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Saturday
May192012

BLOG / THE WORST 20 OF CINEMA'S BEST (PART 2)

We conclude our contentious list of the worst films from the world's best directors. (Click pic)

Saturday
May192012

INDUSTRY / THE HISTORY OF LGBT CINEMA IN AUSTRALIA (PART 1)

The first of our two-part series on the potrayal and impact of the gay, lesbian, bi-sexual and trans-gender community on our film history and culture. (Click pic)

Saturday
May192012

REVIEW / MEN IN BLACK 3

The MIB team travel back to the swinging 60s and rejuvenate the alien-comedy genre they epitomise with some cool flower power. (Click pic)

Thursday
May172012

REVIEW / THE WOMAN IN BLACK

Daniel Radcliffe matures into a strong leading man role with James Watkins supremely creepy haunted house tale. (Click pic)

Wednesday
May162012

REVIEW / THE DICTATOR

A monumental misfire from a once-favoured funnyman is Hollywood comedy at its worst. (Click pic)

Monday
May142012

BLOG / THE WORST 20 OF CINEMA'S BEST (PART 1)

They may be international cinema's greatest craftsmen, but everyone has a skeleton in their film closet. We kick off our two-part series with the most miserable efforts of Scorsese, Godard, Cronenberg, et al. (Click pic)

Thursday
May102012

REVIEWS / DARK SHADOWS

Burton and Depp team up for the eighth time and deliver a delightful return to dark fantasy form. (Click pic)

Wednesday
May092012

FEATURES / 59TH SYDNEY FILM FESTIVAL PROGRAM ANNOUNCED

Sundance winner Beasts of the Southern Wild is one of 12 Official Competition titles, as a new Festival director peppers his first SFF with Asian and African influences. (Click pic)

Tuesday
May082012

HORROR / OBITUARY: JAMES ISAAC

One of the genre's most talented creatives, Jason X director James Isaac, dies at 51. (Click pic)

Monday
May072012

REVIEWS / THE CORRIDOR (FANTASPOA 2012)

Snow-bound cabins, woodland energy fields and five fired-up friends collide in a new Canadian thriller.

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.