Hounds of Love

AACTA and the Australian Cinema Conundrum

AACTA and the Australian Cinema Conundrum

So, the 7th annual AACTA Awards ceremony came and went. The ceremony was spread out over two days, with a delayed screening running on Channel 7, followed by a repeat screening to be run on Foxtel at a later date. For those following the game, they would have been well aware of the fact that Australian cinemas night of nights was occurring. However, for the general public, this particular awards c...[Read More]

Nominees Announced For The 7th AACTA Awards

Nominees Announced For The 7th AACTA Awards

It’s that time of year again, the 7th annual AACTA award nominations have been announced. As per usual, it’s a pretty exciting lineup of announcements. Taking the lead with 12 nominations is Garth Davis’ feature debut Lion. A record 17 feature films have been nominated this year, which is great to see. Lion goes up against Ali’s Wedding, Berlin Syndrome, Hounds of Love and ...[Read More]

80 – Hounds of Love, Get Out, 20th Century Women, Colossal, Split

80 – Hounds of Love, Get Out, 20th Century Women, Colossal, Split

There are eighty of these review things? Well then, lets get onto it. We cover the old and the new on this episode as we live in Australia and universal release dates are a foreign language to us. First of all we discuss the new West Australian made thriller, Hounds of Love. Then we go back to early 2017 America with Jordan Peele’s horror, Get Out. Then we go further back and get all ‘...[Read More]

Hounds of Love to Debut at Venice Film Festival

Hounds of Love to Debut at Venice Film Festival

In what is some truly great news, the locally made Hounds of Love is set to debut at the next Venice Film Festival’s side festival, Venice Days. Directed by Perth guy, Ben Young, this is a film which stars the great talent of Stephen Curry, Emma Booth and Susie Porter and focuses on teenager Vicki Maloney (Ashleigh Cummings) as she is randomly abducted in a suburban street by a very disturbe...[Read More]