With the release of the outback shocker The Royal Hotel this week, we revisit our interview with director Ted Kotcheff about his similarly themed 1971 cult classic Wake In Fright.
On this week’s release of Ridley Scott’s epic drama Napoleon, we look back at the very unusual interview we did with the film’s leading man Joaquin Phoenix for Spike Jonze’s 2013 romantic drama Her.
The performer turned to AFTRS for inspiration on her next career move.
… an engaging enough throwback on PC, but a somewhat less than stellar experience on Playstation and XBOX.
… offers much to be enjoyed by all ages, boasting quaint scenery, a bit of magic and plenty of heart.
… an alarming misfire …
The filmmaker adapts Priscilla Presley’s memoir with Cailee Spaeny in the title role.
… not just an exciting thriller but also a beautiful contemporary love story.
Despite the online doomsayers, Hunger Games prequel, The Hunger Games: The Ballad of Songbirds and Snakes opened strongly, which will unfortunately mean more prequels. Apart from that, the surprisingly wide release of Saltburn saw some sites doing boffo business, whilst too many were DOA – should be interesting to see the screen spread for that one in Week 2. Speaking of DOA, it doesn’t look like Thanksgiving means much to Australian audiences, understandably.
One of the most exciting streaming platforms to pop up recently – specialising in Australian film and TV content – is taken for a spin by pop culture and film guru Alexei Toiliopoulos.