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It Snows In Benidorm is a joyful & chaotic ride

Not quite a thriller, not quite a comedy, It Snows In Benidorm echoes the predictable storyline of a Brit finding enlightenment through adventure abroad, but with a droll unfolding of events that makes it something altogether different. Peter Riordan (Timothy Spall) is a mid-level bank manager in Manchester who subsists on habit (one potato and one […]

Evil At The Door

Oh my! Just when you thought you’d seen the worst movie ever along comes the indie home invasion drama Evil At My Door to highlight the fact that bad films just keep on keeping on! Reminiscent of the profitable The Purge franchise, this film is set on the fictional 'Annual Night Of The Locusts', where […]

Come True

Dreams and nightmares are always so frightening because of the inherent confusion and distortion of reality that accompanies them. Anthony Scott Burns' latest sci-fi thriller Come True takes those notions and places them on the silver screen. The film follows Sarah a troubled teen runaway who will go to great lengths to avoid returning home […]


Supernatural horror film Winchester is an Australian/American co-production directed by the Spierig Brothers, who wrote the screenplay alongside Tom Vaughn. The film stars Aussie Jason Clarke, with Helen Mirren and Sarah Snook. Filmed in Melbourne and inspired by the true events that followed, firearm heiress Sarah Winchester (Mirren) believes her mansion is haunted by souls […]

Den of Thieves

Taking on the classic American heist crime thriller story, Den of Thieves is an action-packed film sprinkled with satirical comedy. The film is co-written, produced and directed by Christian Gudegast starring Gerard Butler, O’Shea Jackson Jr, Pablo Schreiber, 50 Cent and Evan Jones to name a few. After the robbery of an empty armoured truck, Major […]

Get Out

Get Out is a rare thriller which follows Chris (Daniel Kaluuya), an African-American photographer from New York, as he travels with his white girlfriend Rose (Allison Williams) to her family home in order to meet her parents. Upon arriving at the Armitage’s home things almost immediately begin to feel slightly off. Get Out embraces social […]


Conceptually, Self/Less is a film that had the potential to explore some deep-seeded philosophical concepts, such as the interplay between the rich and poor, over-reliance on medicine, and finally what it means to be human. Sadly however, these ideas are quickly dashed as the film descends into generic shoot-em-up thriller fair. The film centres around […]