News: Miss Fisher’s Murder Mysteries Series 3 Table Read Photos

News: Miss Fisher’s Murder Mysteries Series 3 Table Read Photos

Recently, the Miss Fisher’s Murder Mysteries cast and crew got together for the read through of the first two episodes! The Miss Fisher team are so excited to be filming soon, and posted these photos up on their Facebook page sharing this #MissFisher moment with you all.

Film Review: Force Majeure (2014)

Film Review: Force Majeure (2014)

Force Majeure is certainly a loaded term. French in origin, it denotes a ‘superior force’, one out of human control. It is, in fact, commonly used in law as a form of insurance. If an event out of human control prevents anyone from fulfilling a contractual obligation, regardless of due care taken, force majeure might be cited to excuse liability. […]

Film Review: Son Of A Gun (2014)

Film Review: Son Of A Gun (2014)

Set in the seedy world of prisons and the mafia in Australia is Son of A Gun, directed by Julius Avery and with a screenplay by Avery and John Collee, who provided additional material. It has an intriguing premise, along with an expansive geographic scope, but ultimately this tale of a young man’s unintended induction into the criminal underworld and […]

Film Review: Dracula Untold (2014)

Film Review: Dracula Untold (2014)

Back-stories are tough. They can be done, but normally, when you’re messing with classic literature, it’s best to steer clear, regardless of your historical mindset. Debut director Gary Shore’s Dracula Untold seems like a fitting a case in point. Before Dracula became Dracula, the most famous vampire of all went by the name of Vlad the Impaler. Sold as a […]

CLOSED: Hector and the Search for Happiness Giveaway

CLOSED: Hector and the Search for Happiness Giveaway

Courtesy of Becker Film Group, Film Blerg is giving away 5 double passes to the new film HECTOR AND THE SEARCH FOR HAPPINESS, in cinemas from October 23.   Film Synopsis: HECTOR AND THE SEARCH FOR HAPPINESS is a globe-trotting comedy, in which a dissatisfied London psychiatrist (Simon Pegg) embarks on a continent-crossing trip to discover the key to happiness, with playful appearances from Rosamund Pike, […]

Film Review: Tusk (2014)

Film Review: Tusk (2014)

“You need to go full Walrus”. For better or worse no film is quite as original as cult writer/director Kevin Smith’s similarly themed follow up to his atypical horror film Red State; and it would be safe to say that no film would share it’s origins as a weekly episode from a podcast. Like Red State, Tusk is a surprisingly effective […]

Film Review: The Case Against 8 (2014)

Film Review: The Case Against 8 (2014)

Set and shot over a five year period, The Case Against 8 is a documentary that covers the many lawsuits which resulted from the repeal of gay marriage with Proposition 8 after its brief legalization in the state of California. Already dealing with substantial and narratively rich material, co-writer/directors Ben Cotner and Ryan White take the story a step further and craft […]

Film Review: Gone Girl (2014)

Film Review: Gone Girl (2014)

To call a film nihilistic isn’t necessarily a criticism of the given film, and if ever there was a case in point, it’s Gone Girl, director David Fincher’s adaptation of Gillian Flynn’s best-selling novel. Pessimism, cynicism, you can call it whatever you want, the entire film revels in its darkness: its story, its characters and its themes, but it also […]