If you’ve seen the horror film ‘Annabelle’, you’ve probably been hiding under the covers and avoiding dolls ever since. But watching Annabelle is nothing compared to getting pranked by the haunted doll herself!
Australian film director, Roman Stills, explores the concept of space, culture and music in his latest film, Dixieland. Filmed in New Orleans, Dixieland depicts the landscape alongside a rhythmic Early Jazz beat. Juxtaposing the actor with his Southern surroundings in a timeless loop, Stills says is ‘a metaphor for New Orleans and the core theme of the piece.’
Somewhere between a final film screening and heading off to a sound check to sing the anthem at the Bledisloe Cup rugby match, Peter Cousens found the chance to have a quick chat about his debut into film-making, a period piece spanning two centuries called Freedom.
You don’t need to be a Guardian of the Galaxy to have your very own adorable dancing extraterrestrial tree. You just have to have some pretty sick arts and crafts skills – which I’m guessing is the easier route between the two.
Yes, that’s right. After months and years of painful waiting, all you fifty-shaders are on the brink of getting a serious treat. Often described in a derogatory tone as ‘mummy-porn’, nevertheless E.L. James’ Fifty Shades Of Grey took an unsuspecting audience by storm and rapidly rose to be one of the most talked about books […]
Brooklyn-based, Aussie filmmaker J Cooper has just signed with LA Production company Paranoid and Red Rage Films in Ireland and his latest short, 206, starring David Oyelowo (Lee Daniels’ The Butler, Interstellar) has just been nominated for three International Fashion Film Awards for best actor, best editing and best art direction.
Godzilla is back to wreak havoc – and try to redeem itself from its Matthew Broderick-led 1998 disaster of a movie – as it stomps its way back into theaters this summer. But did you know that realistically speaking, Godzilla’s huge anatomy is impossible? According to Popular Mechanics, ‘Since his first awakening, the radioactive, fire-spewing kaiju has […]
For 40 years, the curator of the one and only penis museum in the world has collected penises from all walks of life; from polar bear penises, to reindeer penises, to whale penises, he has a penis for every specie there is. Except one: a human’s. ‘The Final Member’ is a documentary about the curator’s […]
Well, just because all movies in the world deserve a reality check. These alternative textual takes on these movie posters have the type of honest-to-goodness spin that we all know is far more true. They are priceless.
‘What Difference Does It Make? A Film About Making Music’ is a documentary that explores the different facets, challenges, trials, and rewards of a life in pursuit of music. It even goes as far as to delve deep into the creative minds and personal lives of the artists, just to get a glimpse of what […]
Let’s face it, you’ve gotta love eBay. It’s got something for everyone, particularly movie lovers. If you’re into that sort of thing, you can find props from all kinds of films, both iconic and lesser-known. Here are just a few interesting examples of movie props you can find on Ebay right now. The internet is […]
This video is probably the most stunning thing we’ve seen in quite a while. Using a 2.5D animation effect, Rino Stefano Tagliafierro brought these iconic paintings to life in a beautiful, haunting way. Everything from the sequence to the music creates an atmosphere that is nearly impossible to take your eyes away from. Yes, technology […]
While we may all believe that a psychopath wears a hockey mask and wields a chainsaw or a machete, the Journal of Forensic Sciences believe that a person diagnosed with ‘psychopathy’, lacks empathy, has little remorse, and is impulsive and manipulative.
If you’ve ever watched The Chaser and thought, ‘I’d love to have a beer with these guys’, here’s your chance. Aussie funnyman and Chaser star Chris Taylor has a role in Stuart McBratney’s new film Pop-Up, and he’s raising money for their Kickstarter campaign by ‘donating his liver’. Watch this video and you and four […]
Back in the Soviet Bloc, a TV series about present-day life, culture and food in the former Soviet states – produced by Aussie filmmakers Julia Nalivaiko and Stuart McBratney – has been picked up for distribution by London-based TVF International. It’s already sold for broadcast in Thailand and if you live Down Under, you’re in […]