There is but one show to rule them all.
Tonto rides again, vampires get religious, Guy Ritchie takes on Sherlock Holmes, and Will Smith Might Be Legend again.
Whether it’s an asteroid hurtling towards Earth, a giant lizard hurtling towards Earth, or the Earth itself hurtling towards Earth, you need to know what to do if you’re to survive. Unfortunately, we can’t help you with that. But we can help you create your very own Disaster Movie in our latest Guide To Cinephelia.
Australian director Gillian Armstrong tells Bazura about why she wants to direct Jack Ryan adventures.
Ridley Scott’s Body of Lies. Alan Ball’s Towelhead. Eran Riklis’s Lemon Tree. Shannon Marinko’s Show and Found. Bazura‘s reviews return with a vengeance! Well, not so much a vengeance as a graphic.
How did they ever do a parody of Lolita?
Who might be the Green Lantern? What is David Cronenberg doing next? Which actor thinks he can do Louis Armstrong? You’d better wear something waterproof.
The Bazura Project looks at why science fiction movies contain practically no science.
Shannon meets his favourite director, Brian Trenchard-Smith, and keeps the swooning to an appropriate level.
The Coen Brothers create a film called Burn After Reading. Focus groups create a film called Max Payne. Questionable 1960s judgment creates this week’s Show and Found.
Unspeakable horrors from outer space paralyse the living and resurrect the dead!
Steven Soderbergh looks to the porn industry, new Star Trek stills are closely monitored, Brad Pitt becomes a god, and a good concept threatens to run itself into the ground.
Everything you never knew you didn’t need to know about movie credits is finally explained.