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Angel Of Mine

Audiences who enjoy unsettling psychological thrillers will be at the edge of their seats throughout this well-crafted, sinister and suspenseful Aussie flick which boasts a prominent cast of fine actors. When Lizzie sees a young girl at a birthday party she believes it’s her daughter who presumably perished in a hospital fire many years earlier. […]

DANGER CLOSE: THE BATTLE OF LONG TAN

Set in Vietnam in 1966, this ambitious Australian war film examines the events leading up to 108 Australian and New Zealand soldiers triumphantly battling over 2000 North Vietnamese in a muddy rubber plantation called Long Tan. Based on true events, the soldiers were mainly conscripts aged around 20, most of whom had never experienced combat. […]

THE NAKED CITY – KITCHEN COP KILLER!

With Coffin Ed. Channel Seven labelled it one of the TV events of the year. Well they do say that about all their new ‘franchise’ shows and Hell’s Kitchen on Sunday night was a classic piece of rehashed formula entertainment. Take a concept originally pioneered by the potty mouthed Gordon Ramsay, import yet another celebrity […]

WAITING FOR GODOT

Samuel Beckett’s absurdist comedy has arrived on the chameleon-like Sydney Theatre Company (STC) stage. Audiences expect high-calibre productions from this theatrical institution and even when casting stars like Hugo Weaving and Richard Roxburgh – two powerhouses of the Australian entertainment industry – raises the anticipation through the roof, Waiting for Godot delivers the goods. A […]