Thanks to Madman Entertainment we have 5 copies of What’s in a Name? to giveaway (5 DVDs).
Unflinching, excruciating direction from McQueen; arresting and affective performances from Chiwetel Ejiofor, Lupita Nyong’o & Michael Fassbender; John Ridley’s adaption of this shamefully true story is epic; 12 Years a Slave is extraordinary.
Thanks to Madman Entertainment we have 5 copies of Shopping to giveaway (5 DVDs).
Thanks to Madman Entertainment we have 5 copies of Pieta to giveaway (5 DVDs).
How I Live Now could have been called Tomorrow When The War Began in rural England and my cousins and I decided to live a hippy rural existence until shit got real; but that would have been far too literal.
Thanks to Roadshow Entertainment we have 5 copies of JA’MIE PRIVATE SCHOOL GIRL to giveaway (5 DVDs).
When I asked Warren Brown if he could tell Graffiti With Punctuation his FIVE STAR FILM and five reasons why, he did something unexpected; “That’s too hard, I might just down right refuse.”
IT was fate; when Warren Brown got the call to say he’d got the part in Luther his ringtone was still the theme to The Wire.
Auto-erotic-asphyxiation, waves of whisky, mounds of cocaine; Filth does what it says on the tin.
The Hunger Games: Catching Fire achieves what every sequel should strive for – a film that surpasses its predecessor in every way.
Pod Save Our Screen gets LIVE as Maria and Blake geek out about what makes THE MATRIX classic, the strange casting history, ‘Matrix-ism,’ Conker’s Bad Fur Day and how the soundtrack makes you drive faster with an awesome cult audience at Dendy Newtown.
Pod Save Our Screen gets LIVE as Maria and Blake geek out about what makes GHOSTBUSTERS classic, Sigourney Weaver inspired sex games, and share a message from Dan Aykroyd with an awesome cult audience at Dendy Newtown.
Letts’ script attracted actors of the highest calibre, Wells fostered brilliance from Streep and Roberts (and the whole cast really). It’s not easy to watch a family implode but August: Osage County shows us that some families need to.
HEY SYDNEY-SIDERS! Thanks to MADMAN ENTERTAINMENT we have 5 Double Passes to a special preview screening of How I Live Now on Wednesday November 20th at Dendy Newtown 6:30pm
Bad Grandpa is to Jackass what Borat is to Ali G. The gag is far less about Irving and his grandson; it’s relishing in how they antagonise and perplex their unwilling support cast. It’s juvenile, it’s ridiculous but I laughed, a lot.
Thanks to Roadshow Entertainment we have 5 copies of Parkland to giveaway (5 Blu-Rays).
Happiness and companionship is precious as your journey is closer to its end than the beginning. Holofcener’s Enough Said is old enough to dismiss bullsh*t like dwelling on the past.
The Railway Man will leave a mark on your soul, not only for the brutal barbarity of war but for the sheer power of screen stories.
INSIDIOUS: Chapter Two has a good cache of scares; a necessary injection of mystery and despite small doses of clunky performances and scripting it’s a rare, high quality horror sequel.
The Fifth Estate is Woodward VS Bernstein.