Ten Canoes
June 29th, 2006

And apart from the matter of keeping indigenous culture and languages alive while there are still people who remember them, what better fount of storytelling do we have from which to pluck a million tales of heroism, thrills, romance and terror as the Dreamtime?

Leigh Whannell talks The Invisible Man
April 6th, 2020

I just want to see what the world thinks of it, I’m kind of holding my breath right now waiting for that reaction and then I’ll probably go sit on a beach for a while and decompress.


King Kong
December 15th, 2005

Welcome to the age of the fan director, when films are jammed with references to other films the director holds dear, the films that inspired him or her to get into the movies in the first place.

The Dark Knight Rises
December 20th, 2011

The clip introduces villain Bane (Tom Hardy) in a daring mid-air plane heist that’s more James Bond than Batman. Gone are the dark colours and sombre tones, and only the masked villain reminded the crowd they were watching a comic book film.


Cut On Location
November 1st, 2004

Movies are magic because they take us somewhere. They transport us to every corner of the earth — even places that don’t exist. Everybody knows the art of cinema or TV is to maintain the illusion we’re actually there even though we know there’s an army of cameras, lights, technicians, the continuity girl, the catering […]

Anacondas: Hunt for the Blood Orchid
October 7th, 2004

Realising how awful Showgirls was, the distributor started screening it at midnight screenings alongside other schlock classics like The Rocky Horror Picture Show and Plan 9 from Outer Space.






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