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White-Of-The-Eye

White Of The Eye

Edinburgh-born Donald Cammell is perhaps best known for writing and co-directing the cult movie Performance, before taking his own life in 1996. Read more...


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That-Sinking-Feeling

That Sinking Feeling

The action of this film takes place in a fictitious town called GLASGOW. Any resemblance to any real town called GLASGOW is purely coincidental. Read more...

The-Comedy-Man

The Comedy Man

Kenneth More is Chick Byrd, a rep actor on the verge of breakthrough success but fired from the play thanks to his affair with the producer’s wife. He even announces this Read more...

Hustlers

Hustlers

This pitch-black, demented action comedy, focused around a day’s trading in a pawn shop in the Deep South, is the Marmite of the movie world: you either love it or hate it! Read more...


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Pit-Stop

Pit Stop

Pit Stop is one of director Jack Hill’s (The Big Bird Cage, Foxy Brown, Spider Baby) less known films, but undoubtedly it has to count as one of his best. Read more...

Chef

Chef

Chef, written and directed by Jon Favreau, is a mouthwatering comedy about food, family and social media. It is a roadtrip, a journey through a man's desire to become a better father and a better, more independant chef. Read more...

Drake-Of-England

Drake Of England

Canadian-born stage actor and playwright Matheson Lang was one of the 20th centuries greatest Shakespearian players, so it is only befitting that he should end up Read more...

Blind-Womans-Curse

Blind Womans Curse

Imagine a Japanese take on any of Alejandro Jodorowsky's movies, and Blind Woman’s Curse wouldn’t be too far off the mark. This wondrously strange film from 1970 combines yakuza gang flick Read more...

Mr-Selfridge---Series-2

Mr Selfridge - Series 2

Jeremy Piven aka Mr. Selfridge is back for a ripping Series 2. This time round, he is in for a bit of a tough time. The First World War is looming, patriotic male staff at the department store Read more...

Orca-the-Killer-Whale

Orca the Killer Whale

This complex allegory of man’s destructive impact on the natural world is more than just a “man versus beast” cult classic – unlike in Jaws, here it is man who acts the beast. Above all the drama, the movie boasts some amazing scenes of orcas in their natural habitat. Read more...

Shake-Rattle-n-Roll

Shake Rattle 'n' Roll

April 11 marked the opening night of the returning (by popular demand) Shake Rattle ‘n’ Roll to Melbourne's Her Majesty's Theatre, and went off with a bang as audience Read more...

The-Two-Faces-of-January

The Two Faces of January

Hossein Amini’s directorial debut shows great potential as a classy, stylish thriller, but unfortunately falls flat with a lack of character development and an unsatisfactory finale. Well, at least the scenery is lovely. Read more...

He-Who-Dares

He Who Dares

Billed by distributor Studiocanal as “The Raid meets Die Hard”, this British indie’s low budget may make those claims slightly more aspirational than realistic Read more...

Dirty-Rotten-Scoundrels-Musical

Dirty Rotten Scoundrels Musical

When a classic comedy such as Dirty Rotten Scoundrels gets a theatrical makeover, the film-lovers alarm bell start to ring. In an overcrowded Read more...

The-Quiet-Ones

The Quiet Ones

The plot promises potential and the cast deliver the stale dialogue with panache — but this film fails to elevate itself from a crowd of clichéd “Based on a True Story” horror. Read more...

Rio-2

Rio 2

Set in the jungle, Rio 2 takes Blu where he belongs but has never set foot: the Amazonian forest. Joined by his family, Jewel and their three bouncing children, he decides to go find their roots and unveil a whole flock of other blue parrots. Read more...

Klown;-The-Movie

Klown; The Movie

The Scandinavians especially the Danes are well known for dark crime thrillers. Last year with Love is all you need they produced one of the best romantic comedies of 2013 and now available Read more...

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Cape-Forlorn

Cape Forlorn

This, the uncut version of Cape Forlorn, was banned in Australia upon its original release apparently due to its amoral storyline. Read more...

The-House-In-The-Woods

The House In The Woods

The main plot of this minimalist psychological thriller from 1957 is acted out in a remote house in the woods – just as the title suggests. With only three main protagonists playing out Read more...

The-Machine

The Machine

With an impoverished world plunged into a Cold War with a new enemy, Britain's Ministry of Defence is on the brink of developing a game-changing weapon. Lead scientist Vincent McCarthy Read more...

Shake-Rattle-and-Roll---Interview-with-Adam-Bahoudian

Shake Rattle & Roll - Interview with Adam Bahoudian

Due to overwhelming demand Shake Rattle ‘n’ Roll will be returning to the Her Majesty’s Theatre in Melbourne on Friday 11th April. The unique show is a dazzling rock n roll experience Read more...

Sons-of-Anarchy---Australian-QandA-Cast-Tour

Sons of Anarchy - Australian Q&A Cast Tour

Australian Sons of Anarchy fans have the rare opportunity to get up close and personal with three of the show's biggest names. An Evening of Mayhem: The Cast of Sons of Anarchy Read more...

Cat-Girl

Cat Girl

Cat Girl from 1957 was the first horror film role for Barbara Shelley, the film being a loose remake of Jacques Tourneur’s 1942 classic Cat People. Read more...

The-Lady-From-The-Sea

The Lady From The Sea

This melodrama from 1929 was initially released as a silent movie, with sound being added at a later stage. The film provided an early acting opportunity for Welsh-born Raymond Milland Read more...

Austin-Mahone

Austin Mahone

At just 17 years old, singer/songwriter Austin Mahone is poised for stardom. Already making his mark on the scene, Mahone Read more...

The-Stag

The Stag

More than a film about celebrating the last single night of a groom-to-be, The Stag is a surprising comedy about what you can learn from the others and how there are many ways to live your masculinity. Read more...

A-Nightmare-on-Elm-Street-II:-Freddys-Revenge

A Nightmare on Elm Street II: Freddy's Revenge

Shown at the BFI for the London LGBT Film Festival, the second opus of Freddy Krueger’s bloody and revengeful killing spree turns into another film, with a whole new level to it. Read more...

Family-Reunion

Family Reunion

Family Reunion, directed by David kitchen, is a powerful short film about a family whose world is turned upside down by a dark secret. Though it is only ten minutes long, Family Reunion Read more...

Rush

Rush

"Men love women, but even more than that, men love cars." From acclaimed director Ron Howard comes the adrenaline fuelled, ‘Rush’, a film that tells the story of the 1976 Read more...

Drunk-On-Love

Drunk On Love

Drunk on Love is an Indie British film, a crossbreed between Love Actually and The Inbetweeners; it is about love and how going on a pub crawl with your best mates can make any situation better and clearer. Read more...



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