The Light Between Oceans

Release: Friday, September 2, 2016 [Theater] Written by: Derek Cianfrance Directed by: Derek Cianfrance Derek Cianfrance has emerged once again with another sweeping, emotional epic, this time The Light Between Oceans, an adaptation of the 2012 international bestseller by M.L. Stedman. Maybe you saw The Place Beyond the Pines, Cianfrance's previous effort. From an ambitious meditation on how one man's actions can have … Continue reading The Light Between Oceans

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Actor Interview: Aussie Paul Eenhoorn talks ‘Land Ho!’

Experienced Aussie actor Paul Eenhoorn was kind enough to take time out of his busy schedule to talk about his most recent role as Colin in last summer's delightful and breezy buddy-comedy adventure Land Ho! The film tells the story of two former brothers-in-law, Colin and Mitch (Earl Lynn Nelson) who take a much-needed trip to … Continue reading Actor Interview: Aussie Paul Eenhoorn talks ‘Land Ho!’

The Water Diviner

Release: Friday, April 24, 2015 [Theater] Written by: Andrew Knight; Andrew Anastasios Directed by: Russell Crowe Guided more by passion than a need for coherence, Russell Crowe's directorial debut is strong enough to ensure there will be projects forthcoming from the Academy Award-winning Aussie. Crowe busies himself by taking on the lead of, funny enough, Australian farmer Joshua Connor … Continue reading The Water Diviner

The Babadook

Release: Friday, November 28, 2014 (limited)  [Redbox] Written by: Jennifer Kent Directed by: Jennifer Kent It's official. I'm in love with horror once again. It's some kind of feat the hype surrounding Jennifer Kent's much-acclaimed horror film has gotten to the point where it feels like watching the 'scariest film in years' this far into 2015 is, yeah, a little like … Continue reading The Babadook

The Rover

Release: Friday, June 13, 2014 (limited) [Theater] People often are products of their environment. In the case of The Rover, it seems to be the other way around. If that sounds like a call for the environmentally-minded to flock to their nearest indie/arthouse theater to see this flick, I don't believe I could be more misleading. This unrelentingly bleak drama … Continue reading The Rover