Film Review: Kill the Messenger (2014)

Film Review: Kill the Messenger (2014)

It’s just about that time of the year when all the films that see themselves competing in the upcoming Oscar season start turning up on our shores – at least those that will actually make it here without the post award hype in belated releases. Some of the worthy ones will indeed make the competition for the fateful night when […]

Giveaway: Two Days, One Night

Giveaway: Two Days, One Night

Courtesy of Madman Films, Film Blerg is giving away 5 double passes to the Marion Cotillard film TWO DAYS, ONE NIGHT in cinemas from November 6.   Film Synopsis: Academy Award®-winner Marion Cotillard (La Vie en Rose) is Sandra, a married woman with two children who plans to return to her factory job after a breakdown. However she’s told that she is to be made redundant, while her […]

Giveaway: Love, Rosie

Giveaway: Love, Rosie

Courtesy of StudioCanal, Film Blerg is giving away 5 double passes to the new film LOVE, ROSIE in cinemas from November 6.   Film Synopsis: Based on the hugely successful romantic novel by the same author of PS. I Love You, the film follows two inseparable childhood friends, Rosie (Lily Collins) and Alex (Sam Claflin.)  They take a leap of faith, both on life and on each other, […]

Film Review: Hector and the Search For Happiness (2014)

Film Review: Hector and the Search For Happiness (2014)

Happiness is what we all strive to find and keep, yet its source will always remain somewhat elusive. Sure, possessions and status count for something but endless studies show that when it really comes down to it, happiness depends on more than anything money can buy. It’s important that we make enough money to meet basic needs and have access to […]

Film Review: This Is Where I Leave You (2014)

Film Review: This Is Where I Leave You (2014)

Quite reminiscent of last year’s August: Osage County, Shawn Levy’s This Is Where I Leave You is your run of the mill, part black comedy, part drama that delves into the dysfunctionality of a family at their most vulnerable. Judd (Jason Bateman) is living proof that looks can be deceiving. On the surface he seems to have it all, he’s […]

Film Review: Whiplash (2014)

Film Review: Whiplash (2014)

‘There are no two words in the English language more harmful than good job’ as the despotic conductor, Terence Fletcher (J.K. Simmons) puts it. Charlie Parker didn’t achieve greatness by being told how ‘good’ he was. The drummer, J. Jones, who supposedly threw a cymbal at his feet, was one of the catalysts in Parker’s success. Whiplash, based on the […]

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. […]