The World’s Favourite Toys Are Back in the Adventure of a Lifetime!

This year, Disney and Pixar’s “Toy Story 4” took audiences on a hilarious and heartwarming road tripwith Woody, Buzz Lightyear and the whole gang, earning a 98 percent critics rating on RottenTomatoes and more than $1 billion at the global box office. Packed with old friends and new faces,the fourth film in the beloved Toy […]

Flipping off the Führer: JIFF Announces ‘Jojo Rabbit’ First Australian Screenings

The Jewish International Film Festival (23 October – 21 November) announces a special Australian preview of Fox Searchlight Pictures’ Jojo Rabbit, the highly-anticipated World War II satire by Oscar-nominated director Taika Waititi, as the Festival’s Closing Night film.  Jojo Rabbit will have its first Australian screenings on Wednesday 20 November at Classic Cinemas, Elsternwick in Melbourne, and on Thursday 21 November at Ritz […]

People vanish in Facebook Watch-series ‘Limetown’

People vanish. The truth doesn’t. Facebook‘s free streaming service Facebook Watch released a first trailer of their crime-series ‘Limetown‘. In ‘Limetown’ we follow Lia Haddock (Jessica Biel), a journalist for American Public Radio (APR), as she unravels the mystery behind the disappearance of over 300 people at a neuroscience research facility in Tennessee. The series […]

Review – Unbelievable

“If the truth is inconvenient, they don’t believe it. Even if they really care about you…“ You can say what you want about Netflix, but you can’t deny they have the best slate of series out there. The platform drops new high profile shows on a weekly basis, it seems like they’ve figured out what […]

Review – The Farewell

Based on an Actual Lie Lulu Wang‘s story of an independent Chinese-American woman returning to China when her beloved grandmother is diagnosed with terminal cancer, is nothing less but captivating. From the very first shot inside a hospital, the director invites you to tag along with this Chinese family, while they struggle to keep the […]

The Delphi Bank 26th Greek Film Festival Announces 2019 Program

From the poetic drama Epiphany starring AACTA award-winner Alex Dimitriades and irreverent black-comedy The Taverna, to the latest masterpiece by weird wave auteur Yorgos Lanthimos (The Lobster), The Delphi Bank 26th Greek Film Festival (GFF) returns to showcase diverse stories from trailblazing Greek filmmakers across the globe. With 15 superb features, three engaging documentaries and […]

Robert Pattinson and Willem Dafoe go mad in new ‘The Lighthouse’-trailer.

The Lighthouse tells the story of two lighthouse keepers on a remote and mysterious New England island in the 1890s. A24 just released a 2nd official trailer, and it seems like Pattinson and Dafoe are giving it their all. After debuting back in May at Cannes Film Festival, The Lighthouse is still sitting at a […]

Clown-Mania Continues with “Wrinkles The Clown”-trailer

He’s just a phone call away. Magnolia Pictures & Magnet Releasing just released a trailer for what seems to be a horror documentary on “Wrinkles The Clown“, an unidentified man living in Florida, who for a fee of “a few hundred dollars” will attend birthdays, scare misbehaving kids, and prank people. The synopsis of the film […]

Review – The Angry Birds Movie 2

“We’re going to need a bigger slingshot.” – Leonard Worldwide mobile game phenomenon Angry Birds got turned into an animated film back in 2016, which grossed over 5x its budget. The 21st century is known for its need of franchises, so three years later we are getting its very simply titled sequel – The Angry […]

Midsommar Extended Director’s Cut will be Exclusive on Apple TV

Let the festivities begin. Bloody Disgusting reports that the 171 minutes Extended Director’s Cut of Ari Aster’s Midsommar will only be available on Apple Tv, and this from September 24 (US-release date) The iTunes store notes, “Your purchase of Midsommar comes with Ari Aster’s extended and unrated director’s cut, exclusive to Apple TV. Plus go […]