About

FilmBunker Brisbane film reviewsFilmBunker is the brainchild of two successful film honours graduates and one journo who all love a good movie. FilmBunker strives to deliver accessible discussion as well as in-depth analyses of the latest screen media through film reviews, interviews, editorials and podcasts.

Founders

Ciaran Kerr

Ciaran is a film honours graduate with a passion for superhero flicks, Wes Anderson and the latest cinematic endeavours. She has an extensive record and comic collection and an extensive knowledge of film genre and academic film study. She also spends her spare time reviewing, editing and designing for FilmBunker.

Simon Hall

Simon Hall is a film masters candidate who loves the Western genre, high-octane action films, and pulpy sci-fi. Currently, Simon is writing his master’s thesis on the navigation of absence and return in Twin Peaks: The Return. In his spare time, Simon saves us all by fixing our website errors, writing, and editing reviews for FilmBunker.

Sarah Clarry

Sarah works as a freelance journalist for various publications throughout Brisbane. Studying journalism and literature comes in handy when editing FilmBunker content (Grammarly helps too). Her specialties include Horror movies, Czech New Wave, terrible cult films and anything weird and wonderful. She is an avid follower of Tommy Wiseau and loves a good book.

 

Would you like to write for us?

If you would like to become one of our writers, you can send us an email at filmbunkerreview@gmail.com to apply. Please include a brief paragraph about yourself and your favourite film. Please also send a writing sample for our editors to peruse, which should be a review of any film or television series with a maximum length of 500 words.

It is our recommendation that you acquaint yourself with the reviews we publish so you can become familiar with our tone and style. We encourage writers of all ages and backgrounds to apply; as Forest Gump says, “Life is like a box of chocolates, you never know what you’re gonna get.”