Jurassic World

Anybody who has seen Jurassic Park or its follow-ups will know exactly what to expect with Jurassic World. There is nothing new in this latest incarnation of the dinosaur franchise that sets it apart from the original film/s. In fact, it really seems that this is a reboot designed entirely to attract an audience not […]

Teneriffe Music Line-Up Finalised

The complete music program for the Teneriffe Festival this weekend has been finalised and more than 30 artists encompassing myriad musical styles will feature across four stages throughout the festival precinct. From talented newcomers to popular local perfomers to national and international artists, there is certainly plenty of musical variety on offer for festival goers […]

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Now Screening on Mr C Media

Actress Rose McGowan has been in the headlines over the last week or so following her social media post highlighting the sexism that exists in Hollywood (as if we didn’t know already). The controversy has perhaps overshadowed the release of Dawn, a short film directed by McGowan that is now available on You Tube. This is […]

Love & Mercy

Musicians have always been great fodder as the subjects of film biographies, whether they be fictionalised retellings such as the likes of Walk the Line and Ray or documentary productions such as the recent Cobain: Montage of Heck or Amy, the subjects are chosen for reason beyond the music that they have created.  There is […]

The Mafia Only Kills in Summer

Whilst it has been very well received in Europe, I can only assume that there is a particular cultural connection that has played a part in its success because, whilst it is amusing at times, The Mafia Only Kills in Summer is a problematic attempt at delivering a satirical examination of life in Palermo, Italy […]

Scandi Film Fest for Brisbane

If Japanese cinema isn’t your thing (see Cult Japan at Cinemateque), then maybe Scandinavian cinema is more to your liking. Next month, the Scandinavian Film Festival will be held at Palace Centro cinemas, with films from Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Norway and Sweden to feature on the program, which kicks off on Thursday, July 16 with opening […]