Author: Jordan Curtis

OzAsia Film Review: Villainess (South Korea, 2017) brings video game violence to the big screen

September 20, 2017

Villainess doesn’t waste any time, giving the audience exactly what they came for; a full on, bloody action movie. And boy does it deliver exactly what it promises. The whole premise – a story about an assassin out for revenge – comes with big expectations of huge action sequences and lots of knives, and with a 10 minute opening scene dedicated to our assassin, Sook-hee (played by Ok-bin Kim), violently cutting through a building full of men while she’s on a warpath to find the person she holds responsible for the death of her father, there isn’t any doubt Villainess plans to deliver on every bit of violence that earned it an R18+ rating.... Continue Reading

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TV Review: Amazon gives The Tick a taste of the modern day Superhero

September 6, 2017

Attention Planet Earth: The Wild Blue Yonder has arrived; The front line in the seemingly endless list of franchises that fate and television executives have seen fit to revive. Amazon Prime subscribers, you face … The Tick!

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The Jurassic World sequel gets a name and a poster

June 24, 2017

With just a year now until the release of the latest Jurassic World movie, it has finally been named and given a new teaser poster.... Continue Reading

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Reese Witherspoon’s new romantic comedy Home Again gets a trailer

June 19, 2017

In Home Again, Reese Witherspoon stars as a recently divorced single mother whose life is complicated with the addition of three young men coming to live with her, just after her 40th Birthday. Witherspoon is joined by the likes of Nat Wolff and Michael Sheen for this romantic comedy, which hits US cinemas in September.... Continue Reading

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Comedy giants star in the trailer for Netflix’s new series Friends From College

June 15, 2017

Starring a cast of big comedy names like Keegan-Michael Key, Cobie Smulders, and Billy Eichner, Netflix‘s latest series Friends From College looks to be a fun fueled comedy with it’s fair share of drama.... Continue Reading

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Sydney Film Festival Review: The Farthest (Ireland, 2017) is a documentary of astronomical proportions

June 15, 2017

I don’t want to make a Star Trek joke – it’d be too obvious and you would only resent me for it – but as much as it pains me, I do need to say that space really is the final frontier. It’s always right there, just outside our atmosphere, and for decades we humans have been trying our best to learn anything and everything we can about it.... Continue Reading

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Interview: Commander Shepard herself, Jennifer Hale, talks voice acting in 2017 ahead of her appearance at Supanova

June 6, 2017

If you’ve ever wondered why Commander Shepard from the Mass Effect series sounds kind of like Miss Keane from Powerpuff Girls, it’s probably because they have someone in common: Jennifer Hale. With a career spanning her whole life, and lending her voice to almost 200 video games and countless cartoons, Jennifer is one of the busiest voice actors around.... Continue Reading

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Toni Collette and Harvey Keitel’s upcoming romantic comedy Madame gets a trailer

June 4, 2017

A wealthy couple move to Paris to add a little something to their dwindling marriage, as Toni Collette and Harvey Keitel star in this international romantic comedy.... Continue Reading

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See Idris Elba and Kate Winslet tackle the elements in the first trailer for The Mountain Between Us

June 2, 2017

Hollywood dynamos Kate Winslet and Idris Elba team up for what looks to be the coldest film of the year. ... Continue Reading

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