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    Frightfest 2010: Red Hill

    “A well made pulpy-genre piece that entertains as well as provoking some genuine emotion thanks to its earnest final showdown…” Red Hill Directed by Patrick Hughes Red Hill is a slightly oddball yet very sincere modern-day Australian cowboy movie. Its setup is simple: city cop moves to backwards middle-of-nowhere town with his pregnant wife to […] More

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    This Movie is Broken

    “Worth recommending to fans of music, whether or not you are familiar with the workings of Broken Social Scene…” This Movie Is Broken Directed by Bruce McDonald Whether or not Bruce McDonald’s experiments in filmmaking are always successful, his passion and continued desire to push the limits of the medium in both form and content […] More

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    Trailer: Red Hill

    Ryan Kwanten made a couple of movies in Australia during the last hiatus and here’s the official trailer for one of them – Red Hill, an outlaw western thriller, which also stars Steve Bisley (I Love You Too), Tom E.Lewis (The Proposition), Claire van der Boom (TVs The Pacific) and Kevin Harrington (TVs Underbelly). Synopsis: […] More

  • Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Is Making A Big Comeback

    Paramount Pictures has announced who the screenwriters will be for the new Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles movie. According to HeatVision, Art Marcum and Matt Holloway (Iron Man, Punisher: War Zone) have signed on to pen the new feature which is in development with Michael Bay’s Platinum Dunes. Paramount and Nickelodeon picked up the rights to […] More

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    Monsters Trailer #2

    The new HD trailer for Monsters is out today. While it builds of some previous footage from the first trailer, this new polished look at the highly anticipated film is well welcomed. “Six years ago NASA discovered the possibility of alien life within our solar system. A probe was launched to collect samples, but crashed […] More

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    “Don’t Look up, Look at Skyline’s first trailer”

    The first time Skyline got any real exposure was at this year’s Comic-Con, and since then we’ve been hearing nothing but promising things about it. While at first glance it seems to follow the cookie-cutter formula for most Alien Invasion movies- We search for alien life forms, they find us, all hell breaks loose- after […] More

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    Sound On Sight Radio Rewind: Episode #185: Un Prophète / Talk To Her

    We continue our spotlight on international cinema with one of last year’s most widely praised features, Jacques Audiard’s epic crime/prison drama “A Prophet,” which makes its Montreal debut this week, and is up for an Academy Award for Best Foreign Feature. We also continue our look at Pedro Almodovar’s filmography with what may be his […] More

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    Must Love Death

    Our column “Hidden Gems” is dedicated to those great films that many people have overlooked and or have found trouble finding distribution across the globe. Must Love Death Directed by Andreas Schaap Offhand, it’s difficult to think of another film that features both a “meet cute” and a nail gun, but in his first feature, […] More

  • Ten Great Australian Films You May Not Have Seen

    Australia: home of outlandish stereotypes, Mrs. Mac’s Meat Pies, and an impressive film industry that makes Canadians like me fairly jealous. Shamefully, Australian films tend to have a difficult time being distributed outside Australia. Of course, nobody with a DVD player has to rely on the movie theatre – here are ten quite excellent Australian […] More

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    Teaser: The Avengers

    The Avengers comic con teaser trailer has now appeared online. /film was the first site to break this story and they posted the trailer on their web site. Click below for my thoughts and the trailer. So, before all you geeks collectively wet yourself with joy, this teaser shows us no new footage whatsoever. However, […] More

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    Tuesday Movie Poster Round Up

    1. Red Grade: C- I chose this poster because it made me chuckle. I looked past it a handful of times without much notice, but then, maybe it was the color that drew me too it, I decided to take a closer look, and saw the tag line. It speaks for itself, and every time […] More

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