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Red Siren

WORLD CINEMA

Based on the novel by Maurice G. Dantec, Red Siren is a thoughtful and emotionally affecting film that brings us to a showdown with Eva tempting her young daughter to be just like mommy. More…

IN FOCUS

In Focus

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Amen
Amen

An immensely powerful and gripping film, based on the 1963 play by Rolf Hochhuth, that seeks to examine the close links between the Roman Catholic Church and Nazi Germany. More…

Time Of The Wolf
Time Of The Wolf

Written and directed by Michael Haneke, Le Temps du Loup brings us face to face with the end of the world as we know it and introduces to the Laurent family as they try to find a safe place to stay. More…

21st CENTURY CINEMA

The Host
The Host

Intelligent and entertaining, The Host forces us to ask questions about what makes us who we are and it’s no wonder Niccol chose to direct it, as he’s dealt with these themes several times before. More…

THE EMPORIUM

Eyes Wide Shut
Eyes Wide Shut

Norman Buckley brings us a look at Stanley Kubrick’s controversial and almost universally misunderstood Eyes Wide Shut, starring Tom Cruise and Nicole Kidman. More…

CINEMA REVIEWS

The Hobbit 2
The Hobbit 2

In Peter Jackson’s second installment of Tolkien’s The Hobbit, the dwarves, along with Bilbo and Gandalf, continue their quest to reclaim the treasures Smaug the dragon stole. More…

Blu-ray & DVD

Dallas Buyers Club
Dallas Buyers Club

In 1985 Ron Woodroof was diagnosed with AIDS and just 30 days to live. He smuggled unapproved pharmaceutical drugs and found more effective at improving his symptoms. More…

DOCUMENTARIES

The Animal Communicator
The Animal Communicator

Separation is an illusion – we are one. Anna Breytenbach shows us how we can bridge the gap between ourselves and the animal kingdom and unite in harmony. More…

TELEVISION SERIES

Dynasty, Season 1
Dynasty, Season 1

As the show that introduced us to the warring Carringtons and Colbys, Dynasty arrived in 1981 with a level of style and decadence that would make shows today pale by comparison. More…

WORLD CINEMA

Le Samouraï
Le Samouraï

We take a look at Jean-Pierre Melville’s classic 1967 thriller Le Samouraï, starring Alain Delon as Jef Costello, a beautiful killer with a beautiful face, and he won’t leave a trace. More…

MOVIE CLASSICS

Wild River
Wild River

Elia Kazan’s smoldering drama sees a representative of the TVA struggling with convincing an elderly woman to sell her land before it’s flooded, and containing his feelings for her widowed granddaughter. More…

CULT MOVIES

The Terminator
The Terminator

Ian Roberts takes a look at some of the queer and feminist theories that have surfaced over the years in relation to James Cameron’s 1984 cult classic science-fiction film, The Terminator. More…

EARLY CINEMA

Sunrise: A Story Of Two Humans
Sunrise: A Story Of Two Humans

Adapted by Carl Mayer from the short story Die Reise nach Tilsit, F. W. Murnau’s Sunrise: A Song of Two Humans is nothing short of a triumph in the realm of early cinema. More…

JAPANESE CINEMA

Dark Water
Dark Water

Hideo Nakata’s Dark Water goes beyond the scares of the menacing vengeful spirit with a solid foundation of drama that clicks into place brilliantly with supernatural horror. More…

SOUNDTRACKS

Samsara
Samsara

Michael Stearns, Lisa Gerrard and Marcello De Francisci’s score for Ron Fricke’s Samsara yields some wonderful surprises, despite quite a few omissions from the film. More…

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