Lee thinks it’s time for new opening theme music. Shannon is not convinced.
Just because it’s the Christmas/New Year period, doesn’t mean we couldn’t shore up some interesting news for you… or does it?
How do you behave when you go to the movies? We have absolutely no idea. We barely know you. But how should you behave when you go to the movies? The Bazura Project instructs you on proper cinema etiquette.
Shannon and Lee speak to Harvie Krumpet producer Melanie Coombs about throwing things against walls, prostitutes, and beer.
Lee and Shannon discuss the best and worst films of 2006, and Shannon explains the difference between “best” and “favourite”.
Community TV. Shit. We’re still only on community TV.
How Kevin Smith makes our dreams come true, the small-time kid filmmaker just given $200 million, and why a film managed to gross $30 during its entire theatrical run.
You’ve heard all these movie myths a hundred times before, and repeated them to your friends as solid fact. But how many of them are true? And will us exposing them stop you from repeating them?
Shannon and Lee talk to Court of Lonely Royals director Rohan Michael Hoole about overcoming the odds to make films in Australia.
How come Shannon and Lee never like anything? Their psychoses are analysed deeply in this very touching reviews segment. Also, they review Dreamgirls.
We were on our way to Channel 31 on the edge of the desert when the drugs began to take hold…
This week’s movie news: Charlie Kaufman’s directorial debut, an Oscar controversy, and Halle Berry needs work. All this, plus much, much less.
What is a gaffer? What is a best boy? What is a producer? What is a Bazura Project feature story? Watch and learn.