Some lucky people have seen double the number of frames (but some of us haven’t seen any), Sarah Watt returns to help Simon review THE HOBBIT and David Larsen is guest reviewer as Andrea Arnold takes on Emily Bronte’s WUTHERING HEIGHTS.
We spill the beans on SKYFALL, COMPLIANCE is a creepy horror film about social engineering and BEASTS OF THE SOUTHERN WILD gets released into the wild. Special Guest: Sarah Watt from Sunday Star-Times.
Frank Langella makes friends with a domestic robot in ROBOT & FRANK, the NY fashion industry gets another documentary in DIANA VREELAND: THE EYE HAS TO TRAVEL and our special guest reviewer Robyn Gallagher tells us why we should care about TWILIGHT.
A teenage girl gets pregnant to a Blondie song in ELECTRICK CHILDREN, Audrey Tautou finds love second time around in DELICACY, in MONSIEUR LAZHAR an Algerian teacher transforms some Montreal school kids and guest Beth Brash (@eatandgreet) reviews KLOWN.
Sharks at the supermarket in Aussie 3D thriller BAIT, Tyler Perry swaps Madea’s dress for a sidearm in ALEX CROSS and Helen Hunt teaches a profoundly disabled man the language of love in THE SESSIONS. We apologise for the unusually poor sound quality.
The full interview with New Zealand film icon Gaylene Preston about her new film as Exec producer, Tatarakihi: the Children of Parihaka.