Though the Western has enjoyed some brief resurgences in popularity in recent years, the genre is still a far cry away from its heyday in the 1950s. But with the much lauded reception of Red Dead Redemption 2, could the future of Westerns lie in a medium switch up from cinema to gaming?
Seth MacFarlane’s The Orville throws back to the Star Trek series of yore, a decision that has yielded a deep divide between critics and fans. What’s the deal?
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.
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?
After seeing local short film ‘Tony’, Ciaran was able to interview local talent Perry Lam and talked about millennials, the ’80s, and the wonders of aspect ratio.
After an opportunity to see the new film from the worst filmmaking duo of all time, some FilmBunker writers tagged along to a local premiere/meet and greet with Greg Sestero.
The world breathed a collective sigh of relief when our favourite cop-comedy TV outing was brought back to life. However, what does the Brooklyn Nine-Nine saga mean for broadcast television, and the future of syndication?
Ten years in the running, ‘Infinity War’ blasted on our screens and redefined the ‘crossover’ film. After a record-breaking opening weekend—what’s next for the Marvel Cinematic Universe?
The 90th Oscars have come and gone—this time without a hitch—and Del Toro’s fantasy romance came out on top with Best Picture. Richard sums up the action.