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Ethan Hawke and Sarah Snook loop-de-loop in time-skipping ‘Predestination’ trailer

The Spierig Brothers – those rascally twins responsible for Aussie genre fare Undead and Daybreakers – are set to debut their new film Predestination at the 2014 Melbourne International Film Festival’s Opening Night Gala. But why wait until then when you can, at least, watch the trailer right now? Starring Ethan Hawke as a “temporal […]

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Ethan Hawke joins Spierig brothers’ Predestination; shooting begins in April

Peter and Michael Spierig will reteam with their Daybreakers star Ethan Hawke for another sci-fi jaunt, Predestination. According to Inside Film, the flick will begin its six-week shoot in April. The picture concerns a retiring “temporal agent” (Hawke) who must recruit his younger self and hunt down the criminal that has evaded capture his entire career. Before you criticise the Spierigs […]

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Quickflix Charts – The top rentals for July

Alright gang; here are the top 25 DVD rentals for the month of July, as Queued up by you. 1. Avatar 2. The Twilight Saga’s New Moon3. 20124. Angels and Demons5. Terminator: Salvation6. District 97. Julie and Julia8. Did You Hear About The Morgans?9. A Single Man10. Edge of Darkness11. Alice in Wonderland12. The Ugly […]

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Blood brothers – Daybreakers review

Daybreakers – Starring Ethan Hawke, Willem Dafoe and Claudia Karvan. Directed by Peter and Michael Spierig. Rated MA. Originally published February 4, 2010. By Simon Miraudo. Seriously, must every film be about vampires these days? I’m not trying to sound facetious; I’m deadly serious. At this point, I feel as if I have endured every […]

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Blood brothers – Daybreakers review

Daybreakers – Starring Ethan Hawke, Willem Dafoe and Claudia Karvan. Directed by Peter and Michael Spierig. Rated MA. By Simon Miraudo. Seriously, must every film be about vampires these days? I’m not trying to sound facetious; I’m being deadly serious. In the past 12 months, I feel as if I have endured every possible interpretation […]

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