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...
3

I Kill Giants Review

I am generally an optimist. I try to find around a way around the negatives by focusing on the positives, but, as most of you would probably know, that is not always possible. Having said that, the first thing ...
3

Rip Tide Review

For a country that’s well known for its sun drenched beaches, with waves that roll on forever, Australia surprisingly doesn’t have that many surfing films. On top of this, the surfing films that do exist are of...
3.5

Jungle Review

Jungle is a film about a group of three friends (Radcliffe, Russel, Jackson) whom wish to explore and photograph places that no one has ever been before. Their opportunity comes in the form of a shady guide (Kr...
5

Not Quite Hollywood Blu-Ray Review

Mark Hartley’s essential Not Quite Hollywood came at a point in Australian cinema history when it seemed like the faith in the Australian film industry was waning. In the early 2000’s, the quality of Australian...