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REVIEW: Little Miss Sunshine

Two words aptly describe the Sydney premiere production of Little Miss Sunshine which is based on the 2006 smash hit film by the same name – absolutely delightful!! The story follows the journey of an extremely dysfunctional yet strangely inspirational family as they embark on a long road trip from New Mexico to California. The […]

Trevor Ashley – The Lyin’ Queen

What would transpire if the films The Lion King, Jurassic Park, and King Kong were all combined and pushed into one satirical show? A riotous adults-only romp starring iconic Sydney drag artist Trevor Ashley, which parodies everything from Australian politics to shows like I’m a Celebrity Get Me Out Of Here! “I play Gay Wray […]

Ford v Ferrari

Fasten your safety belts, apply your earplugs and get set for the ride of your life as Matt Damon and Christian Bale join forces in this biographical sports drama, where Ford and Ferrari fight for world supremacy in the 1966 Le Mans race in France. Ford v Ferrari details the efforts of American engineers led […]

Japanese Film Festival 2019

The 23rd Japanese Film Festival arrives in Sydney with a program of 29 feature films and one documentary which is certain to generate much interest amongst the discerning movie-going public. Japanese cinema has progressively gained more attention in recent years, especially since the Cannes award-winning film Shoplifters garnered global prominence. “Most of the western world […]

The Furies

Sometimes a film can be is so bad that it's good but unfortunately, The Furies is just appallingly awful! The synopsis is promising and would allure horror enthusiasts– Kayla and six other women are abducted and dumped in a forest and hunted by a group of masked men wielding axes and machetes. What transpires is […]

Little Monsters

Aussie filmmakers have always had a problem producing comedies that have audiences rolling down the aisles in fits of laughter – until now. Little Monsters tells of a washed-out musician who goes on a school excursion with a bunch of adorable six-year-olds (and a gorgeous teacher) to a farm overrun by zombies. What transpires is […]

Brittany Runs A Marathon

What initially appears to be a run of the mill ‘fat chick trying to lose weight’ dramedy with all the stereotyped cheesy ‘look at her she’s so fat!’ jokes and situations, is ultimately a well-conceived, inspiring and entertaining film. Jillian Bell plays the role of Brittany, an overweight 28-year-old lady with zero self-respect suffering from […]

British Film Festival

British filmmakers produce some of the best cinema in the world, evident from this year’s alluring selection of 20 films screening at the British Film Festival. The festival opens with Military Wives, a film that centres on a lady (Kristin Scott Thomas) who forms a women’s choir in a military base while their husbands are […]

Terminator: Dark Fate

The next chapter in the highly anticipated Terminator franchise is considered a direct sequel to the first two films and reunites Linda Hamilton and Arnold Schwarzenegger in starring roles after 28 years. Joining the reunion is creator James Cameron, credited as co-writer and co-producer, his first involvement since Terminator 2: Judgement Day in 1991. Fans […]

Fangoria x Monster Festival

Horror films have been frightening audiences since the silent film era. In 1915 the German silent film, The Golem was one of the first horror films to grace the silver screen. King Kong arrived in 1931 to cause havoc in New York City followed by Dracula, Frankenstein and The Mummy. The horror genre is still […]