In a rare moment of sincerity, Ciaran opens up about her love for her local theatre, in a hopeful bid that the higher-ups of the University of Queensland will read it, and with a single tear, rip up the plans to demolish it.
This year, Kelsey attended ComicCon under the guise of giving FilmBunker some more content. Really, she just spent a day fangirling and having more fun than the rest of the team. Here is how ComicCon shaped up in 2018.
In this packed episode of the FilmBunker Podcast, we discuss some pressing film and TV news and review Johnny English Strikes Again, Kidding, Ozark, and A Simple Favour.
Sometimes films completely surprise you. Matthew Lind went into Smallfoot expecting a silly film about a smallfoot. Read his review to find out what he got instead.
The mockumentary genre has seen little traction in cinema, despite its critical and cult successes. Has its cultural capital run dry, or is there life in it yet?
Johnny English. incompetent spy extraordinaire, strikes again in this surprise sequel. Does it give us something interesting, or should it have stayed a duology? Kelsey reviews.
Paul Feig’s latest entry is dark comedy/mystery thriller ‘A Simple Favour.’ Mapped by a best-selling novel and starring two of Hollywood’s most likeable actresses, this film has got to be enjoyable… right? Ciaran reviews.
Emerging from planet sequel, ‘The Predator’ is the newest film to take a classic monster and, well, sell tickets from it. Is this a blatant fan-service cash-grab, or something more? Izzy reviews.
This week, the crew talk about some fresh movies: the feel-good Christopher Robin, rom-com Crazy Rich Asians, and new Aussie-dramedy The Flipside. Meanwhile, two horror movies battle it out for a spot in the bunker, and Kelsey has a strange outburst.
Remember the funny Sabrina? This isn’t it. Nic breaks down the first teaser trailer for ‘Chilling Adventures of Sabrina’.