Day: 29 May 2014

Live Review: Gary Numan – HQ, Adelaide (29.05.14)

May 29, 2014

It may be the unfortunate truth that when you have a history as long as Gary Numan, many older fans only want to hear the songs they know. Numan’s last visit to Adelaide saw him play his synth pop milestone album The Pleasure Principle in its entirety. While it was a fantastic show, the 2011 […]

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Trailer released for FX’s latest horror series by Guillermo del Toro and Carlton Cuse

May 29, 2014

Acclaimed director Guillermo del Toro and executive producer of Lost Carlton Cuse have joined their creative minds to bring a new vampire horror series to cable channel FX. Titled The Strain, the series looks to be about parasitic creatures which spread out on a doomed flight and cause an apocalyptic outbreak. The official trailer is […]

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Film Review: X-Men Days of Future Past (USA, 2014)

May 29, 2014

X Men: Days of Future Past focuses heavily on the concept of time travel , and in a similar fashion to the penultimate season of Lost, approaches it with a sense of playful irreverence as we are given something much lighter than the previous X Men installment (First Class). Mystique plays a central role in […]

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World Movies to screen Sex Before Soccer showcase in June

May 29, 2014

In the lead up to the 2014 FIFA World Cup in Brazil, World Movies is presenting Sex Before Soccer; a series of sexy international films, with two films playing off against each other at 9.30pm each night from Monday June 2nd, culminating with a marathon starting at 6pm on Saturday June 7th. Below is a promo and a […]

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David Gulpilil wins Best Actor award at Cannes for Rolf de Heer’s Charlie’s Country

May 29, 2014

The Cannes Film Festival wrapped up recently, and as usual a crop of world class actors and film-makers were awarded at the close of the festival. In a great boost for Aussie film and, more particularly, Indigenous Australian artists, legendary Australian actor David Gulpilil was awarded Best Actor for his role in Rolf de Heer’s Charlie’s […]

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6 films that broke sexual taboos

May 29, 2014

As The Feed on SBS2 wraps up its Taboo week tonight, we thought we’d look at six films that broke the ultimate film Taboo: sex. Sure, you can blow someone’s head up and depict violence in a realistic manner – but the minute there is nudity, or sex, the censor board has a field day. […]

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Film Review and Stream: John Mayer “Someday I’ll Fly” (USA, 2014)

May 29, 2014

There is something about singer and guitarist John Mayer. Clearly, he is talented. He is a 19-time Grammy award nominated recording artist, and of those nominations, he has won 7, the last win in 2009 for his song “Gravity”,, for which he won the Best Male Rock Vocal Performance. But for some, his tabloid fodder […]

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TV Review: Unplanned America – Episode 6 – 26th May 2014 (SBS2, Australia)

May 29, 2014

In the final episode of Unplanned America, Parv and Gonzo hit up spring break, hang out with UFO chasers, take a look at rockabilly culture in Las Vegas, attend a tailgate, pimp their car and do shots over a cryogenically frozen corpse. This is what happens when Nick isn’t there to supervise them. The show […]

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