4.2

Review – Crossing Souls (PS4)

The basic premise of Crossing Souls is very familiar: It's the 1980's and a group of five kids in a small US town find themselves involved with the supernatural and pursued by a shady organisation. Yes, it does... Read More...
4.5

Review – The Cloverfield Paradox

Yesterday was a great day for movie fans everywhere, particularly fans of the Cloverfield film series (as I am undoubtedly am) and of J.J. Abrams and everything he touches that seems to turn to gold. It was lun... Read More...

Review – The Disaster Artist

From the moment James Franco’s Tommy Wiseau enters the plot of “The Disaster Artist”, be prepared for hilarity to ensue. The Disaster Artist, coming to all Australian cinemas on December 3rd and select cinemas ... 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...
1.8

Review – Home Again

When would you ever let a stranger stay in your home? Two of them? Three of them? It would just never happen, especially when you’re a single mother of two young daughters. In possibly one the most far-fetched ... Read More...

The New Mutants

Marvel has become renowned for its colourful films, hilarious banter, and muscular men in small buggies. And although we’ve traded buggies for taxis in Deadpool, it was Logan from 20th Century Fox that allowed ... Read More...

Review : Girls Trip

Is there anything more fabulous than a woman who is unapologetically herself? Yes, there is…four fabulous women.  And there is nothing and no one that fits this description quite like the Flossy Posse. Wh... Read More...
5.0

Review : American Made

I don’t think Barry Seal (Tom Cruise) ever thought finding a way to stash all his bags of money would ever be a problem, but such is life when Pablo Escobar is paying your wages. Set in the 70s and 80s, Amer... Read More...

MIFF Review – The Butterfly Tree

Once in a while a new player enters the battlefield of independent films everywhere and is a force to be reckoned with. Priscilla Cameron is exactly this person with her debut feature film, The Butterfly Tree. ... Read More...