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.
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.
The Conjuring Universe’s latest, ahem, conjuring is The Nun. Read Matthew Lind’s review to find out if the supernatural ghost nun is as scary as real-life boarding school.
The live-action Disney reboot train is still steaming ahead, and its latest stop is the good-natured Winnie-the-Pooh film, ‘Christopher Robin’. Is this new flick as sweet as honey, or as bitter as Eeyore? Ciaran reviews.
Matthew Lind went to see a movie that he was told was going to be about wine, but turned out to be about (ugh) people. Why does he always get the movies with people in them? Hey, it was an Australian comedy starring Eddie Izzard though.
Crazy Rich Asians takes you on a romantic getaway to Singapore with the rich and famous.
As suckers for local talent, we here at FilmBunker are always excited to see Brisbane-based creative content. Latest in this list is The Devil May Care trilogy, a trio of short films telling one story through the lens of three genres.
Kelsey reviews ‘Ladies in Black’ in an advanced screening for Australia, following several women in Sydney during 1959.