FILM & TV
Golden Guitar and CMC Award winner, Fanny Lumsden, covers KC & The Sunshine Band’s Give It Up on Live On The Lot.
Australia’s favourite film and television critiques, CJ Johnson and Jim Flanagan, return to review one of the most anticipated films of 2017: Blade Runner 2049.
John Denver’s Annie’s Song was used very prominently in this year’s Free Fire and Okja. His song Take Me Home Country Roads was used very prominently in Alien Covenant and Logan Lucky. Now, Kingsman: The Golden Circle uses both, very prominently. Channing Tatum was in Logan Lucky and is now in Kingsman. Co-incidence? I don’t […]
Jim Flanagan returns to Watch This and sits down for an in-depth analysis of Darren Aronofsky’s latest film mother! starring Jennifer Lawrence and Javier Bardem.
Darren Aronofsky’s phantasmagoric fantasia on art, fame, success, religion, politics and the cult of celebrity erupts relentlessly and furiously. It is the angriest, most dynamic film I’ve seen this year, and probably the best film hailing from the US (although it seems to have been shot in Quebec).
Contrary to the brilliant trailer-cutting department at Warner Bros., It is not a scary movie. What It is, is a young-teens-on-bikes small-town-USA ‘80s-set adventure yarn, like Netflix’s Stranger Things, with which It shares much in common. Stranger Things, as an intellectual exercise, imagines a Stephen King-like story as directed by Steven Spielberg. It is based […]
Trail blazing Australian film maker, Enzo Tedeschi joins CJ on Watch This to discuss the DeadHouse Films empire and his latest project Event Zero.
Why won’t audiences embrace new space operas? John Carter of Mars, Jupiter Ascending and now Valerian and The City of a Thousand Planets all met tepid to disastrous box office responses in most national markets, all but assuring an unlikely franchise future. Meanwhile, any old Star Trek or Star Wars film will make at least […]
CJ Johnson et le directeur de l’Alliance Française Festival du Cinéma Classique, Philippe Platel, discutent les six films de Jean-Paul Belmondo dans le festival.
CJ Johnson sits down with the director of the Alliance Francaise Classic Film Festival 2017, Philippe Platel, to discuss six films from the iconic Jean-Paul Belmondo made between 1961 and 1974.