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CinefestOZ 2021 is now open for entries!

One of our favourite film festivals in Australia is now open for business! CinefestOZ film festival (25 – 29 August) is now accepting film submissions for the 2...

Michelle Monaghan join’s Aussie cast in Black Site

Michelle Monaghan who you may know from the Mission Impossible franchise has joined aussies Jason Clarke and Jai Courtney filming BLACK SITE in Queensland! This...

WA’s new proposed film studio

Overnight The West released the first information about Perth’s brand new movie studio that is going to be built in Fremantle, now before I go into this I...

The Red Band Trailer for MORTAL KOMBAT has arrived!

I think this time around they might have just got Mortal Kombat right… the original film although entertaining really didn’t get the fans overly exc...

Latest Interviews

Simon Baker & Jacob Junior Nayinggul – High Ground

HIGH GROUND opens in Australian cinemas on January 28th 2020.  It’s an absolutely incredible film that everyone should see.  Maybe it should even be shown...

Michael Caton – RAMS

We chat to Michael Caton who plays sheep farmer Les opposite Sam Neill (who plays his brother Colin). The film RAMS showcases the wonderful South West of Wester...

Gregor Jordan – Dirt Music

Dirt Music is opening in cinemas October 8th you can check out our review here and thanks to Universal we got go the chance to speak to director Gregor Jordan w...

Hugo Weaving – Hearts and Bones

Ben Lawrence’s feature film debut Hearts and Bones is about to hit VOD May 6th which stars Hugo Weaving who needs no real introduction. We were lucky enou...

Leigh Whannell – The Invisible Man

For the second time we chat to Leigh Whannell this time around its for the film THE INVISIBLE MAN starring Elisabeth Moss. You find out in the first minute of m...

Owen Trevor – Go

GO is the directorial feature film debut for Owen Trevor, but you would have definitely seen his work before on the UK series of Top Gear and he has also worked...

Latest Reviews

Bye Bye Morons Review

My friend – who is French, and so knows about these things – tells me a good French comedy needs two things: whimsy and depression. With a title lik...

Cosmic Sin Review

Bruce Willis in a sci-fi action film – words that ignited cautious excitement in the heart of someone whose favourite film is Luc Besson’s The Fifth Eleme...

Judas and the Black Messiah Review

Right from the start, JUDAS AND THE BLACK MESSIAH hits hard and fast. There’s dramatic speeches, bloody violence, deep friendship, and growing love. And t...

Boss Level Review

BOSS LEVEL is an action film that uses a time-loop plot mechanism and combines that with gaming tropes to create an actioner that gets better as it zips along. ...

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