Rachele and Lewis were joined by Matt Eeles, from Cinema Australia to discuss the new Aussie flick Book Week. Lewis reviews Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindlewald and the team pay their respects to icon Stan Lee. Excelsior!
This week, the team review writer-director Annemarie Jacir’s multi-award-winning comic drama Wajib - The Wedding Invitation, Luca Guadagnino’s Suspiria, The Girl in the Spider’s Web, and Joel Edgerton’s new film Boy Erased, starring Edgerton, Lucas Hedges, Nicole Kidman and Russell Crowe.
This week, Lewis reviews Goosebumps 2, Halloween and Bohemian Rhapsody, and receives a call from his pest control guy. Rachele and Cecilia discuss Michael Moore’s new doco Fahrenheit 11/9 and all the exciting events happening at Luna Cinemas including the Mini British Film Festival.
With Lewis out catching Bohemian Rhapsody, Ada, Rachele and Cecila review Halloween, An Interview With God, Beautiful Boy, Backtrack Boys, Ghost Stories, Klimt and Schide, Suspiria, Pricilla, The Iranian Film Festival and the Mini British Film Festival.
Alex comes back the studio and joins Cecilia, Rachele and Lewis to talk Netflix recommendations The Haunting of Hill House, American Horror Story and Sharp Objects. Lewis reviews A Star is Born which sent everyone on a tangent about remakes and revivals.
In the first quiet week in months, Cecilia and Lewis review First Man and Bad Times at El Royale.
Rachele, Cecilia and Lewis review Harmony, Art on Screen, Westwood: Punk Icon, then spit some Venom over Venom (but there's a lovely tribute to Welcome Back Kotter from Rach).
While Cecilia is out at a film, Rachele and Lewis take a moment to acknowledge the passing of Aussie writer and actor, Damian Hill. They review Jirga and American Animals before talking Lavazza Italian Film Festival, films due out this week, upcoming Luna events and X-Men: Dark Phoenix.
While Ada was at the Italian Film Festival opening, Cecilia, Lewis and Rachele reviewed The House With a Clock in its Walls, Ladies in Black, Jirga, I Am Paul Walker, Small Foot, Johnny English Strikes Again and Juliet Naked. There’s a bit of Captain Marvel talk and first impressions of Palace Raine Square. It’s an action-packed hour!
Lewis, Rachele and Cecilia talk about the passing of Burt Reynolds before reviewing Searching, A Simple Favour, Hearts Beat Loud, Beast and Christopher Robin. You also might find some (non-scientific) conclusions about figgy pudding not being so good for you.
It’s a Full House. Cecilia, Rachel, Ada and Lewis review You Were Never Really Here and McQueen, before talking about Cecilia not seeing The Nun (or changing her tyre) and Lewis’ naked face.
Cecilia and Rachele review a new Aussie comedy called The Merger, while Cecilia reviews Juliet Naked; a new comedy starring Ethan Hawke, Rose Byrne and Chris O’Dowd. Rachele shares her thoughts on Love Simon and The Greatest Showman and gives us her best Mark Wahlberg Impression.
On this weeks show, Cecilia reviews: Book Club, a comedy starring Diane Keaton and Jane Fonda; Melissa McCarthy’s new film The Happytime Murders; and last but not least the new critically acclaimed Australian film West of Sunshine. Cecilia also discusses the new Halloween film, Hereditary, James Bond, and Searching; a new thriller shot from the point-of-view of smartphones and computer screens.
In this very special episode, Rachele, Lewis and Cecilia discuss upcoming films. On the cards is the next film in the Wizarding World franchise; Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald. Also out soon is the the aptly titled film First Man; a Neil armstrong biopic starring Ryan Gosling. The team chat about upcoming horror, Slenderman, and to top things off share their thoughts on DC films Shazam! and Aquaman.
Rachele and Cecilia discuss all the latest cinema offerings, including, Jason Statham's mission to rid the ocean of a 75- foot shark in The Meg, as well as Spike Lee's latest, BlacKkKlansman; the incredible true story about an African-American detective who sets out to infiltrate the Ku Klux Klan. Cecilia discusses Paris, Texas director Wim Winders' new film, Submergence; based on the novel of the same name and starring James McAvoy and Alicia Vikander, while, Rachele gives us the run down on Living Universe, a documentary exploring the question: are we alone in the universe?
With Lewis away in Disney Land, Cecilia and Rachele pack their bags to take a trip of their own... to Tangent City but don't worry they talk all things film and TV-related including, a move to add a "Best Popular Film Category" to the Oscars. Rachele congratulates Luna Leederville on having won the Australian International Movie Convention's Best Metro Independent Cinema Award and gives us a rundown on all the special events being hosted at Luna. The team also talk Living Universe, a Netflix film called Calibre, Orange is the New Black, On Chesil Beach, and The Girl in the Spiders Web.
Cecilia, Rachele and Lewis talk Mission Impossible, The Wife, The BlacKkKlansman, Dark Tourist and take a trip to tangent city to talk about why you shouldn’t kiss people with colds, why you should give blood and a little on James Gunn.
Cecilia, Rachele and Lewis bring their thoughts on the latest movie offerings: The Notorious Ruth Bader Ginsburg, the Breaker-Upperers and Funny Cow, Netflix offerings: Dark Tourist, Crazy Ex-Girlfriend and Hannah Gadsby: Nanette, and a limited edition special feature: An Unscripted Geography Lesson.
Cecilia, Lewis and Rachele jumped on the mics to talk Mama Mia! Here We Go Again, Equalizer 2, The Gospel According to Andr, Border Politics, more about the Scandinavian Film Festival as well as a big trip to tangent city thanks to some interesting Indonesian traditions and the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles.
Lewis, Rachele and Cecilia talk Revelation Film Festival, Scandinavian Film Festival, Skyscraper and lots of Luna – because there’s so much going on at their cinemas! The Silent Producer was out getting burgers and beer while the crew were recording, so apologies for the late upload!