Everybody’s Talking About Jamie

Everybody’s Talking About Jamie

Based on the Stage Musical of the same name, Everybody’s Talking About Jamie is the story of 16-year-old Jamie New who dreams of becoming a drag queen. Set in Sheffield, England, the film follows Jamie (Max Harwood) on a journey of...

Worth (2021) Review

Worth (2021) Review

As we approached the 20th anniversary of the September 11 attacks, Sara Colangelo’s Netflix film Worth, starring Michael Keaton, Amy Ryan and Stanley Tucci, presented as an emotional, untold story, led by a high-accredited cast asking audiences...

The New Cinderella Review

The New Cinderella Review

Kay Cannon’s new Cinderella movie challenges the antiquated trope of the usual fairytale storyline with strong messages of female empowerment and equality, however, it is somewhat forgettable as the overall silliness and pantomime feeling of...

Coming Attractions – September

Coming Attractions – September

What a month September was meant to be for cinematic releases in Australia. But, like everything in the last two years the September movie releases have been, well, stuffed basically, by Covid-19 and the restrictions that come along with it. If you’re a reader from basically any country other than Australia you can probably head to the cinema and see these films as scheduled. But here in Oz, we had to do a bit of guesswork. Several movies have been rescheduled and a number have been moved onto streaming services. Here’s what we’re looking forward to.

Before You Watch – Rocky Horror (1975)

Before You Watch – Rocky Horror (1975)

Glam rock meets B-grade horror meets rock and roll meets a horny scientist. Richard O’Brien and Jim Sharman’s 1975 The Rocky Horror Picture Show, based on O’Brien’s stage musical, The Rocky Horror Show is the ultimate cult classic.  Panned by...

Classic Review – Rear Window (1954)

Classic Review – Rear Window (1954)

Rear Window (1954), written by John Michael Hayes, is Alfred Hitchcock’s self-proclaimed masterpiece. It’s one of our favourite classics and it was great fun to do a Rear Window review for what would’ve been Hitch’s 122nd birthday. If you...

Sky High (2005) – A Nostalgic Rewatch

Sky High (2005) – A Nostalgic Rewatch

In Sky High, Disney brings us their second superhero family hot on the tail of The Incredibles. While it's not the best of Disney's family classics it's a bit of fun.  The Strongholds, Steven (Kurt Russell), Josie (Kelly Preston) and Will...