March 2009 Movies
March 1st, 2009

Two Fists One Heart has several unwitting nods to Rocky, and not just because it’s a boxing movie. Where the Italian Stallion is trying to be a champ, young Perth boy Anthony (Amalm) is trying to be a champ to his terminally angry and demanding boxing trainer dad (Fantastachini) and grow out of his long shadow at the same time.

One Hour Photo
January 30th, 2003

If someone had told us any time throughout the eighties and nineties that Robin Williams could be a psychotic killer (like he was in Insomnia), we’d laugh like you’d told us the dorky English guy from Remington Steele would make a decent James Bond.


Zombie Strippers
February 5th, 2009

You’d think an impressionist Romanian playwright is about as far as you could get from the most Cormanesque, unashamed B movie premise of recent times, but the Internet Movie Database would have us believe Zombie Strippers was inspired by Eugene Ionesco’s play about people turning into rhinoceros’.

Shifting Sands vs Power & Terror
September 1st, 2003

Whether you’re a left wing liberal or not, both these films are essential viewing as they’re part of a grave necessity nowadays — opposing voices to the accepted consensus (read; Western) of history.


Cradle 2 the Grave
October 1st, 2003

Though the movie wasn’t great, it could have been a great DVD about the stunts, fights and other behind-the-scenes material even without a commentary. Unfortunately, pickings are very slim.

Illustrated Family Doctor, The
March 3rd, 2005

What was it about Stenders that Johnson liked that isn’t ‘PR bullshit’? ‘I needed to be convinced that such a strange script could be transferred to film and he convinced me,’ Johnson says simply.






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