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Film Review: World War Z (2013)

world war zBefore you say ‘ergh, not more zombies’, it may surprise you to hear that Marc Forster’s World War Z (it’s pronounced ‘zee’ not ‘zed’) is not as bad as you think. Even if you don’t much rate Brad Pitt as an actor, he does have a good eye for roles.

Film Review: Cockneys vs Zombies (2012)

Zombie movies are all the rage right now and seem on a path to knock vampires off the top of the preferred mystical creature to use in a film ranks, but there is a huge divide between good Zombie movies and bad Zombie movies.

Film Review: After Earth (2013)

After Earth is a little slow moving at times and the drama is derivative but it’s a solid sci-fi film with solid action and some really sweet moments between father and son.

TV Recap: The Doctor Blake Mysteries, Episode 7

Episode 7 of The Doctor Blake Mysteries is titled ‘Bedlam’ and is not surprisingly set in an asylum in chilly old Ballarat. Written by Chris Corbett instead of regular Stuart Page, this episode has a bit more vavoom to it than previous episodes past.

Film Review: Broken City (2013)

There’s not much groundbreaking going on in Broken City, but, to be fair, there is a quality to this run-of-the-mill genre picture that keeps you engaged through to its final credits. In part, this can boiled down to its director, Allen Hughes, and the film’s star-studded supporting cast.

Film Review: I Give It a Year (2012)

Written and directed by Dan Mazer (known for his work with Sacha Baron Cohen on such films as Borat and Bruno), I Give It A Year shows you life after marriage for young impulsive couple Nat (Aussie Rose Byrne famous for being the “perfect” bridesmaid in Bridesmaids) and Josh (Rafe Spall).

Top 10 of 2012

Having spent much time carefully considering the options, Film Blerg is happy to present our Top 10 of 2012 (or as we affectionately call…