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’.
Tag: Classic Films
William Friedkin, the director of one of the most famous (and terrifying) horror movies of all time, The Exorcist (1973), has shot an actual exorcism for his new documentary.
And sadly no, there was no Clark Gable there to say people just don’t give a damn.
“Mick Jagger in Tony Richardson’s Ned Kelly!” – This is perhaps one of the most blood curdling phrases to ever be uttered in the history of Australian cinema.
Check out the original theatrical trailer for one of the greatest horror movies of all time, The Exorcist (1973) – a trailer that would go on to get banned.
Foxtel will be producing a TV adaptation of the novel Picnic at Hanging Rock, made popular on the screen in the 1975 Australian film of the same name.
Cinema Nova in Carlton is hosting a film festival to celebrate the works of master director Alfred Hitchcock, which will run from July 21 – 26.
A cool video was recently uploaded to Vimeo titled ‘A History of Horror’. It showcases a snippet from one influential horror film per year from 1895 until 2016.
The Passenger is a visually complex look into the deeper understanding of the human condition and the compromising notion of self. David Locke (Jack Nicholson) is a famed British-American journalist. Whilst on location in Africa trying to shoot a political documentary, Locke discovers the deceased body of David Robertson (Charles Mulvehill), a drifter with seemingly no family or relative connections. Locke takes this opportunity to switch identities with Robertson, and taking on the stiff’s organized repertoire, begins a suspenseful journey on the run from a tiresome job, rocky marriage, and ultimately himself.