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Liam Neeson plays an amnesiac scientist in Unknown, an outlandish Bourne-style conspiracy thriller, which rushes though a series of twists and turns at such a pace that the viewer scarcely has time to draw breath let alone ponder the implausibility … Continue reading
Set in 1980s Melbourne and loosely based on real events, hard-hitting crime drama Animal Kingdom has been dubbed an ‘Australian GoodFellas’. Director David Michôd isn’t as flashy as Scorsese, but his portrayal of the violent downfall of a dysfunctional family … Continue reading
Our competition to win a DVD of the newly restored and remastered film noir classic While the City Sleeps is now closed. Thanks to Exposure Cinema for supplying the prizes and well done to all the entrants who answered correctly … Continue reading
Remember when Julianne Moore stepped into Jodie Foster’s shoes to play FBI criminologist Clarice Starling in the underrated Silence of the Lambs sequel, Hannibal? Well, the A Single Man actress is back in familiar territory in the taunt edge-of-your-seat thriller … Continue reading
Here’s the set-up: Angela (former Heartbreak High star Lara Cox) has decided to kill herself and is planning on taking her boyfriend Joel (Ben Seton) with her because she fears she is losing him. She then arranges a final supper … Continue reading
Late for a 30th birthday party, two brothers Sam and Nick and their girlfriends Christine and Liz decide to take a short cut. But this is bear country and when the foursome’s van blows a tire, it rouses the … Continue reading
For many cinephiles, the name Fritz Lang is synonymous with the futuristic 1927 silent classic Metropolis (the restored, reconstructed version gets a theatrical release later this year). For the director himself, however, his finest work can be seen in the … Continue reading
Back in the mid-1970s, Australia’s New Wave cinema explosion saw emerging filmmakers break away from the costume dramas and insular sex comedies that the country was known for to make some astonishingly strange fare. Long Weekend was one of those. … Continue reading
Steven Kastrissios’s brutal vengeance movie The Horseman is now screening in 30 UK cinemas, after getting rave notices from a host of recent film festivals including Film4′s Frightfest. Originally slated for just a handful of screens in London, the violent … Continue reading
Fusing Fatal Attraction with Cape Fear, this tense little edge-of-your-seat Aussie thriller should have been called Cradle Rock. With her biological clock ticking away, Jess wants a kid, but her fisherman husband Rob is not so sure. Enter unhinged Irishman … Continue reading