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Film: Storm Boy

By Annie Junor. Seriously, the pelicans are actually quite good...
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A Star Is Born: Eighty Years of Triumph, Tears and Unforgettable Tunes
By Nick Angus. Four films made. Four stars born....
Robin Hood-In Review
Film: Robin Hood
By Jess Irvine. Naturally, you may be thinking, “Do we really need another Robin Hood film? Didn’t the story get butchered by Russel Crowe only recently?” and if this film is anything to go by then the answer is...
Film: Colette
By Nick Angus. A hidden gem in French biographical history, Colette emerges as a blissful and scandalous piece of cinema, detailed with finite and illustrious mise-en-scene and an alluring soundtrack...
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VR Film: 30 Minutes of Danger
By Maria Konidaris. You are Nassim, a teenaged boy, alone at home with a technician who reveals she has poisoned you. She demands you tell her where the ‘bloodstone’ is, in exchange for your life. The problem is, this is a case of mistaken identity. You only have 28 minutes. This immersive narrative experience lasts about 10 minutes
Film: Climax
By Annie Junior. Climax is, most aptly put, an assault to the senses of the viewer.
Film: Suspiria
So what possessed Luca Guadagnino to remake it in 2018?
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Fantastic Beasts 2: The Crimes of Grindelwald Review
By Nick Angus. Warner Bros’ new instalment includes an abundant amount of enchantment but it also struggles to untangle itself from a whomping willow of multiple storylines to provide necessary resolution...
Film: Ghost Stories
By Annie Junor. This British flick is not what it seems.
Film: Wildlife
By April Austen. Wildlife is both a coming-of-age story and a marriage-breakdown film. Set in the 1960s, the story follows 14 year old Joe played by Ed Oxenbould (Puberty Blues) and his parents, Jerry (Jake Gyllenhaal) and Jeanette (Carey Mulligan).
Film: Beautiful Boy
Directed by Felix Van Groeningen, Beautiful Boy is a biographical film based off of the memoirs created by father and son David and Nick Sheff; which details the drug addiction Nick has dealt with throughout his life. The film is a dark reality of how addiction can tear relationships apart as David (Steve Carell) does everything in his power to help Nick (Timothée Chalamet) overcome the addiction which is destroying his life.
Film: Book Week
A week synonymous with primary school parades and DIY costumes, enthusiastic parent, eager learning, papier-mâché and op-shop appropriations. This is the hell in which Heath Davis (Broke, Locusts) sets his semi-autobiographical dark comedy.
Film: I, Tonya
Seeing I, Tonya was an adventure, which for me began long before the film even started – I struggled to
Cult Film: Sonny Boy
“Sonny Boy’s my kid. I made him what he is. And he ain’t no painter.”
Cult Film: The Iron Rose
Film: Police Beat
Film: Kinski’s Paganini; consuming cinema in a broken world
Klaus Kinski was a crazy person. Sure, his Wikipedia page opens by stating that he was German actor known for his work with acclaimed director Werner Herzog, but, mostly, he was a maniac.
Film: Wim Wender’s America: Paris, Texas
“I knew these people…These two people. They were in love with each other. The girl was very young, about 17 or 18, I guess. And the guy was quite a bit older. He was kind of raggedy and wild. And she was beautiful, you know. And together they turned everything into a kind of adventure.”
Film: Robert Altman’s Short Cuts – A Long, Good Thing
A decade ago this week, American director, screenwriter and producer, Robert Altman, died at the age of 81.
Film: Scream – Self-referential as hell
When I first saw that Scream was playing at the cinema again (one night only!), I had two thoughts;
Film: American Horror- the Church of Satan and Rosemary’s Baby
Fifty years ago, in 1966, ex-carny, cocktail bar organist and noted fabulist, Anton Szandor LaVey, ran away from the circus to found the Church of Satan.
Film: Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets, a Nostalgic Past You Shouldn’t Revisit Too Often
​“The Chamber of Secrets has been opened. Enemies of the heir, beware.”
Film: Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone Still Sends Chills Down our Spines
Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone stars Daniel Radcliffe, Emma Watson, Rupert Grint and is directed by Christopher Columbus.
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Film: Jason Bourne
By Jeremy Costa. Bourne is back, and with the actor/director duo that brought the series to great heights in the 2000s.
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Film: Batman: The Killing Joke
By Oliver Clark. “Batman: The Killing Joke” will leave you with a smile.
Before “So Fetch” And “As If”, There Was “How Very”. Heathers And The 80’s ‘It’ Girl.
Heathers, the 1989 cult classic film, recently gained attention due to the off-broadway musical of the same name recently adapted by an Australian production.
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Film: Swiss Army Man
Swiss Army Man is a strange movie. There is no beating around the bush here. You just have to hear the premise of the film to understand why I’ve made that statement.
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Film: Green Room
Green Room, the new film from writer and director Jeremy Saulnier, is a great movie that anyone who doesn’t have to cover their eyes when there’s blood on the screen would enjoy.
How to Be Single
Film: How to Be Single
By Jessica Irvine. If you’ve ever seen a Rebel Wilson film, then there is a high chance you will experiment a serious case of déjà vu whilst watching How to Be Single.
Film: Rams
By Georgie Davies. Rams follows two middle-aged Icelandic sheep herders, and while one would assume that the title refers to their flock, it instead refers to the two brothers butting heads that are the central characters of this film.
Events: 2018 Academy Awards
Much like Mariah Carey at Christmas time, as the Oscar season approaches, I too grow stronger with anticipation of my
Film: Slack Bay/ Ma Loute
Director Bruno Dumont’s Slack Bay is a bizarro dark comedy about the disappearances of local tourists in picturesque northern France.


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