Film Review: The Dressmaker

The Dressmaker is an amusing comedy drama which offers good performance. Dress designer Tilly Dunnage returns to her small hometown in Australia for the first time since her childhood. With her stylish wardrobe and talent for design, Tilly certainly turns heads. However, Tilly must confront a trauma from her past… Based on Rosalie Ham’s novel, The Dressmaker tells the story […]

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Previews: Alice Through The Looking Glass and more!

A visual feast in this week’s preview of coming attractions, including Alice Through The Looking Glass, Sisters, and By The Sea… Alice Through The Looking Glass Trailer Here is the first at upcoming sequel Alice Through The Looking Glass. Mia Wasikowska, Johnny Depp and the rest of the cast return for the follow-up to 2010’s Alice in Wonderland. Alice Through […]

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Film Review: The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 2

The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 2 is a fitting end to The Hunger Games franchise. The film makes the most of its strong protagonist. Following the events in District 13, President Coin has her sites set on Capitol stronghold District 2. Katniss leads a team in, as the war escalates. With Peeta still in a fragile state, Katniss must concentrate on […]

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Film Review: Spectre

Latest James Bond instalment Spectre is a competent and entertaining addition to the series. Perhaps most exciting of all is the possibilities the film affords. A message from the past sends James Bond on a mission to uncover a sinister organisation. As Bond tries to get to the man at the root of the organisation, M is battling to save […]

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Hellraiser: Goriest Moments

To celebrate the release of Hellraiser: The Scarlet Box, a limited run of deluxe boxsets, here is a look back on the goriest moments from the original Hellraiser film. Spoilers ahead, for those who have never seen the film. Needless to say, these clips are NSFW… Frank’s Rebirth Frank’s first proper appearance in Hellraiser comes as he is reborn through […]

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Film Review: Steve Jobs

Danny Boyle’s Steve Jobs is a compelling drama. Aaron Sorkin’s screenplay provides excellent material for the director to work with. In 1984, Apple co-founder Steve Jobs is getting ready to unveil the Macintosh computer to the world. Behind the scenes of the launch, things are frantic with glitches in the demo, and the mother of Steve’s daughter demanding to talk […]

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