4.0

Review – Wonder

Wonder is a lovely hart-warming coming of age film; so don't let Julia Roberts' appearance be a reason to not see it. It's an intricate story that on one hand weaves in and out of growing up, then on the other ... Read More...
3.8

Review – Justice League

If you haven’t been into the latest films from DC Comics, that’s fine they’ve not been the best superhero films to ever grace the screen big or small. However, this is actually one of the better ones if you don... Read More...
1.3

Review – Suburbicon

George Clooney takes to directing his latest venture combining two interesting films with two different story lines all in one. Suburbicon is the story about the fight for racial segregation and another story... Read More...

Review : American Assassin

American Assassin had all the great potential of a book-to-film adaptation, but completely missed its mark. While this feels like it's a case of the book is better than the film, American Assassin is still a go... Read More...

Review – Atypical

It’s always awkward when you laugh at someone’s disability, even when it’s innocent and there’s just no holding back. Atypical helps break down the stigma that surrounds the Autism Spectrum with a wonderful hum... Read More...

Interview : Jungle

An interview with Director Greg McLean about the making of the film Jungle. There are two things Director Greg McLean is really good at. First is creating the character Mick from Wolf Creek. The second is bein... Read More...
4.5

Review – IT

There is a revival in horror films at the moment, but like any good film out in the last 5 years, they are mostly remakes or reboots. IT is jumping in on both the rise of the horror film and the rise of the rem... Read More...

MIFF Review – Jungle

For anyone who loves adventure, loves the outdoors or loves a true story film, Jungle is for you. Headlining this years Melbourne International Film Festival Jungle takes you on a journey through the jungles of... Read More...

Review – Annabelle Creation

Back in 2014 the scary film, The Conjuring, introduced Annabelle as the possessed doll that tortured Judy, the daughter of Ed and Lorraine Warren. A year later Annabelle is starring in her own film, which you’d... Read More...