Friday, December 6, 2019

Movies

Movies

Top 3 Wes Anderson films for lovers of unusual movies

Wes Anderson is known for his incredibly popular movies that tell unusual stories with exaggerated characters. With equally interesting cinematography utilised in each of...

5 international films that deserve your attention

In celebration of Melbourne's International Film Festival, which wraps up on August 18, here is a sneak peek at some of the most underrated...

A Marvel-lous Podcast ep. 1 – Marvel Cinematic Universe Phase 4

This is the first episode of the A Marvel-lous Podcast, hosted by Lachlan Mitchell and Jason Ngagianto. The podcast discusses everything that is Marvel-related,...

Podcast: One Man And His Pod : Remakes

'One Man And His Pod' is a podcast where I will be taking an in-depth look at an aspect of popular culture, from music...

Yesterday review: Worthy of the namesake?

The new feature film Yesterday (2019) draws upon the image of The Beatles, one of the most popular bands in the world to create...

Plans for a prequel to Game of Thrones

Well, it’s been a long ride and obsessive GoT fans across the world are struggling to come to terms with the conclusion of the...

Bloom Girl: The latest film on the new platform IGTV

  Bloom Girl is a 24 minute-long short film recently released on Instagram’s new ‘IGTV’ feature. Allowing users to upload videos of up to an...

Review: The Hustle

In a modern day feminist remake of the 1988 comedy Dirty Rotten Scoundrels, the Academy Award-winning Anne Hathaway (Josephine) teams up with ever-hilarious Aussie...

Review Hotel Mumbai: The turning of an actual terrorist attack...

Hotel Mumbai is the debut of Australian director Anthony Maras, who endeavoured to dramatise a real-life atrocity. The movie was inspired by the 2008...

Review: Love, Death & Robots

Not for the faint hearted, Netflix’s newest anthology reveals the beauty of animation like we’ve never seen it before. Love, Death & Robots is a...