Monster films are back in vogue, so if you’re a fan of the genre, get ready to indulge in another cinematic experience, this time involving a killer shark.
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The popular children’s horror book series has been adapted into a feature film by producer Guillermo del Toro and director André Øvredal.
The new documentary Mystify Michael Hutchence gives viewers an intimate look at the life of the iconic INXS frontman, Michael Hutchence.
Ford v. Ferrari is the exciting true story of automobile company Ford’s attempt at winning the 24 Hours of Le Mans race in France during 1966.
The first teaser trailer for Disney-Pixar’s Onward has arrived, teasing the studio’s first film since 2017’s Coco to feature a brand new, original storyline.
Silly only in the sense that the premise seems pretty ludicrous, but also because of the film’s tongue-in-cheek tone.
Along with being the first person to walk on the Moon, astronaut Neil Armstrong was a naval aviator, university professor and loving family man.
Sylvester Stallone is back as Rambo in the awesome first teaser for the 5th instalment of the popular action-film franchise, Rambo: Last Blood.
The mobster wives include Elisabeth Moss, Melissa McCarthy and Tiffany Haddish in the awesome new crime-drama film The Kitchen.
Former Aussie Rules footballer and Australian of the Year, Adam Goodes, will be the focus of the MIFF opening night documentary film The Australian Dream.
The all-time cinematic great Apocalypse Now has been remastered from the ground up by director Francis Ford Coppola and will hit cinemas dubbed as the ‘Final Cut’.
The evil doll Annabelle is back and ready to haunt and claim the souls of her unsuspecting victims in the second trailer for Annabelle Comes Home.
So far Emile Hirsch has failed to live up to expectations after what many believed was a career-defining performance in 2007’s Into the Wild, though Freaks might change that.
Godzilla 2: King of the Monsters features some amazing visuals and awesome monster fights, though it isn’t enough to save it from its weak narrative.