DVD Review: Three Days of the Condor (1975)

Throughout their respective careers, director Sydney Pollack and screen icon Robert Redford collaborated on six distinguishable films between 1966 and 1990, spanning cinemas most loved genres. Without a doubt their most gripping venture is the highly secretive and deadly thriller Three Days of the Condor, which has just found it…

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Short Film Review: SLAPPER (2016)

Melbourne based filmmaker Luci Schroder serves up an unflinchingly raw slice of reality in the form of Slapper, a short feature which follows destitute teen Taylah, who is desperately in need of some quick cash for the morning-after-pill, following a brief and unceremonious sexual encounter. Shot unstylishly in my home…

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Blu-ray Review: Silver Bullet (1985)

Umbrella Entertainment have hit the ground running in 2018 with their Blu-ray release of Silver Bullet, which has had the online horror community abuzz since its announcement last October. Based on Stephen King’s 1983 novella Cycle of the Werewolf, the famed author also penned the screenplay for this obscure mid-eighties…

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Review: Swinging Safari (2018)

From celebrated Aussie director Stephen Elliot, who brought us The Adventures of Priscilla, Queen of the Desert and the lesser known Welcome to Woop Woop comes a semi-autobiographical piece in the form of Swinging Safari, depicting the cringeworthily antics of kids and adult alike during a typical Australian summer in…

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Review: Call Me By Your Name (2017)

January has come to signify one or two trips to Melbourne’s illustrious Rivoli cinema to watch the award season favourites unfortunately subject to limited release. Braving the onslaught of an unseasonable downpour, the miserable outdoor conditions were perfectly counteracted by the summer-rich Norther Italian landscape in Call Me by Your…

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