The Pink House is a documentary about Questa Casta, Australia’s longest-running brothel located in Kalgoorlie, Western Australia. Of course, it’s more than that.
Across his filmography, Flanagan’ strives for something more insidious than the reptilian-brain jolts favoured by mainstream horror – something truly horrific; something that has you questioning your very own eyes.
Happy Death Day is a welcome example of refreshingly unpretentious B-movie filmmaking from Blumhouse.
It’s hard not to admire the craft behind The Kettering Incident. The show is testament to the depth of talent in Australia’s television industry … except when it comes to screenwriting.
Thanks to Universal Pictures Australia, ccpopculture has 5 double passes to give away to The Snowman, releasing in Australian cinemas Thursday October 19th.
At its best, Blade Runner 2049 is a film about negotiating the notion of identity in the dense lattice of a technological society. Villeneuve amplifies the first film’s themes of complicity in an oppressive society.
By any kind of objective measure, Rob Zombie’s Halloween remake falls far short of John Carpenter’s iconic film. I still … kinda … like it?