Brace yourself for epic Black Panther

Marvel Studios’ Black Panther Long Live the King is a vibrant film that uses fantasy to deliver a hip modern take on African tribes and their traditional dress, ceremonies, battles for the title of King and ways to save the world. Based on Marvel Comics, the 2018 American superhero film Black Panther follows the story…

Grab a ticket to Alien Covenant

Alien: Covenant is the sequel to Prometheus and the sixth overall movie in the Alien series. It’s now 2109 and the crew of the Covenant are transporting 2,000 colonists to paradise planet Origae-6 in order to start a new life. After suffering a flight tragedy from a solar flare that kills their captain, pilot Tennessee…

John Wick Chapter 2 is in cinemas

John Wick Chapter 2 merits the kind of health warning you’d see before getting on a roller coaster at a theme park.  Heart stopping adrenaline fuel action ensues as soon as the curtain opens.  Between all of the fast cars, big guns and elaborate fight scenes there’s barely an opportunity to catch your breath. Keanu…

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Silence

Martin Scorsese wrote his first script for Silence almost 30 years ago and he has finally made a film that is intense, wonderfully acted and displays beautiful cinematography. In mid to late1600s in Japan, Jesuit priest Father Ferreira (played by Liam Neeson) has been captured by a man known as the Inquisitor for introducing Japanese…

Nocturnal Animals

Nocturnal Animals is a haunting romantic thriller of shocking intimacy and gripping tension that explores the thin lines between love and cruelty, revenge and redemption. Adapted from Austin Wright’s 1993 novel Tony and Susan, director Tom Ford describes it as “a cautionary tale about coming to terms with the choices we make and the life that…

Miss Peregrine’s family friendly film

Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children, based on the best selling-novel, is a Tim Burton themed wonderland. From gothic visuals and costumes to the recurring character types, Tim Burton’s style is visibly translated across everything he touches, and this film is no different. The film is equal parts dark, spooky and quirky and follows the…

Lavazza Italian Film Festival’s The Space Between

Lavazza Italian Film Festival is set to bring audiences a first look at the Italian Australian drama ‘The Space Between’ at Palace Barracks Cinemas. From the outset and throughout, The Space Between echoes writer-director Ruth Borgobello’s aim in that it truly is an appetite for the senses. Stunning, powerful, colour-filled scenes create pivotal moments scattered…