Aaron Pedersen

Killing Ground Writer/Director Damien Power Interview – The Last New Wave

Killing Ground Writer/Director Damien Power Interview – The Last New Wave

Andrew is joined by Killing Ground writer/director Damien Power to discuss his debut film. Starring Harriet Dyer and Aaron Pedersen, Killing Ground is a truly terrifying film that will no doubt have horror film fans getting behind it. Read Andrew’s review of Killing Ground here Support us on Patreon here Become a Patron! Head over to Ozflix to watch great Australian films. Follow The Last Ne...[Read More]

Killing Ground – 2017 – Damien Power – The Last New Wave

Killing Ground – 2017 – Damien Power – The Last New Wave

Director Damien Power brings his directorial debut, Killing Ground, screaming to the screens. Starring Aaron Pedersen and Aaron Glenane as killers out to make some unlucky campers wish they didn’t head to the bush to celebrate Christmas and New Years. On this episode, Andrew and Bernadette discuss the film and question what is torture porn? Read Andrew’s review here Support us on Patre...[Read More]

Killing Ground Review

Killing Ground Review

If you happen to read various film blogs, you’ll no doubt have heard the term ‘post horror’ being bandied about. It’s a term that is a veritable conundrum – sitting alongside the mid-2000’s created phrases ‘gorno’ or ‘torture porn’. The truth is, ‘post horror’ is a load of bunkum. Just like the ‘torture porn’ tag, it’s intended to try and pigeon hole variations of horror under one banner. By slapp...[Read More]

63 – Embrace, Goldstone, Swiss Army Man, Nuts!, Janis: Little Girl Blue

63 – Embrace, Goldstone, Swiss Army Man, Nuts!, Janis: Little Girl Blue

Explicit Content We do our best to avoid Suicide Squad this week by supporting independant cinema in the best way possible. We look at Taryn Brumfitt’s documentary about body image – Embrace. Sticking in Australia, we look at Ivan Sen’s latest Detective Jay Swan story Goldstone. Swerving back into Revelation Film Festival territory, we look at ‘that farting corpse’ fi...[Read More]

Goldstone Trailer

Goldstone Trailer

  It’s always nice to arrive at the cinema and watch a trailer for a film you had no idea existed. That’s what happened today when going to see Green Room. Sitting in the dark theatre we were presented with the trailer for Ivan Sen’s latest film Goldstone. For those unfamiliar with Sen’s work, he exploded onto the Australian movie scene with Beneath Clouds and Toomelah...[Read More]