Tag Archive: cinema

New images from ‘Cogan’s Trade’

New images from ‘Cogan’s Trade’ have appeared online – the big gangster film with a high profile cast and no release date. The film stars Brad Pitt playing a mob enforcer who must… Continue reading

‘Abraham Lincoln Vampire Hunter’ new trailer + featurette

We can officially state that it’s ‘Abraham Lincoln Vampire Hunter’ week. Yesterday we were treated to the first teaser and almost 24 hours later a new international teaser has appeared showcasing more footage… Continue reading

Review – The Grey

WARNING: Before reading this review or seeing ‘The Grey’ please take time to consider the following: 1. Make sure you don’t have a holiday planned that requires air travel. 2. Make sure you’re… Continue reading

Teaser trailer for ‘Abraham Lincoln Vampire Hunter’

Abraham Lincoln historians will be doing backflips of rage today with the release of the first teaser trailer for ‘Abraham Lincoln Vampire Hunter’. The film is based on the novel of the same… Continue reading

Review – Martha Macy May Marlene

It’s easy to point the crazy finger at people who start a cult, but what’s even more frightening is that people are willing to follow. ‘Martha Macy May Marlene’ is a chilling look… Continue reading

New poster, trailer & 3 new clips for ‘The Raid’

Already hyped as one of the best action films of the year ‘The Raid’ is on a lot of must see lists for film fans, and for a very good reason. Thanks to… Continue reading

Review – Safe House

Most CIA themed action films follow a pretty strict formula where the lines are blurred between who the good guys and bad guys are. Lots of bullets, car chases and a mysterious villain… Continue reading

Trailer – ‘Seeking a Friend for the End of the World’

According to the Mayan calendar 2012 is meant to be the year the world ends. We’ve been watching planet Earth go to poop for decades and audiences have become almost immune to concept.… Continue reading

Review – ‘Any Questions for Ben?’

Working Dog Productions is the closest thing Australia has comedy royalty. From their roots in sketch comedy on ‘The Late Show’, to the satire of ‘Frontline’ and the brilliant film ‘The Castle’. They’ve… Continue reading

Show me the money! US box office report

Domestic US Box Office 4-5 February 2012 (Superbowl weekend)

New poster & trailer for ‘The Bourne Legacy’

Bourne fans rejoice as the new trailer and poster for ‘The Bourne Legacy’ have gone online showcasing Jeremy Renner as the new super spy/assassin with the memory of an 80 year old. Hit… Continue reading

‘The Amazing Spiderman’ untold story screening event

Thanks to Sony Pictures Australia we were lucky to attend one of ‘The Amazing Spiderman’ screening events that took place in Sydney. Sydney was the only Australian city to be included in the… Continue reading

‘The Avengers’ extended Superbowl spot

You know what ‘The Avengers’ does a really good job of? Selling itself, check out the new trailer that played during the Superbowl with lots of new footage and a first look at… Continue reading

Review – Chronicle

When a filmmaker decides to make a found footage/handy cam film it has to be clear that the genre is the best way to service the story. For a lot of up and… Continue reading

Review – The Artist

Happy accidents can be found throughout history like the story of Percy LeBaron Spencer. Spencer was an engineer who was trying to figure out how to use radar technology to fire intense beams… Continue reading