Dogs In Space by the Quietus.

Someone outside Australia notices Dogs In Space, specifically Anthony Nield at the Quietus. And of course, you can get the soundtrack album for less

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Anvil! The Story Of Anvil

After screening at the Melbourne International Film Festival last year, Anvil! The Story of Anvil is to go on general release in Australia in

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Iron Maiden: Flight 666

Iron Maiden has a global fanbase, they even played Poland while it was still in the Soviet Bloc, but there is no better illustration

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The Boat That Rocked

I was hoping The Boat That Rocked would at least be fictionalised reality about British pirate radio in the sixties, in the manner of

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Nixon. Four more years!

Going by the trailer, the Watchmen movie might not actually suck. The costumes are right, the scenes are right … the sculpture on Mars

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Road To Perdition

review by Andrew Tijs Looks like Tom Hanks, Paul Newman and Sam Mendes are prematurely dusting their Oscar shelves for the release of the

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DVD region encoding is dead

Not that Hollywood is necessarily smart enough to pick up on it. NTK reports on DVDSynth, a Windows program that sits between your DVD

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Review: Severed Heads – Dendy Cinema, Sydney, Wed 19th June 2002

I’ve seen a lot of the stuff before over the years but It’s All Good, and Tom Ellard (and I presume Stephen Jones) did a sterling effort transcribing it all to VCD for the big cinema screen. I think the coarse resolution of the old stuff just makes it look more organic and gritty, and suits the nature of the thing. Others disagreed, but some geeks just won’t be told.

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Review: Baise-Moi

Baise-Moi is a MUFF special. A film that’s little more than an amateurish, adolescent exercise in prurience whose stream of apparently-subversive images masks an utterly uncreative, conventional, conservative nature.

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24 Hour Party People.

(2002, dir. Michael Winterbottom) Factory Records and its bands occupied thirty to forty percent of my brain between the ages of sixteen and eighteen.

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Review: Queen Of The Damned

As part of a culture, any culture you care to name on the planet, the concept of ‘respect’ is seen to have inherent value. In fact, people throughout history have been acculturated to believe that people must seek the approval and approbation of others. Earning other people’s respect is seen to be inherently worthwhile and worthy of pursuing.

Allow me to destroy what little goodwill and respect I have garnered with the good people of this site, both wonderful posters and vile, mailbomb sending lurkers, with the following review.

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