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The Daughter

Director: Simon Stone (2016)

This gloomy family drama is a sombre reflection on class, wealth, infidelity and betrayal.

A respectful adaptation of Henrik Ibsen’s play… 152 more words

Movie Review

Film Review: Hunt for the Wilderpeople

It’s a shame Marvel scooped up Taika Waititi. The New Zealand film director, writer, actor, painter, and comedian has been on-point ever since he dropped 2010’s charming coming-of-age dramedy,  694 more words


Daybreakers (2009)

Daybreakers is certainly one of the more interesting vampire films of recent years. None of the topics of the film are brand new, but few films have put them at the centre of their story in such a manner. 491 more words

Vampirism As Disease Trope

Watch: Hunt for the Wilderpeople

From the cracking trailer, it’s hard not to go into this film laughing before the curtains are even drawn. Hunt for the Wilderpeople has already smashed records at the NZ box office, becoming the largest grossing local film of all time. 401 more words

And Then There Was None (2015 BBC One)

5 Kernels

Streaming on Amazon is Agatha Christie’s creepy mystery – And Then There Was None.  The book, originally published in November of 1939, possessed what would be considered today an offensive title.  534 more words



Review by Derrick Carter

Length: 3 (one hour) episodes

Starring: Douglas Booth, Charles Dance, Maeve Dermody, Burn Gorman, Anna Maxwell Martin, Sam Neill, Miranda Richardson, Toby Stephens, Noah Taylor & Aidan Turner… 889 more words


I’m not big on Champagne, but I’d take along a bottle of Cristal to pop for when the boat comes to the rescue. – Sam Neill http://ift.tt/1XdPd3v

Sam Neill