Outback Vampires is not a lost Ozploitation classic, but for all its slog, I'm glad I checked it out. There's enough head-scratching weirdness to make it a worthwhile watch. It would have been an incredible experience to stumble across this on TV.
This is a film that absolutely does not pull any punches. Characters are killed unceremoniously, and there's no heroes to be found. This is one heck of a mean-spirited movie.
Junkies, dodgy video effects, and a guy in a frog suit making out with a woman. Hello, Brainblast.
With the latest film on the Marvel conveyor belt/money printing machine, Avengers: Age of Ultron, around the corner, it's a good time to review one of Australia's greatest superhero movies, well, one of Australia's two superhero movies – The Return of Captain Invincible.
Houseboat Horror is 86 minutes of all-round terrible filmmaking and it is so-bad-it's-good at its finest. Wooden acting, a non-existent plot, scenes with no connection to the story, mullets – it's all there. A must for fans of Australian films and awful horror flicks.
Pandemonium is all a bit too much. At times I felt like Alex from A Clockwork Orange. Eyes forced open, burping and panicking, as a constant stream of mania spilled into my face.
Thomas Jane and John Cusack drive each other hard in Brian Trenchard-Smith’s latest action-comedy Drive Hard.
Celebrate Australia Day or any other day by watching Australia's best rap man in his breathtaking biopic Still Flowin The Movie.
Chocolate Strawberry Vanilla had a far stronger emotional resonance than I expected, and it features one of the most honest lead performance seen in Aussie cinema for some time.
From Stanley Kramer’s melodrama On the Beach, George Miller’s masterful Mad Max, to the stupefying Sons of Steel (to name a few), Australia has featured in a spattering of post-apocalyptic films. But none are as upbeat and pumping as Smoke ‘Em If You Got ‘Em.
Why would you waste 10 minutes of your life reading a post about Wet and Wild Summer!? Most importantly, why would you waste 95 minutes of your life watching it, like I did? There is one special reason: Christopher Atkins. Or to be exact: Christopher Atkins’ magical face.