Tag Archive: Teresa Palmer

Berlin Syndrome (2017)

Berlin Syndrome (2017) Based on Melbourne author Melanie Joosten’s debut novel of the same name, Berlin Syndrome is an intimate and evocative psycho-sexual thriller, a dark love story, so to speak, one that… Continue reading

Hacksaw Ridge (2016)

Hacksaw Ridge (2016) When the order came to retreat, one man stayed. Few films have hit me emotionally this year and Hacksaw Ridge is one of them. Stepping behind the camera almost a… Continue reading

Lights Out (2016)

Lights Out (2016) You were right to be afraid of the dark. Back in 2014 filmmaker and animator David F. Sandberg uploaded a short film onto his Vimeo account titled Lights Out, the… Continue reading

Triple 9 (2016)

Triple 9 (2016) The code on the street is never black and white With a filmography of ultra-bleak titles such as The Proposition (2005), The Road (2009) and Lawless (2012) already under his… Continue reading

The Choice (2016)

The Choice (2016) Let your heart decide. Another Valentine’s Day, another Nicholas Sparks adaptation (it’s hard to believe there have been eleven of these tearjerkers made, starting with Message in a Bottle back… Continue reading

Point Break (2015)

Point Break (2015) Find your breaking point. After losing a friend in a perilous motorbike trek, Johnny Utah (Luke Bracey) leaves the world of extreme sports. Seven years later, Utah, now a fresh… Continue reading