14 Nov
The first trailer to Darren Aronofsky's latest cinematic opus

It’s a good day for film, as the first trailer to Darren Aronofsky’s latest cinematic opus hits the interwebs. As can be derived from the title, Noah tells the story of biblical apocalypse, and the mann that saw it coming. The film reunites Aronofsky with Jennifer Connelly, and also stars Russell Crowe, Ray Winstone, Emma [...]


While the first Wolverine movie disappointed, anyone who read the Marvel comic as a kid knows the Mariko storyline from the seminal Chris Claremont and Frank Miller limited series Wolverine was one of the best from the 1980s. Even Hugh Jackman admitted the first film went south, so as the lead actor and co-producer of the [...]


3 Feb
Intergalactic EDM grooves from ex-Bad Company stalwart

Erstwhile Bad Company member dBridge drops the second Podcast for Convex Industries. While once known for exacting much drum & bass nastiness, dBridge’s sound has moved on to more subtle, relaxed sounds. It’s hard to pin the mix down genere-wise, but suffice to say the Exit Records honcho — known to his mum as Darren [...]


20 Nov
Madman Mundt and The Elf discuss all things Aronofsky

Madman Mundt and the Elf were guests at last week’s AFI Fest and attended the Los Angeles premier of Black Swan. This is their collaborative review. Black Swan is out in the US on December 1st. The Elf: I’m a sucker for a dance movie. Ballet specifically. Whether it’s Fame, Flashdance, Center Stage (starring a [...]


4 Nov
The best of indie cinema hits Hollywood November 4th - 11th

It’s that time again. AFI Fest brings a well curated selection of films from all over the world to the film capitol of the universe: Los Angeles. Instead of the usual glut of exploding superheroes and Katherine Heigl meet-cutes, AFI Fest gives Los Angeles the chance to see films that maybe have some, um, intelligence [...]

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