Reviews of Oceania Movies Including Australian and New-Zealand films.

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Mad Max Fury Road poster

Mad Max: Fury Road

in Australian Movies

Fury, dust and blood: here are 3 pillars of Mad Max: Fury Road, a film which gained cult status before its release, supported by an advertising campaign that has been building anticipation for months. Is it the post-apocalyptic masterwork we’ve been waiting for or another inflated blockbuster? The answer comes immediately, as soon as the movie opens, through a gorgeous, […]

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What We Do in the Shadows

What We Do in the Shadows

in New Zealand Movies

Vampire movies are probably one of the most enduring subgenres, having fascinated spectators for close to a hundred years, early works such as Nosferatu (1922) and Vampyr  (1932) remaining some of the strongest incarnations to this day. These last few years, vampires have however somewhat turned into a punch line, mostly thanks to film and TV series such as Twilight, […]

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Sleeping Beauty

Sleeping Beauty

in Australian Movies

The premise was somewhat intriguing: In exchange of a pretty large amount of money, young women are getting lulled to be delivered to wealthy customers; when they wake up, they don’t remember anything. For her first film, writer/director Julia Leigh delivers a work that aims at teasing the spectator’s sensitivity without falling into gratuitous provocation. But it is not enough […]

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