5

Back of the Net Review

When asked to have a look at Back of the Net, my main motivation for doing so was a chance to interview the films director, Louise Alston (My first ever interview). In fact, I jumped at the chance. I love ...
3.5

Next of Kin Bluray Review

Bored. That’s what I was feeling roughly half-way through Next of Kin. But, as it wore on, it surprisingly began to demand my attention, and by the end, I was completely engaged. Next of Kin revolves around Li...
4.5

The Chain Reaction Review

Steve Bisley. A name I would generally associate with only Water Rats. Maybe, just maybe I might think of Mad Max or Red Hill. But generally, if you said to me, “remember Steve Bisley”? I would reply with, “th...
3

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...
2.5

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...
5

The Endless Review

The Endless is a low budget film. You can just tell. From the (at times) poor acting to the poor lighting and the average special effects. However monetary constraints do not stop Aaron Moorhead (Co-Director) a...
4

Cargo Review

Back in 2013, after short film festival Tropfest, Yolanda Ramke and Ben Howling offered the short film Cargo to the world. The YouTube release went off and the film currently holds over 14 million views. Luckil...