Seth Rogen talks computer crashes, free phones, the fracas around The Interview, and his new film, Steve Jobs…
The greatest criticism levelled at ‘The Force Awakens’ is that it is entirely derivative. Glen Falkenstein explains why that isn’t a bad thing.
In response to the debate over female representation at a certain film festival, producer Jessica Pearce asserts that destiny of women filmmakers is in our hands.
It’s A Wonderful Life, Miracle On 34th Street, White Christmas…yeah, whatever! Here’s a Santa’s sack full of weird, wonderful, sick, and blood sprayed Christmas movies. Merry effin’ Christmas, folks!
Author Jeremy Geltzer counts down five groundbreaking historical moments that pushed film and free speech in the United States.
Former director of the late Popcorn Taxi, Chris Murray tells us about his first run-in with Tarantino, who will also be the inaugural guest of his new venture, PROM – The People’s Republic of Movies.
Made In Melbourne Festival directors, Ivan Malekin and Sarah Jayne, respond to an opinion piece that deemed the opening night of their event to be sexist.
Not only were the female filmmakers MIA at the Made in Melbourne Film Festival, the depictions of women on screen painted a pretty disturbing picture.
Australian actor Chris Hemsworth endured rough seas – literally! – to shoot Ron Howard’s epic adventure, In The Heart Of The Sea.
The star of ‘Wyrmwood: Road of the Dead’ and the upcoming ‘A Night of Horror Volume 1 Anthology’, counts down the films that defined her.