To say TT Games’ ever-expanding stable of Lego-branded video games has been successful is to undersell just how wildly popular their games have been and continue to be. Their stubborn inclusion of couch co-op coupled with clever leveraging of beloved film properties have created a new kind of movie tie-in game. Lego Jurassic World continues this trend, roping in content from all four Jurassic Park movies with a few new gameplay mechanics to fit.... Continue Reading
From July 24 to 26, the inaugural Queensland Film Festival will present Brisbane with a stimulating series of movie masterpieces and thoughtful discussion panels. The festival will take place across three Brisbane venues: New Farm Cinemas, the Institute of Modern Art, and the University of Queensland Art Museum. This past week, the entire program was revealed.
Directed by Ken Kwapis and starring the incomparable Robert Redford, Nick Nolte and Emma Thompson, last week the Australian trailer and poster for A Walk in the Woods were released. The film is a comedy based on the book of the same name by travel writer Bill Bryson.
For the first time in its history, the iconic face that welcomes guests into Sydney’s historic Luna Park was lit up by projections over the weekend, promoting the upcoming release of Terminator Genisys. The projections were created by renowned projection designer Peter Milne from The Electric Canvas.
The final update to Capcom’s wildly popular fighter, Ultra Street Fighter IV, has arrived on PlayStation 4 bringing with it every last scrap of content from previous iterations. Sony claims that this is the definitive version of the Street Fighter IV experience. It isn’t, but neither is it the complete catastrophe die-hard fans have been making out to be.
Batman: Arkham Knight developer Rocksteady Studios has taken control of the problematic PC version of their latest release. The game’s first patch arrived over the weekend but, according to the studio themselves, their work is far from over.
In what is promised to be the sixth and final instalment of the Paranormal Activity series, The Ghost Dimension is due out in cinemas on October 22nd and this week Paramount have revealed the first trailer and images from the set. As with many of the past films, they look intent to scare plenty of child actors along the way (namely 6-year old Leila, played by Ivy George).
The first trailer the for the upcoming crime drama Sicario (which means “Hitman” in Mexico), has been released.
President Barack Obama interviews Sir David Attenborough at the White House in an extraordinary program, which will screen as a special Foreign Correspondent on Tuesday June 30 at 8pm on ABC.