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Heaven’s Burning Review

Heaven’s Burning is, like many 1990’s Quentin Tarantino wannabes, a derivative piece of crime fiction that struggles to punch through the façade of originality. Which is not to say that Craig Lahiff’s film doe...
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Smoke ‘Em If You’ve Got ‘Em Review

When the rest of the world was making Threads, Miracle Mile and The Day After, Australia was busy making Smoke ‘Em If You’ve Got ‘Em. Writer/director Ray Boseley plugs in the amp, loads up the bong, and turns ...
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The School Review

After 2 years of looking for a way to bring her young son David (Morrison Gammon) out of a coma, Dr. Amy Wintercraig (Megan Drury) finds herself pulled into an eerie underworld filled with ghosts, dead bodies ...
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Samson & Delilah – Sadly Timeless

Every now and then a film comes along that, for you, will never become irrelevant. The themes that it carries, the messages it sends, the honesty and compassion it expresses just align with what you feel and w...
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In Like Flynn Review

In Like Flynn, the latest offering from iconic Australian director Russel Mulcahy is a bumpy ride.  Mulcahy, whose credits include Razorback, Highlander, Resident Evil: Extinction, the underrated Give ‘em...
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Jirga Review

War stories on film are often focused on the soldiers journey, presenting their path in war as an 'us v them' mentality. So rarely do they explore what the 'other side' is going through, possibly for fear of h...