Reviewed by GREG KING Director: Olivier Assayas Stars: Kristen Stewart, Lars Eidinger, Sigrid Bouaziz, Nora von Waldstatten, Ty Olwin, Hammou Graia. Kristen Stewart is one of the more interesting actresses of her generation. Following the success of the tween vampire series Twilight, which gave her a higher profile, she has chosen to appear in intriguing and smaller budget art house fare and independent films like Adventureland, Welcome To The Rileys, Still Alice, etc; she played rocker Joan Jett in The Runaways; she has appeared in big budget fantasy films like Continue reading


Reviewed by GREG KING Director: Dean Israelite Stars: Dacre Montgomery, Elizabeth Banks, RJ Cyler, Naomi Scott, Ludi Lin, Becky G, Bryan Cranston, Bill Hader. A series about a group of teenagers given super powers by an alien, The Mighty Morphin Power Rangers were popular on tv in the 90s. Created by Haim Saban, the show adapted some stock footage from a Japanese series as well as creating new adventures. There was also a feature length movie produced in 1995, and several spin offs, and a range of toy action figures, comic books and video games. Costing some Continue reading


Now in its 27th year, the Melbourne Queer Film Festival has presented the best of queer cinema from Australia and around the world. The festival has continued to evolve, and this year the organisers present their largest and most diverse program yet, offering a mix of genres, documentaries and short film packages. The opening night film is I Am Michael, starring James Franco, and is based on the controversial life story of celebrated gay activist Michael Glatze. It also stars Zachary Quinto, from the rebooted Star Trek series. The closing night film is the comedy Women Who Continue reading

ALLIANCE FRANCAISE FRENCH FILM FESTIVAL 2017 – interview with artistic director Philippe Platel

by GREG KING   The 28th Alliance Francaise French Film Festival screens at Palace cinemas across Australia throughout March. The 45 films screening in this year’s festival offer a wonderful mix of artistry  and genres, and feature some of the biggest names in French cinema. The opening night film is The Odyssey, a biopic about the legendary Jacques Costeau, while closing the festival this year is the new comedy A Bun In The Oven, starring Karin Viard. Greg spoke to the festival’s new artistic director Philippe Platel to find out more about what’s on offer for Continue reading


This week on The Good The Bad The Ugly Film Show Adam, Dave, Greg and Nick  take a look at new release films ‘XXX: The Return Of Xander Cage,’ ‘Manchester By The Sea,’ ‘Gold,’ ‘Le Ride,’ and ‘Patriot’s Day’. This episode also contains interviews with Vin Diesel, Peter Berg, Mark Wahlberg, Phil Keoghan (Le Ride) and Axle Gunn (Fizzy TV). You can listen to The Good The Bad The Ugly Film Show or download it for free from our Podcast Channel – Listen/Download here. Continue reading