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THE HEIRESSES
A delicate exploration of sexuality, ageing, class, and privilege.
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SWITCHCast 'Rockabul' director Travis Beard and 'Thunder Road' actor/writer/director Jim Cummings Interviews
Charlie and Ashley present a special episode of SWITCHCast, with interviews with Travis Beard, the director of 'Rockabul', and the writer, director and star of 'Thunder Road', Jim Cummings.
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Her Smell - She's off the deep end, watch as she dives in
HER SMELL
She's off the deep end, watch as she dives in
The supporting cast performances, like their characters, are overshadowed by the larger-than-life Becky, a tornado of hysteria and booze, brought to life with a performance that reeks of excellence.
2040 - A hopeful look into our environmental future
2040
A hopeful look into our environmental future
An entertaining and uplifting package, this documentary is informative, thought-provoking and was clearly made with good intentions.
The Drummer and the Keeper - Fun and sensitive but a little too safe
THE DRUMMER AND THE KEEPER
Fun and sensitive but a little too safe
While it may devolve into predictability, ‘The Drummer and the Keeper’ is an amusing and moving journey that celebrates the conditions of its characters rather than humiliate them.
Dublin Oldschool - A flat and tuneless rave drama
DUBLIN OLDSCHOOL
A flat and tuneless rave drama
Superficially glancing at the serious implications of drug use and addiction without ever engaging, ‘Dublin Oldschool’ is little more than an empty high followed by a numb comedown.
Asterix: The Secret of the Magic Potion - An almighty family animation adventure
WIN ASTERIX: THE SECRET OF THE MAGIC POTION
An almighty family animation adventure
Win one of five double passes to see ‘Asterix: The Secret of the Magic Potion’ in cinemas.
Triple Threat - The world's biggest action stars combined
WIN TRIPLE THREAT
The world's biggest action stars combined
Win one of five copies of 'Triple Threat' on DVD.
Piranhas - Boys will be boys
PIRANHAS
Boys will be boys
Although these boys are on the cusp of manhood, the film still feels like you’re watching kids fighting in the sandpit, only someone has given them firearms.
Between Land and Sea - Surfing, Irish-style
BETWEEN LAND AND SEA
Surfing, Irish-style
This is by no means the typical adrenaline-fuelled surf film. Instead, it presents the audience with an immersive and thought-provoking portrait of a people and a place.
Little Woods - Trekking to society's outskirts
LITTLE WOODS
Trekking to society's outskirts
A quietly moving study of rural American life that feels more precise than most debut films. Ultimately, it’s a story about the nourishing power of female friendship in the thick of adversity.
Notting Hill's 20th anniversary - The essential romantic Richard Curtis
NOTTING HILL'S 20TH ANNIVERSARY
The essential romantic Richard Curtis
It’s hard to believe we’ve been quoting “I’m also just a girl, standing in front of a boy, asking him to love her” for 20 years. Jess looks at the man who penned that infamous line, Richard Curtis.
John Wick: Chapter 3 – Parabellum - Third time's a charm
JOHN WICK: CHAPTER 3 – PARABELLUM
Third time's a charm
Those with a delicate heart need not apply for ‘Parabellum’; the first fifteen minutes alone are packed with some of the most brutal on-screen kills since, well, the last ‘John Wick’ film.
Asterix: The Secret of the Magic Potion - 60 years on, Asterix is as fresh as ever
ASTERIX: THE SECRET OF THE MAGIC POTION
60 years on, Asterix is as fresh as ever
If you're a fan of Asterix, it'll bring a smile to your face, but it's a must for any fans of animation.
The Realm - Kinetic political thrills
THE REALM
Kinetic political thrills
There is a propulsive rhythm to ‘The Realm’, with conspiracy, corruption and scandal being just a few of the enduring themes, along with a light sprinkling of car chases.
Rockabul - Changing minds through music
ROCKABUL
Changing minds through music
For District Unknown to have brought elation to its band members and young generations of Afghanis is revelatory. This is the story of people slowly changing minds through the power of creativity.
Peterloo - An extremely detailed and methodical period piece
PETERLOO
An extremely detailed and methodical period piece
A scrupulously accurate movie about the Peterloo Massacre, steeped in background detail, with a relevance that still echoes today.
Under The Silver Lake - Not so deep
UNDER THE SILVER LAKE
Not so deep
David Robert Mitchell wanted to throw as many left-field camera angles, score swells, and strange attempts at humour at a wall to see what would stick. By the time the credits roll it just feels like a whole lot of treading water for no reason.
2040 - A picture of a greener future
WIN 2040
A picture of a greener future
Win one of five double passes to see '2040' in cinemas.
Poms - Cheerleading has officially been cancelled
POMS
Cheerleading has officially been cancelled
It takes what sounds like an enjoyable time and turns it into a bunch of lazy clichés. Don't suffer through this one.
Sydney Film Festival 2019 - This year's line-up announced
SYDNEY FILM FESTIVAL 2019
This year's line-up announced
It's hard to believe it's less than a month until it kicks off - and this year, there's highly-anticipated Australian films, along with a big-name international offerings and intriguing documentaries.
Sew the Winter to my Skin - The birth of an outlaw and folk hero
SEW THE WINTER TO MY SKIN
The birth of an outlaw and folk hero
A hypnotic neo-Western film of captivating power, with plenty of sublimely beautiful moments.
Rockabul - Travis Beard on documenting Afghanistan's first heavy metal band
ROCKABUL
Travis Beard on documenting Afghanistan's first heavy metal band
Australian Travis Beard befriended a group of Afghani locals who formed District Unknown, Afghanistan’s first heavy metal band. Charlie spoke to Travis ahead of the film’s Australian release.
The Crow - What could have been 25 years after the film's release
THE CROW
What could have been 25 years after the film's release
25 years ago, a film came out staring a virtual unknown. On paper, this film should never have been made. Yet here we are, a quarter of a century later, talking about it. Admiring it.
Dogman - Italian crime drama with a sardonic bite
DOGMAN
Italian crime drama with a sardonic bite
Tense, bowstring tight and to the point, yet possessing a sardonic sense of humour, ‘Dogman’ will follow you home after you leave the cinema.
Pokémon Detective Pikachu - Shockingly good fun
POKÉMON DETECTIVE PIKACHU
Shockingly good fun
With enough twists and turns and heartfelt moments, it's a fantastic film that delivers more than you could ever expect. One might say it’s the very best, like no one ever was.
The Night Eats the World - The horrors of loneliness
THE NIGHT EATS THE WORLD
The horrors of loneliness
This zombie film is not an action-packed gore-fest. Instead, it poses questions about the nature of humanity and loneliness.
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