Author: Jess Junor

Review: Trickster

Welcome to the world of cabaret where, according to writer/performer Bradley Storer, you need three things to make a show: a dance number, a...

REVIEW: The One I Love

The One I Love is a surreal drama rom-com starring Mark Duplass and Elizabeth Moss as Ethan and Sophie; a couple trying to resurrect...

REVIEW: I ORIGINS

Pitting science against reality, meet soon-to-be-Dr Ian Gray (Michael Pitt), an all too handsome graduate scientist who is obsessed with the human eye. He...

REVIEW: The Selfish Giant

An adaption of the short story  of the same name by Oscar Wilde, The Selfish Giant is the story of two young boys; Swifty (Shaun...

Review: The Rover

With every Australian film comes a glimmer of hope for the Aussie born-and-bred film buff, a spark of optimism and a large degree of...

Review: Grace of Monaco

Grace of Monaco opens with the lines “The following film is a fictional account inspired by real events”, and continues in this blatantly obvious...

Review: Gabrielle

One of the gifts of cinema is that it can expose us so fully, even if for the briefest of moments, to worlds we...

Review: Palo Alto

The directorial debut for Gia Coppola (niece of Sophia and grandchild of the great Francis Ford Coppola), Palo Alto follows the (mis)adventures of three Californian...