Tina Fey expands her dramatic repertoire in this satirical take on lives of war corespondents and the dangers they face.
Both mutant and human kind faces it biggest threat yet, following the emergence of the world’s first Mutant, Apocalypse.
Out now on limited release across of Australia, ‘The Boy’ is a Gothic tale of unusual circumstances.
For his fourth feature film, director Jeff Nichols delivers an on-road sci-fi/adventure with subtle nods to genre classics.
First time director Jay Summers presents a colorfully crude tribute to those fun Drive-In features of the 50s and 60s.
Local distributor, Glass Doll Films introduces Australia’s first vampire movie to a new generation of audiences in an impressive Blu-ray release.
Sneaking up on film-goers, this frighting distant relation to ‘Cloverfield’ will have you on the edge of your seat.
Playing on the superstitions of New England’s Puritan era, comes an interpretive and symbolic horror film for first time director, Robert Eggers.
Joel and Ethan Coen explore the inner-workings of Hollywood’s “Golden Age” through the diligent studio Fixer, Eddie Mannix.
Clint Eastwood shows his tender side as director of this poignant romantic drama, starring William Holden and Kay Lenz.