Day: 26 March 2016

Soul reigns supreme on the third day of Bluesfest 2016 with sets from D’Angelo, Allen Stone, and more

March 26, 2016

“[D’Angelo’s debut album] Brown Sugar changed my life in ways I never thought possible”, said Dallas Green as City and Colour took the Mojo stage through a fan-pleasing set on Good Friday, hyping up the Saturday headline slot from the neo-soul pioneer even more. This resulted in D’Angelo’s scheduled two-hour performance being delivered to a […]

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Stephen Amell’s Code 8 crowdfunded

March 26, 2016

Arrow star Stephen Amell and his cousin Robbie Amell launched a Kickstarter for their science fiction film Code 8 a few days ago and its already soared past its $200,000 goal. Based on (and a follow up to) a short film the brother shot in Los Angeles last year, Code 8  is set to star the two Amells alongside Aaron Abrams, Chad […]

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Oil-rigging drama of Deepwater Horizon comes to life in new trailer

March 26, 2016

The Mark Wahlberg-fronted dramatization of The 2010 BP Oil Spill. It’s a surprisingly heavy trailer that cuts between the titular oil spill and an explanation of oil-drilling by the daughter of Wahlberg’s character. Check it out below: The film releases in Australian cinemas on October 6th 2016. ———- This content has recently been ported from its […]

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Brand new Warcraft movie character art and variant poster released

March 26, 2016

Two brand new character art posters have been revealed by Legendary Pictures for the upcoming Warcraft movie. The first hitting social media yesterday of half-orc, half-human Garona. Heralded “the survivor” the character is portrayed by Paula Patton and is “Torn Between Worlds.” Today we had new artwork of both Durotan (Toby Kebbell) and Anduin Lothar […]

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Why Pee-Wee’s Big Holiday (USA, 2016) is a worthy successor to Big Adventure

March 26, 2016

Earlier in the month at SXSW, I had the chance to sit down with the cast and crew behind the first Pee Wee movie in almost 30 years (you can read these chats HERE). One thing that was universal with all the interviews I conducted was that this now classic – yet still bizarre in all […]

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Comedy Review: David O’Doherty – We Are All In The Gutter, But Some of Us Are Looking at David O’Doherty

March 26, 2016

A seasoned comedian, David O’Doherty is the force de jour in musical comedy. Returning to the Melbourne International Comedy Festival after two years back in his homeland of Ireland, O’Doherty settles back in seamlessly, in an hilarious night of observational comedy- with a healthy sprinkle of melodic ramblings. Still sporting his keyboard from 1986, wearing […]

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