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House of horror: Home-made movie grips its audience in real time

House of horror: Home-made movie grips its audience in real time

Director Michael Beets creates his 'live' horror movie from a desk in a Melbourne suburb – and he has never met his cast.

  • by Nick Miller

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Stardust official trailer
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Stardust official trailer

The trailer for the David Bowie biopic, Stardust, starring Johnny Flynn, Jena Malone, Marc Maron.

One Night in Miami first look clip
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One Night in Miami first look clip

A look at Regina King’s directorial debut of One Night in Miami.

Kajillionaire movie trailer
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Kajillionaire movie trailer

Evan Rachel Wood, Gina Rodriguez, Debra Winger and Richard Jenkins star in the new Miranda July movie.

Ammonite movie trailer
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Ammonite movie trailer

Kate Winslet and Saoirse Ronan star in the period drama Ammonite.

Mangrove movie trailer
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Mangrove movie trailer

Director Steve McQueen’s Mangrove is part of one of five films from the Small Axe anthology.

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Supernova movie trailer
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Supernova movie trailer

Colin Firth and Stanley Tucci star in the upcoming film Supernova.

Film goes inside the mind of an Australian jihadist returned from Syria
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Film goes inside the mind of an Australian jihadist returned from Syria

Writer-director Serhat Caradee's A Lion Returns is about a troubled young Muslim who's been radicalised.

  • by Garry Maddox
Poetic movie tackles teen taboo head on
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Poetic movie tackles teen taboo head on

Hot button topic of abortion central to this independent US production.

  • by Jake Wilson
Could this be the best Aussie sheep movie since Babe?
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Could this be the best Aussie sheep movie since Babe?

Michael Caton and Sam Neill star in a gentle Aussie comedy perfectly fitted to our times.

  • by Paul Byrnes
Rom-com is a film in desperate need of both rom and com
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Rom-com is a film in desperate need of both rom and com

Starring Emma Roberts and Luke Bracey, this movie is out to emulate Nora Ephron's classics but lacks her gift for incisive small talk.

  • by Sandra Hall