Reviews

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Border Politics Review

Border Politics is a curious film. Directed by Judy Rymer, the documentary follows human rights barrister Julian Burnside as he travels around the world, engaging with intellectuals, cities, and cultures, tryin...
3.5

Downrange Review

Single location horror is either extremely effective in exhausting the possibilities of the format – think Open Water, and its magnificent use of the open ocean to build terror – or extremely tedious and lacklu...
3

Skyscraper Review

In writer/director Rawson Marshall Thurber’s Skyscraper, Dwayne Johnson (working with Thurber for a second time after Central Intelligence) goes to heightened lengths to save his family from a scorching skyscra...
4

Lost Gully Road Review

Lucy (Adele Perovic) heads to the forest to seek refuge in isolation from a man who won't leave her alone. Her sister, Cassie (Eloise Mignon), periodically checks in on her over the phone, providing Lucy with u...
3.5

Rampage Review

Between the Rock and a hard place, Dwayne still saves the day. Well, he helps at least. Video game movie Rampage is the latest output from Brad Peyton and star Dwayne Johnson whom previously worked together on...

BUGS Review

Sometimes a film achieves exactly what it sets out to do, and it does it well. BUGS is one such film. It aims to be a low-fi, Harmony Korine/Larry Clarke-esque take on modern youth and how unattached ...
4.5

[censored] Review

Before you read further - what's the first thing you think of when the concept of censorship is raised? If you're like most film fans, suddenly your previously non-existent hackles go up, and you get all steam...
4.5

RocKabul Review

When was the last time you went to a concert? When was the last time you bought an album? When was the last time you thought about the ease of accessing music wherever you are? Now, think about what would happe...
5

Terror Nullius Review

There's a sequence in Soda_Jerk's Terror Nullius that epitomises the problem with Australian culture perfectly. Well, not just one sequence actually - the whole film epitomises the problem with Austra...
3.5

The Breaker Upperers Review

Comedy is subjective, that's a given. So, when the core concept of The Breaker Upperers is explored in the opening moments - two women who professionally break up with people for them - has them faking someone'...