Day: March 9, 2016

Win a double pass to the Horror Movie Campout festival

March 9, 2016

Horror Movie Campout is Australia’s first horror movie festival and possibly the scariest event to ever hit Sydney.... Continue Reading

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Film Review: Grimsby (MA15+) (UK/USA, 2016)

March 9, 2016

Offensive. Repulsive. Shocking. Unapologetic. These words are always associated with a film starring Sasha Baron Cohen as the lead. Films such as Borat, Bruno and The Dictator have brought levels of laughter due shock and wit, and with his latest film, Grimsby, it is no exception. If you hated any of those movies, punch out now. After having dealt with themes of xenophobia, homophobia and dictatorships, Grimsby deals with social class, but like Cohen’s previous films, don’t expect any subtlety whatsoever.... Continue Reading

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Teaser trailer released for Stan’s upcoming Wolf Creek TV series

March 9, 2016

The six-part series, based on the Wolf Creek films, received a new teaser trailer today, giving us a first look at the series’ female lead.
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Celebrating the street culture of Brooklyn with Golden Age Cinema

March 9, 2016

The Golden Age Cinema and Bar will be celebrating St. Patrick’s Day this March with the screening of Oscar nominated film Brooklyn and then following through the week with a selection of essential Brooklyn-based films.... Continue Reading

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J. K. Rowling brings the world of wizardry to North America in new four-part series

March 9, 2016

The snowball of new Potter related content continues through 2016 with the beginning of a four part, History of Magic in North America ‘textbook’.... Continue Reading

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Blu Ray Review: Fear the Walking Dead Season 1 (USA, 2015)

March 9, 2016

As we look towards the second season of Fear the Walking Dead – which is shaping up to be fantastic – there’s now that chance to re-watch it’s predecessor with the home release of the first season. What started as a spin-off to AMC’s mega successful The Walking Dead turned into a show that could completely stand on it’s own, a feat accomplished in just six episodes – much like the first season of The Walking Dead – which is impressive, despite some major flaws in both character and narrative, muddled with a pacing that was strange at the best of times.... Continue Reading

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Final pair of teasers and poster released for 10 Cloverfield Lane

March 9, 2016

J.J. Abrams‘ latest mystery box, 10 Cloverfield Lane,  will release this week and on the eve of this release, Bad Robot have let loose a final cryptic poster for the film, along with two more teasers.... Continue Reading

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TV Review: Better Call Saul , Season 2, Episodes 2-4 (USA, 2016)

March 9, 2016

Better Call Saul is unique among the cable-drama landscape in that it doesn’t go for the big dramatic stakes. When it comes to Vince Gilligan‘s follow-up/prequel to Breaking Bad, the smaller and more personal the stakes, the better.... Continue Reading

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Season 6 of Game of Thrones is looking grim in all the right ways

March 9, 2016

After a number of behind-the-scenes stills and a teaser or two, the full trailer for the upcoming sixth season of HBO’s Game of Thrones is here.... Continue Reading

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SXSW 2016: Telltale Games to detail upcoming Batman series at SXSW Gaming

March 9, 2016

In an announcement overnight, Telltale Games have stated that they will unveil the first concrete details of their upcoming Batman game series at SXSW Gaming this year.

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