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Monday
May072012

FEATURES / PETER GALVIN: SINGIN' THE BLUES

A new short film brings some long-overdue attention to one of the industry's most dedicated multi-hyphenates.

Sunday
May062012

REVIEWS / THE ARRIVAL OF WANG (FANTASPOA 2012)

The Manetti's Brothers craft an Italian sci-fiction allegory that demands debate outside of its genre trappings.

Sunday
May062012

HORROR / FANTASPOA 2012

The re-animation of Dr Herbert West is just one of the screening highlights at South America's biggest celebration of horror and fantasy films.

Saturday
May052012

REVIEW / TRISHNA

A provocative British auteur transforms Hardy's literary heroine into a poor Indian village girl.

Thursday
May032012

BLOG / SOFT-CORE ARTISTRY

The WWW resurrects the early porn-poster work of one of America's most accomplished commercial artists.

Monday
Apr302012

REVIEWS / THE PIRATES! BAND OF MISFITS

Aardman Animation hoists the mainsail on it's first stop-motion film without Nick Park and the results are worrying.

Thursday
Apr262012

FEATURES / GLENN TRIGGS: HOTEL ROOMS AND TIME TRAVEL 

The writer/director of a new Australian independent feature reflects upon his influences, the production and what happens next.

Thursday
Apr262012

REVIEWS / CAFE DE FLORE

A love story spanning six people, two continents and four decades provides sadness and wonder.

Tuesday
Apr242012

REVIEWS / BATTLESHIP

Popcorn entertainment scales new heights in Peter Berg's daft but delirious toy-to-movie spectacle.

Sunday
Apr222012

REVIEWS / REYKJAVIK WHALE WATCHING MASSACRE

In a bold move, organisers of the 2012 Sydney Writers Festival program a film they promote as "worst film in the history of Icelandic cinema."

Sunday
Apr222012

REVIEWS / THE AVENGERS

Joss Whedon unites the might of the Marvel universe in a fight to save mankind.

Sunday
Apr222012

HORROR / HERZOG'S SHORT FEATURE A TALL, TWISTED TALE

Thirty-five years since it premiered, the German auteur's most challenging work continues to cause debate.

Sunday
Apr222012

BLOG / WANTED: COLLECTIVE NOUN FOR NERD

 

The Fantastic Planet Film Festival Trivia Competition and How to Win It.

Sunday
Apr222012

FEATURES / REBUILDING YOUR LIFE IN LEGO

A contemporary family drama offers rare insight into Australia's Indian community.

Sunday
Apr222012

BLOG / BULLETS, BROADS AND BELLYLAUGHS IN REMASTERED B-CLASSIC

 

Italo-western Comin' at Ya! was not forgotten by The Alamo Drafthouse, Austin's home of cult film oddities.

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