Watch The U.S. Trailer For Richard Ayoade's THE DOUBLE

There is still some time before Richard Ayoade's sophomore feature film effort The Double hits cinemas and iTunes/OnDemand on May 9th. What it is time for is another trailer for Ayoade's dystopic comedy starring Jesse Eisenberg and Mia Wasikowska. Simon is... More »

The Weekly Win: Rock Doc A BAND CALLED DEATH + T-shirt pack! [Competition: AUSTRALIA Only, DVD]

The first African American punk band? You better believe it, and their story is as intriguing and engaging as you would expect.Here is our review of the film.Here's the synopsis:Before the Sex Pistols or even the Ramones, there was a... More »

Watch The Full UK Trailer For Richard Ayoade's THE DOUBLE

We are unabashed fans of UK writer-director-performer Richard Ayoade in these parts, having been won over by his comic performances in Garth Marenghi's Dark Place, The IT Crowd and others back in the days before he shifted his focus to... More »
By Todd Brown   

Australian Trailer For THESE FINAL HOURS Hits Hard

Oh boy I have goosebumps after watching this trailer, and I have already seen (and reviewed) the movie!The epic crescendo of post-Zimmer music, the flashy editing, the emotions! Luckily none of this detracts from the actual content of the film... More »

Review: CUBAN FURY Is Less Than The Sum Of Its Parts

Romantic comedies have hit a bit of a slump in recent years, at least ones from big Hollywood and UK studios. The same patterns, cliched images, characters, and formulas have become predictable and dull. And in many ways, Cuban Fury doesn't... More »

Make My Horror Movie: DEATHGASM Wins Through The Power Of Metal

After whittling down over four hundred entrants to just twelve a winner has been chosen for this year's Make My Horror Movie competition down in New Zealand. The splatter horror/black comedy Deathgasm, a film about "two heavy metal-thrashing losers who... More »

Darren Wants To Borrow Damo's Lighter.

Australian animator Michael Cusack delivers a charming (not really) slice of life in his new animated short film Train Station, in which he demonstrates that the people who loiter about train stations are pretty much the same all the world... More »
By Todd Brown   

Rotterdam 2014: What The Audience Liked Best

(Forget the snobby arthouse critics... see what the PAYING people thought!) Last week saw the end of the 2014 edition of the International Film Festival Rotterdam. Prizes were awarded, parties given... and the final audience ratings were added to the... More »
By Ard Vijn   

Learning From The Masters Of Cinema: William A. Wellman's WINGS

Dubbed the last great silent film, William A. Wellman's 1927 action-packed epic is a simple story of friendship, love and rivalry set against the colossal backdrop of the First World War. Featuring some of the most incredible aerial battles ever... More »

Raven Banner Sells Zombie Flick THE BATTERY To US, UK, Germany, France, Oz, And New Zealand

Raven Banner is handling international sales of Jeremy Garner's festival hit The Battery. And leading up to the European Film Market in Berlin they have just announced that film has been picked up by Shout! Factory in the U.S. Elsewhere in the... More »

Review: A FIELD IN ENGLAND, A Terrifying Headtrip Into The British Countryside

Bold, beautiful and utterly bonkers, Ben Wheatley's A Field in England is a mind-bending monochrome masterpiece likely to alienate as many as it seduces with its surreal visuals and delightfully deranged performances. As a fan of director Ben Wheatley since... More »

Tom Hiddleston Takes The Lead In Ben Wheatley's HIGH RISE

Oh, now here's some very interesting news ...Kill List and Sightseers director Ben Wheatley confirmed late in 2013 hat he would be directing an adaptation of JG Ballard's dystopian novel High Rise for producer Jeremy Thomas which, in itself, was... More »
By Todd Brown   

SXSW 2014: Watch THE INFINITE MAN Trailer, Aussie Time Travel Rom-Com

The Australian time travel rom-com The Infinite Man will have its World Premiere at SXSW next month in Austin, Texas. It marks the feature film debut of Hugh Sullivan, who also wrote the flick. The film was produced by Kate Croser,... More »

Australian Anime Distributor Hanabee Launching In-house Encoding And Authoring Services

Hanabee, Australia's youngest anime and pop-culture distributor, has just announced that it will be launching its own in-house authoring and encoding service. Carl Ardron, who has 12 years' experience in the compression and authoring field has joined the company as... More »
By Hugo Ozman   

Rotterdam 2014: It's Awards Time!

This weekend saw the end of the 2014 edition of the International Film Festival Rotterdam, and we can make a tally of all the awards. First and foremost among these are the Hivos Tiger Awards, given to directors only for... More »
By Ard Vijn   

New To Netflix: Sweet, Sweet Trash!

This weeks entry of New To Netflix is not here to nourish your brain, fulfil your soul or stir deep undiscovered emotions. Here we encourage you to grab nachos, popcorn topped with flavoured oil product, and perhaps some cheap... More »

Nick Frost And Chris O'Dowd Face Off In Second CUBAN FURY Trailer

Nick Frost and Chris O'Dowd will face off on UK dance floors with the February 14th release of salsa themed romantic comedy Cuban Fury. Yes, Frost dances. More than that, he's trained to do so by a badass former champion... More »
By Todd Brown   

NASHVILLE, IF...., HAROLD & MAUDE Head Masters Of Cinema Q2 Slate

Another raft of quality classics have just been announced as joining Eureka Entertainment's Masters of Cinema series. Lindsay Anderson's brilliant If...., Robert Altman's Nashville, Billy Wilder's Ace In The Hole and Hal Ashby's Harold & Maude will be released between... More »

UNDER THE SKIN Red Band Trailer Will Do Just That

Like the previous clips and teasers, the latest bit of image for Jonathan Glazer's film adap of the Michel Faber book is short and strange, only this time its got a barrage of pull quotes from critics. And according to... More »

Raven Banner Will Adapt Clive Barker's JACQUELINE ESS To Screen

Clive Barker's short story Jacqueline Ess: Her Will and Testament joins the growing list of film adpatations from Barker's anthology novels The Books of Blood. Previous film adaptations include Rawhead Rex, Candyman, Lord of Illusions, Quicksilver Highway, The Midnight Meat... More »
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