It’s historical episode time! This week, Ciaran discusses Doctor Who’s latest foray in to the past, wondering whether some historical figures are out-of-bounds for the show.
After discussing the latest Disney live action trailer, the crew review a few of the more well received films of late: ‘Bad Times at the El Royale’ and ‘A Star is Born’.
A remote island cloaked in mystery, religious fanatics, ritualistic sacrifice and a whole lot of blood. ‘Apostle’ is a vivid and enthralling mash-up of action and horror cinema. Is there a new cult classic in the making? Owen reviews.
After a strong premiere, Doctor Who’s eleventh season has a lot to live up to. Does the second episode match the quality of the first—or are flaws beginning to show?
Netflix’s Maniac is a retro-futurist romp through the psyche, plumbing the depth of its troubled characters through an array of homages to genre cinema.
This week in a bonus podcast, the FilmBunker crew interviews local filmmaker Jonathan Creed.
The Brisbane International Film Festival kicks off with Celeste, a moody drama set in the heart of the stunning rainforests of far north Queensland.
This week on the FilmBunker Podcast, we discuss the latest news concerning the Mandalorian TV series, Good Omens and Black Mirror before we finally get to review a film everyone has been waiting for—Venom.
Part Tarantino, part Hitchcock, ‘Bad Times at the El Royale’ is an homage-laced neo-noir driven by a star-studded cast. Is watching this a bad time, or is it worth checking in? Ciaran reviews.
An actor making his directional debut and a pop singer walk into a bar and form a heartfelt relationship in ‘A Star is Born’. Are their stars on the rise, or are we seeing these two talents decline? Kelsey reviews.