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The preservation of beauty: Peter Weir's Picnic At Hanging Rock

Yesterday I went into HMV, looking for a standard Blu Ray edition of a film I’ve recently seen that has stuck with me since in a way that I can’t quite describe, Peter Weir’s Picnic At Hanging Rock. 714 more words

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Peter Weir's Picnic At Hanging Rock: An appreciation by Nate Hill

Yesterday I went into HMV, looking for a standard Blu Ray edition of a film I’ve recently seen that has stuck with me since in a way that I can’t quite describe, Peter Weir’s Picnic At Hanging Rock. 714 more words

Film Review

Review: "The Voices" (2014)

The Voices (2014) follows Jerry (Ryan Reynolds) a likeable toilet factory worker who spends his time working working 9-5, occasionally helping out at the office party, and having meaningful conversations with his good-natured dog Bosco and his malevolent cat Mr. 134 more words

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Friday Night Frights: Haunt

The horrors of the working week are over, time for a terrifying start to the weekend with Friday Night Frights 331 more words
FIW Horror

"The Voices" (2014)

Grade (7/10)

A uniquely fun, dark-comedy that entertains with a great blend of gore and odd humor.

“THE VOICES” stars Ryan Reynolds as Jerry, a seemingly kind guy who talks to his pets and fails to takes his court ordered medications, something that causes a tail-spin of murderous activities once he is stood up on a date by his office crush. 620 more words

2014

Has Patrick Stewart Lost It?

Patrick Stewart has taken up a new comedy role called Blunt Talk. I think this is what I have been looking for from 2015 TV and film, as it’s been a bit disappointing this year. 249 more words

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Review of Last Cab to Darwin

An excellent Aussie movie – that’s the problem

It’s an excellent Aussie movie – because it so well depicts, unintentionally, the fundamental problem of Australian culture. 165 more words

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