Film reviews, TV shows
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In the days of films like The Exorcist (1973) and Poltergeist (1982), the horror genre had a respectable reputation. Helmed by talented screenwriters and directors, the films werenâ€™t just there for a cheap thrill, and were easily capable of matching the quality of other critically acclaimed movies. Today, it seems, quality has been traded in for reboots and repetition.
Following the tragedy that has occurred in Orlando, the LGBTIQ+ community could do with a pick-me-up. So to shine some light on a difficult time, weâ€™ve put together a list of LGBTIQ+ films with happy endings to binge-watch. While theyâ€™re sadly rare to come across, they do exist! And here are a few of our favourites.
It’s Thursday afternoon, finally a little warm at the Tryp Hotel in Fortitude Valley, and I’m thrilled to be sitting down with two guys for whom I have a lot of respect. Director/writer Martin McKenna and Matt Colwell are in Brisbane to showcase their debut foray into theÂ realm of feature films:Â Is This The Real World.
In 2013, Australian filmmaker Ivan Sen opened the Sydney Film Festival with his film Mystery Road. This year, he hasÂ doneÂ so again with his latest piece of work Goldstone opening the 63rd Sydney Film Festival on June 8th.
Ever thought to yourself,Â I need some more Scandinavian culture in my life? Here you go.
In September, horror will arrive at Mount Cotton for a three day event of monsters, mazes and video nasties.Â
Australian streaming service Stan released their second original six-part series, Wolf Creek, last week, and since then the series has already been viewed half a million times, making it Stanâ€™s most popular release yet.
In an attempt at shock-value, The 100Â â€™s seventh episode of season 3 saw the wildly popular Commander Lexa, shot to death only moments after her long awaited romantic reunion with main character Clarke.
â€œWhat interests me, where it also started I guess, is going to the cinema. Itâ€™s this unique experience.â€
Oh love, the one thing that can either elevate us or destroy us. The one thing that can unite us or separate us. As well as the one thing that can make us extremely envious or simply repulsed. It is universal, timeless and without boundaries or limitations.