Thursday, February 29, 2024
Thanksgiving

Thanksgiving Dir: Eli Roth (Film Review)

Thanksgiving is just around the corner. It may not mean much to Kiwis, but to Americans, well, it’s as big as Christmas. And with...
The Hunger Games

The Hunger Games: The Ballad Of Songbirds & Snakes Dir: Francis Lawrence

The Hunger Games: The Ballad Of Songbirds & Snakes is as lengthy as its title would indicate, serving as both a prequel and a...
Saltburn

Saltburn – Film Review: Dir: Emerald Fennell

Saltburn, described as a 'psychological black comedy thriller' opens in cinemas today. We sent Jude Mannion off to a preview screening to have a...
Stop Making Sense

Stop Making Sense: 4K Restoration Dir: Jonathan Demme (Film Review)

Hailed as one of the top concert films of all time, Jonathan Demme’s Stop Making Sense should firmly secure the number one slot after...
Killers Of The Flower Moon

Killers Of The Flower Moon – Director: Martin Scorsese (Film Review)

Killers Of The Flower Moon features a chapter of American history they never taught us in school. Martin Scorsese brings this chilling story to...
Retribution

Retribution Director: Nimród Antal (Film Review)

Retribution is defined as punishment inflicted on someone as vengeance for a wrong or criminal act. That may be both the premise and the review of this seriously...
Jules

Jules Dir: Marc Turtletaub (Film Review)

With films in cinemas about A-bombs, talking dolls and aliens in the desert, Jules may be the strangest movie you’ll see this year. Starring: Ben...
Dracula

Dracula: Voyage Of The Demeter Dir: Andre Ovredal (Film Review)

Dracula: Voyage Of The Demeter, or Bat Man Goes Sailing, charts the course of Dracula from Romania to England. Needless to say, there is...
Asteroid City

Asteroid City Dir: Wes Anderson (Film Review)

If you’ve been caught up in the Barbenheimer frenzy, then your next film should be Asteroid City as it features both an A-bomb explosion...
Oppenheimer

From Alfred To Barbie: The Film Festival is Everywhere So Dive In Deep

The 13th Floor's Marty Duda has been to a few films recently and its got him thinking. Always a dangerous precedent, here are a...