MELBOURNE UNDERGROUND FILM FESTIVAL 2014 – interview with Richard Wolstencroft

by GREG KING The 15th annual Melbourne Underground Film Festival screens at the Backlot in Southbank from September 12 - September 19. The festival opens with Start Options Exit and closes with a screening of Stuart Simpson's Chocolate Strawberry Vanilla. To find out a bit more about MUFF, Greg King spoke to Festival director Richard Wolstencroft Continue reading


This week on The Good The Bad The Ugly Film Show Dave, Greg and Nick take a look at new release films ‘Joe’, ”If I Stay,’ ‘Wetlands,’ The Grandmaster,’ ‘Into The Storm,’ ‘Boyhood,’ ‘What We Do In The Shadows and ‘The Reckoning′. This episode also contains an interview with Chloe Grace Moretz, Richard Armitage and John V. Soto. Also make sure you take a listen to see what you need to do to win tickets to see Sin City: A Dame To Die For. To listen to the show you can download it for free from our Podcast Channel – Listen/Download here Continue reading

THE INFINITE MAN – interview with Hugh Sullivan

by GREG KING The Infinite Man is a new romantic comedy that uses time travel as a device to kick start the plot. The film is the debut feature from writer/director Hugh Sullivan. Greg King spoke to Hugh to find out more about the film.   Continue reading


Reviewed by GREG KING Director: John V Soto Stars: Jonathan Lapaglia, Viva Bianca, Hanna Mangan-Lawrence, Luke Hemsworth, Alex Williams, Amanda Dow. The crime thriller is one of the few genres that Australian film makers seem to do well, and we have a superior example of the genre with Felony currently screening. The low budget crime drama The Reckoning will unfortunately struggle to receive even half the accolades and recognition that Matthew Saville's drama has garnered. This low budget local crime drama will probably be cynically identified as that film that Continue reading


Reviewed by GREG KING Directors: Michael and Peter Spierig Stars: Ethan Hawke, Sarah Snook, Noah Taylor, Christopher Kirby. I came, I watched, I left scratching my head. Predestination is a mind bending time travel sci-fi drama that raises a lot of questions but struggles to provide adequate answers. It's one of those puzzling and complex films that almost demands to be seen twice in order to assemble the pieces of the puzzle, a bit like Inception, etc. Predestination is the third film from local twin filmmaking brothers Peter and Michael Spierig, who obviously have Continue reading