Day: 24 June 2017

Sydney Film Festival Review: Vaya (South Africa, 2016) is a brutal coming of age story set in an unforgiving Johannesburg

June 24, 2017

Like it’s Tsotsitaal namesake meaning “to go”, Vaya, Directed by Akin Omotoso, literally begins on the move. Opening on a train bound to Johannesburg Vaya follows the intertwining paths of three young South Africans journeying from their rural homes in Kwazulu-Natal to eGoli, the city of Gold. All three are tasked with their own promises […]

Read More

Emma Stone and Steve Carell face off in new trailer for Battle of the Sexes

June 24, 2017

Fox Searchlight has unveiled an international trailer for their highly anticipated tennis drama Battle of the Sexes. Led by Steve Carell as chauvinistic ex-tennis champion Bobby Riggs and Emma Stone portraying feminist icon Billie Jean King, the film centres on the real-life showdown between the pair in the historical 1973 tennis match. As well as […]

Read More

The Jurassic World sequel gets a name and a poster

June 24, 2017

With just a year now until the release of the latest Jurassic World movie, it has finally been named and given a new teaser poster. Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom is set for release in June next year, and you can be sure that we’ll update you as we learn more about the film. Check out […]

Read More

See the Camp Firewood gang reunite in the new trailer for Wet Hot American Summer: Ten Years Later

June 24, 2017

Back in 2001, a small-budget comedy from David Wain and Michael Showalter that parodied 80’s summer camp films was seen as a critical and commercial failure, but became a cult classic. Fast-forward to 14 years later, where some now-familiar faces reprised their roles in the Netflix prequel series Wet Hot American Summer: First Day at Camp, featuring […]

Read More

Video Games Review: The Walking Dead: A New Frontier – From the Gallows (PS4, 2017) pulls no punches

June 24, 2017

The time has arrived. Telltale’s ambitious third season of their critically acclaimed Walking Dead series has come to a close with From the Gallows. Question is, did it capitalise on its rising tension, fleshed out characters and bold new narrative? Episode 5 opens with quite a revelation from before the demise of the current state […]

Read More

Theatre Review: Blanc de Blanc is salaciously seductive take on cabaret circus (MAP57 in St Kilda’s Winter Garden until 30th July)

June 24, 2017

Do you enjoy watching scantily clad men and woman perform tantalising tasks, whilst  sashaying across a stage enclosed in the famed Speigeltent? Well do I have a treat for you, Blanc de Blanc has just landed in Melbourne! So come one come all to St Kilda’s Winter Garden where things are about to get just […]

Read More