Author Archives: Elizabeth Flux

100 BLOODY ACRES | INTERVIEW WITH CAMERON AND COLIN CAIRNES

The fertiliser business can be tough going, particularly if your supply of roadkill is not enough to keep up with the demand for your blood and bone mix. Reg and Lindsay Morgan are brothers, small business owners, and occasional body … Continue reading

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THE SOMEWHAT TOLERABLE GATSBY [REVIEW]

People are going to beat their chests and wail about how truly awful this film is. However, that wouldn’t be entirely fair. This film is going to suffer from the weight of expectations based on marketing, past incarnations and a … Continue reading

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RED DWARF X – AN ALLEGORY FOR ROGER FEDERER’S TENNIS CAREER

Creator of Wild Horse and self confessed “target audience member” Rowan Roff leaves the despair squid behind and just goes with it in his discussion of the long awaited Red Dwarf X. After Roger Federer’s disappointing loss to Andy Murray … Continue reading

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GANGSTER SQUAD: A MADE UP STORY ABOUT REAL PEOPLE [REVIEW]

It’s 1949 in Los Angeles and while the young men have finally come home, the war is not over. Mickey Cohen (Sean Penn) is a Jewish boxer who has risen up the ranks of the mob, and has his sights … Continue reading

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you may have missed the boat on: HARPER’S ISLAND

What is it? Harper’s Island is the ideal location for a wedding retreat if you overlook the gruesome killing spree that took place there seven years earlier. For everyone other than Abby,whose mother was one of the original victims, enough … Continue reading

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LIFE OF PI [REVIEW]

Life of Pi brings a whole new meaning to the nautical term “there’s no room to swing a cat,” with the bulk of the film being centred around the 227 days protagonist Pi (Suraj Sharma) spends trapped on a boat … Continue reading

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THE HOBBIT: AN UNEXPECTED JOURNEY INTO THE SILMARILLION [REVIEW]

Bilbo Baggins (Martin Freeman) just wants to be left alone to blow smoke rings and eat a healthy six meals a day. What he doesn’t want is a flood of dwarves raiding his larder and a wizard telling him to … Continue reading

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