Red State

Known for slacker comedies such as Clerks, Dogma, and Zack & Miri Make A Porno, director Kevin Smith has forayed into the horror genre with Red State in a big way. Dealing with the very controversial subject matter that is fundamental Christianity in America in the form of a horror film will surely turn heads and will offend plenty of people who may find this film too confronting. Read More

TT3D: Closer To The Edge

TT3D: Closer To The Edge follows the 2010 Isle of Man Tourist Trophy, the most renowned motorcycle race in the world. This documentary follows the rigorous training that the racers go through, as well as their passion and their hopes of winning this highly dangerous sport that could very easily end their lives. Read More

Life In A Day

Ever wondered what someone else’s life was like, or what people on the other side of the world are doing at this very moment? Filmmaker brothers Ridley and Tony Scott along with director Kevin MacDonald attempted to answer this question by getting people across 192 countries to film what they did on 24 July 2010. Read More

The Lost Bladesman

Having made the internationally successful Hong Kong crime thriller Infernal Affairs and its sequels (the first film later getting the Hollywood treatment by getting remade as The Departed), it is no surprise that the more successful their films became, the more money film studios were willing to give Felix Chong and Alan Mak to make bigger, more exciting films. Read More

The Lost Girl

The youth of today have grown up with the internet and social networking websites, much of their social interaction happening on these platforms. Despite this communications revolution, The Lost Girl demonstrates that young people still face the same problems they always have. Read More

Princess Dramas

We have all heard the famous fairytales of Snow White and Sleeping Beauty, of how they were headed for certain doom, but were rescued by handsome princes and lived happily ever after. Everyone also knows about former First Lady Jackie Kennedy and her tumultuous marriage to John F. Kennedy. But how do these women feel about their situations? Read More


Having had their big break in Hollywood with 2004’s low budget gore fest Saw, James Wan and Leigh Whannell looked to be the next big shots of the horror genre. While the Saw sequels were helmed by other directors and slaughtered their competition at the box office over the past few years, Wan and Whannell’s own future films did not do so well and went straight to DVD in Australia. Read More