Are Fanboys the New Go-To Blockbuster Bad Guys?

A new trend in mu-ha-ha.

Hollywood’s Nostalgia Addiction

Prepare for the nostalgia wave.

Review – Jurassic World

The satirical, monstrous edge, far outweighs the surface stupidity.

Review – Mad Max Fury Road

The reason why movies were invented.

Review – Kumiko, The Treasure Hunter

Nihilistic but wonderful.

Review – Infini

A tense little sci-fi mystery with plenty to muse on

Review – Avengers: Age of Ultron

An entertaining compromise.

Welcome to The Debrief podcast

A new podcast for your ear-balls.

Review – Furious 7

Furious 7 has a heightened sense of mortality giving the film stakes for once, born of tragic circumstances due to the passing of Paul Walker, handled deftly by director James Wan.

The Art of the Montage: Inglourious Basterds

Examining great passages of time in cinema.

Review – ’71

Takes the simple ‘behind enemy lines’ concept and turns it into something that resonates strongly within the historical context of the political instability of The Troubles.

Stream This! Best of March 2015

A guide to the films available to stream in Australia and New Zealand.

Don’t write-off season six of Community

The age of Yahoo! has begun.

Better Call Saul, a masterclass in fan service

A few thoughts on the genius of the Breaking Bad spinoff.

Review – Chappie

Here comes the elevator pitch for Chappie; it’s Three Men and a Baby meets Short Circuit via Robocop minus the satire. Bonkers, right?