THE GOOD THE BAD THE UGLY FILM SHOW PODCAST EPISODE #131

This week on The Good The Bad The Ugly Film Show Adam, Greg and Nick take a look at new release films ‘Poltergeist,’ ‘Partisian,’ ‘Tomorrowland,’ ‘San Andreas,’ and ‘Gemma Bovery′ . This episode also contains interviews with George Clooney, Hugh Laurie, Dwayne Johnson, Alexandria Daddario, Carla Cugina and ACMI's Spiro Economopoulos about the Jazz On Film Festival. To listen to the show you can download it for free from our Podcast Channel  – Listen/Download here. Continue reading

PARTISAN

Reviewed by GREG KING Director: Ariel Kleiman Stars: Vincent Cassel, Jeremy Chabriel, Florence Mazzara. Australian filmmaker Ariel Kleiman hails from a background in short films and short documentaries (his 2010 20-minute short Deeper Than Yesterday has won several awards) and this background shapes his debut feature film. The grim but flawed Partisan is a bleak coming of age tale set against the backdrop of a sinister cult run by Gregori, a charismatic Fagin-like leader (played by French actor Vincent Cassel), who is an expert at brainwashing recruits from an early Continue reading

TOUCH – interview with Christopher Houghton

by GREG KING Touch is a new Australian film, part dark love story and part edgy psychological thriller. With Touch gaining a staggered release across the country, Greg caught up with writer/director Christopher Houghton to find out more. http://www.mediafire.com/lis…/ty65406v5bpggrj/200505_001.MP3   Continue reading

ST KILDA FILM FESTIVAL 2015 – interview with PAUL HARRIS

by GREG KING The 32nd St Kilda Film Festival kicks off on Thursday May 22 with opening night at the Palais Theatre. The Festival then continues until May 31, with screenings taking place at the St Kilda Town Hall. To find out more about the 2015 St Kilda Film Festival, Greg spoke with the festival director Paul Harris. http://www.mediafire.com/lis…/ferqxcigl0z5s19/200430_001.MP3   Continue reading

PARTISAN – ARIEL KLEIMAN INTERVIEW

by GREG KING. "My short films were made as student films in a very unprofessional and renegade manner, but I think that grounding helped," says Australian filmmaker Ariel Kleiman about his debut feature film Partisan, which hits local cinemas on May 28. Partisan is a grim coming of age tale set against the backdrop of a sinister cult run by Gregori, a charismatic Fagin-like leader played by French actor Vincent Cassel, and young children who are indoctrinated into a world of violence as trained assassins. The central character is an eleven year old boy named Alexander, Continue reading