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89 – Sweet Country, The Disaster Artist, Logan Lucky, Atomic Blonde, The Mountain Between Us

89 – Sweet Country, The Disaster Artist, Logan Lucky, Atomic Blonde, The Mountain Between Us

In what could be our final episode for 2017 – that is, if we’re not lazy enough after Christmas to do some wrap up episodes – we launch into some newer films, some older films, and a yet to be released one as well. We kick off with Warwick Thornton’s return to cinema with the exceptional Sweet Country. With The Disaster Artist, we look at the dedication and care that goes i...[Read More]

Warwick Thornton’s Sweet Country Arrives With Its First Trailer

Warwick Thornton’s Sweet Country Arrives With Its First Trailer

Director Warwick Thornton has been quiet for a few years, but it appears that he’s determined to take 2017 for himself. His documentary We Don’t Need a Map landed at the Sydney Film Festival, and his new film, Sweet Country, arrived at the Venice Film Festival, gaining stellar reviews. For those who weren’t lucky enough to be at the Venice Film Festival, fear not – Sweet Co...[Read More]

58 – Hunt for the Wilderpeople, Green Room, The First Monday in May, How to Be Single, Grimsby

58 – Hunt for the Wilderpeople, Green Room, The First Monday in May, How to Be Single, Grimsby

Explicit Content An exciting week this week as we discuss what could be one of the best films of the year – Taika Waititi’s Hunt for the Wilderpeople. Spoiler alert – it’s a great film and you need to watch it as soon as you possibly can. Next up is Jeremy Saulnier’s horror-esque film Green Room. From those two films we go a bit different with the clothing/museum docu...[Read More]

Death in Brunswick

Death in Brunswick

For a long while now, Australian comedies have been regularly considered our weakest of film genres. Sure, everybody loves The Castle, a couple of lines from Crocodile Dundee are oft-quoted and Muriel’s Wedding is regularly misremembered as being a laugh a minute film, but surely we’ve got more than just a small handful of funny films? Well, it’s about time that the uproariously funny and enjoyabl...[Read More]