Reviews: Spy, Wild Tales, Royal Night Out05/24/15
CJ reviews Spy, Wild Tales and A Royal Night Out.
In Deep: Mad Max Fury Road
CJ reviews Mad Max: Fury Road, then goes deep into the film with Ryan Cauchi.
Sydney Film Fest's Nashen Moodley's Picks!
Nashen Moodley, director of The Sydney Film Festival, share his picks of the fest with CJ. Grab a pen and get in quick - films are already selling out!
Reviews: Ex Machina, Clouds of Sils Maria
CJ reviews Ex Machina and Clouds of Sils Maria.
Wyrmwood's Kiah Roache-Turner
As anticipation builds for Mad Max: Fury Road, CJ chats with Kiah Roache-Turner, co-writer and director of the awesome "Mad Max meets Dawn of the Dead" flick Wyrmwood: Road of the Dead.
Ryan Cauchi; Kumiko The Treasure Hunter
Ryan Cauchi is a young filmmaker with a promising future and a wonderful aesthetic. CJ chats to him about his recent "Hitchcock Tour" of California, Vincent Price and all sorts of other film nerd things. Plus, Kumiko The Treasure Hunter reviewed.
Enzo Tedeschi, Unfriended
CJ chats with The Tunnel producer Enzo Tedeschi about his new production company Deadhouse Films, the state of digital distribution, and what's happening in the world of horror. Plus, CJ reviews the excellent new horror flick Unfriended.
Review: Testament of Youth
CJ reviews Testament of Youth.
In Deep: Mommy
CJ and Lynden Barber go "in deep" with Xavier Dolan's new film Mommy.
Review: Avengers Age Of Ultron
CJ reviews Avengers: Age of Ultron.
It Follows Banksy Spanish Style
CJ reviews It Follows and Banksy Does New York, and chats with Spanish movie star Elena Anaya.
The Comedy Film Nerds Return!
CJ's been in Los Angeles, and he returns with a fresh episode featuring Chris Mancini and Graham Elwood, the Comedy Film Nerds, recorded in their studio in LA.
Radha Mitchell, Jean Marc Barr on Raymond Carver
Radha Mitchell, Jean Marc-Barr and director Andrew Kotatko chat with CJ about their new short Whoever Was Using This Bed, from the Raymond Carver short story.
In Deep: A Most Violent Year
CJ and Lynden Barber look in depth at J.C. Chandor's third film A Most Violent Year.
Oscar Wrap With Margaret Pomeranz and Paul Byrnes
CJ is joined by Margaret Pomeranz and Fairfax Columnist and reviewer Paul Byrnes to take an exuberant look at the 2015 Oscar broadcast.
Selma, Citizenfour, and Oscars!
The Oscars are coming! This Sunday in Los Angeles, noon on Monday AEST. CJ reviews two films in contention - Selma and Citizenfour - and then goes through all the categories, suggesting who should win, who will win, and why.
Movieland Margaret Pomeranz
CJ chats with critical legend Margaret Pomeranz on life after At The Movies (and David!), the Best Actor Oscar race and her new show on Foxtel with Graeme Blundell.
Reviews: Kingsman, Still Alice, Theory of Everything
CJ reviews Kingsman The Secret Service, Still Alice and The Theory of Everything.
Best Actress with Lynden Barber
CJ chats with Lynden Barber about this year's diverse Best Actress category at the Acadamy Awards.
Foxcatcher, Wild and Rod Quinn
CJ reviews Foxcatcher and Wild, plus looks back at 2014 with ABC Overnight's Rod Quinn.
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