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Behind blue eyes – Maniac review

By Simon Miraudo October 14, 2013 Those who prefer to keep their distance from unsavoury characters would do well to avoid Franck Khalfoun’s Maniac, a horror movie that indicts desensitised audiences by placing us behind the eyes of a murderer. A remake of the grimy 1980 film of the same name, it appropriates a novel […]

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New York Stories – The Purge / Maniac / Black Rock

By Glenn Dunks June 19, 2013 There’s a wide world of cinema out there, and Quickflix’s Glenn Dunks is on the ground in New York City bringing you the titles that will soon be seen in Australian cinemas, and eventually available on home entertainment. The Manhattan Report: Horror: it’s everywhere over here. Including the three reviewed below, […]

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MIFF bringing big batch of Cannes titles to fest

Not much more than two weeks after we had the First Glimpse release, Melbourne International Film Festival have announced another load of films, this time highlighting the haul of over 35 features they picked up from Cannes. As well as previously announced big hitting flicks such as the Palme d’Or winner Amour and Wes Anderson’s […]

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