Skip to content

Daily Archives: July 12, 2016

You can flip every conversation or forum on the Internet, and you’ll be able to find a debate about who should/will play James Bond next after Daniel Craig announced he was done playing the iconic character. Even bookmakers are taking bets (right now, Tom Hiddleston is in top position).  But the most important question for me is this: who’s gonna… Read more »

12 July 2016 | Features, People Lists

Each and every person has an element of escapism in them, whether their deserved distraction from the monotonous grey matter of day to day life is travelling, reading, blogging, shopping, undertaking sports, attending gigs, poetry, meditation or losing yourself in cinema (which subsequently results in writing articles on the internet), we all have the same common urge to surround our… Read more »

12 July 2016 | Features, Film Lists

Sound, unlike the image, doesn’t force itself upon you. It very rarely forces any perspective; you are free to explore auditory stimulus without intervention by the artist – who’s constantly shifting your view, and limiting your focus. At least, that’s the image it’s given itself. The beauty of sound comes from the way filmmakers have used it: if you don’t… Read more »

12 July 2016 | Features, Film Lists

New from Arrow Video is the Blu-ray/DVD release of The Swinging Cheerleaders, which is from director Jack Hill. Hill had become known in the seventies for his films that focused on tough female characters, including Switchblade Sisters, The Big Doll House, Coffy, and Foxy Brown. After making two blaxploitation pictures, he was offered financing to make a movie with the… Read more »

12 July 2016 | Features, Reviews

For one of the most liveable and most advanced nations in the world, Australia has very rarely made a splash with its films, with most Australian recognition in the cinema down to the actors that make a name for themselves quickly before moving to America. The likes of The Adventures of Priscilla, Queen of the Desert, Chopper, and Animal Kingdom… Read more »

12 July 2016 | Features, Film Lists