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The Endless Directors Justin Benson & Aaron Moorhead Interview

The Endless Directors Justin Benson & Aaron Moorhead Interview

Andrew caught up with directors Justin Benson & Aaron Moorhead to chat about their latest film, The Endless, which is in Australian cinemas right now. They also chat about the process of creating high concept sci-fi films on a low budget, and what goes into the creation of a genre flick like The Endless and Spring. Support us on Patreon: Become a Patron! Follow us on twitter at ABFilmReview, F...[Read More]

91 – Three Billboards outside Ebbing, Missouri, Toni Erdmann, The Lost City of Z, Gerald’s Game, The Devil’s Candy, The Ornothologist, Kingsman: The Golden Circle

91 – Three Billboards outside Ebbing, Missouri, Toni Erdmann, The Lost City of Z, Gerald’s Game, The Devil’s Candy, The Ornothologist, Kingsman: The Golden Circle

This episode brings us up to speed with some of the older films from 2017, as well as a major Oscar hopeful. We launch in to Martin McDonagh’s latest, Three Billboards outside Ebbing, Missouri and discuss the themes in depth before heading into a spoiler discussion of the film. Last years Oscar nominee, the epic German comedy, Toni Erdmann is stripped bare and given the extended exposure it ...[Read More]

47 Metres Down Review

47 Metres Down Review

On vacation in Mexico, Lisa (Mandy Moore) and Kate (Claire Holt) are convinced by some new friends to try cage diving to get a close look at some of the Great White Sharks that roam the ocean at their hotels doorstep. After disaster strikes their cage sinks to the depth of 47 meters and the pair must figure out how to survive, while the crew above must figure out how to rescue them. Mandy Moore (A...[Read More]

90 – Call Me By Your Name, The Florida Project, It, Ingrid Goes West, Star Wars: The Last Jedi

90 – Call Me By Your Name, The Florida Project, It, Ingrid Goes West, Star Wars: The Last Jedi

As the end of the year rolls around, the Oscar flicks start to fill our screens. We venture into that field in this episode with two Oscar hopefuls – Call Me By Your Name and The Florida Project. Then, we journey to earlier in the year with the uber-successful clown based horror flick It and the social media driven stress-fest that is Ingrid Goes West. Finally, we forgo a full length Star Wa...[Read More]

Umbrella Entertainment December 2017 Releases

Umbrella Entertainment December 2017 Releases

Another month, another bundle of essential Umbrella Entertainment releases. December’s line up is a pretty stellar one with some truly essential discs being released. What a way to wrap up the year. (We are not paid by Umbrella to push these releases at all, we simply love their work and feel that folks should be aware of the great releases that are on offer.) That Good Night From Umbrella: ...[Read More]

Jungle – 2017 – Greg McLean – Including Interview with Greg McLean – The Last New Wave

Jungle – 2017 – Greg McLean – Including Interview with Greg McLean – The Last New Wave

On this episode, Andrew catches up with horror director Greg McLean to discuss his latest film Jungle, while also touching on what drives him as a horror director. Jungle is a superb survival horror flick featuring Daniel Radcliffe as Yossi Ghinsberg, a tourist trying to survive a harsh jungle environment. After the interview, Bernadette and Andrew review the film and discuss what works about it. ...[Read More]

87 – Thor: Ragnarok, Brad’s Status, My Life as a Zucchini, The Meyerowitz Stories (New and Selected), Annabelle: Creation, A Ghost Story, War for the Planet of the Apes

87 – Thor: Ragnarok, Brad’s Status, My Life as a Zucchini, The Meyerowitz Stories (New and Selected), Annabelle: Creation, A Ghost Story, War for the Planet of the Apes

Another jam packed episode as the blockbusters and the indies clash on this episode with films that are old and new getting discussed. Starting out with director Taika Waititi’s Thor: Ragnarok and its exploration of a man who has electricity in his fingers, we then move to the conundrum that is the modern white man by way of Ben Stiller in Brad’s Status. A french orphanage gets a look ...[Read More]

Drive In Delirium Volume 1 & 2 Blu-Ray Review

Drive In Delirium Volume 1 & 2 Blu-Ray Review

Remember back in the day when you’d slap a weathered VHS into your trusty behemoth of a VHS player, and as soon as you hit play you’d be presented with a static-esque black screen, and the customary anti-piracy warning, and then a series of bonkers trailers before the main event. If you were a genre fiend like myself, then odds are this was where you’d find out about all kinds of mad and mental fl...[Read More]

Red Christmas Review

Red Christmas Review

In the world of Australian cinema, there is a great dearth of Christmas related films. The last true ‘Christmas’ film, Crackers, hit in 1998, meanwhile the last major film that was set around Christmas time hit in 2005 with The Proposition. Craig Anderson has decided to stoke the embers and rage that Aussie Christmas fire once more with his horror flick, Red Christmas. Now, given the dry summers w...[Read More]

Red Christmas Writer/Director Craig Anderson Interview – The Last New Wave

Red Christmas Writer/Director Craig Anderson Interview – The Last New Wave

Writer, director, comedian, producer, actor, Craig Anderson joins Andrew to discuss his latest horror film, Red Christmas. Starring Dee Wallace, this horror film is one that pushes a few boundaries – namely, it’s a film with a villain that has a controversial origin. While this discussion is mostly light hearted, it is necessary to put a trigger warning in for anybody sensitive to the ...[Read More]

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]