship; and, Hollywood's hottest horror starlet, Maika Monroe, talks of life as America's new 'scream queen' (Click pic).