Robot Overlords (DVD): Review

The Film Earth falls to an invading force of robots from a distant galaxy. The new Robot Overlords confine all who remain to their houses, implanting them with an electronic device. Any who fail to obey are obliterated. The feel of society, in the film hints at the classic 1984, with Big Brother watching over […]

The Lazarus Effect (DVD): Review

The Film The Lazarus Effect, an interesting take on an age old fascination of man to bring back the dead and prolong life. It’s a horror / sci-fi. A group of medical students, while trying to find a way to prolong the time doctors have to treat a patient, stumble upon a possible way to […]

The Voices (DVD): Review

The Film Quiet, friendly Jerry (Ryan Reynolds) leads simple life. He has a simple job, but no friends. He does however have a dog and a cat, with whom he holds conversations (with the additional voices provides by Reynolds himself). A lovable, sensible dog (Bosco) and a rather controlling cat (Mr Whiskers). Jerry also has […]

Call for Projects For 2016 Durban FilmMart

The Durban FilmMart (DFM) has opened submissions for projects for the 7th edition, which will take place next year. It is important to note, that the deadline for submissions has been being shifted earlier to December 14, 2015 to allow for the selection committee to have more time to assess projects, and for more time […]

The Good Life Network – South Africa’s First Dedicated Health Channel

South Africans interested in improving their overall health will have a new trusted source through The Good Life Network, a health and development pop-up channel which will air on DStv channel 199 from 1 December 2015 to 31 March 2016. First of its kind in South Africa, the channel is spearheaded by Soul City and […]

Crimson Peak: Review

Following the tragic death of her farther, Edith (Mia Wasikowska), an aspiring author, is left torn between two loves, that for a childhood friend or the mysterious strangers Thomas Sharpe (Tom Hiddleston). Trying to escape her past, she is swept away to an old house, where things are more than they might seem, and is […]

Wild Card (Blu-Ray): Review

The Film Action man Jason Statham is back as Nick Wild, in Wild Card. A Las Vegas bodyguard with a set of lethal skills. He lands in trouble with some mobsters, leaving him with one last play, a chance at all or nothing. Statham doesn’t disappoint with his fights, bringing a very specific style to […]

Re-Kill (DVD): Review

The Film Five years ago, a deadly outbreak wipes out 85% of the world’s population, turning them into Re-Ans (zombies, bent on consuming the flesh of the living). Most major cities are still uninhabitable. In those cities where there remain survivors, these Re-Ans have been contained in zones, policed by R-Division, special trained S.W.A.T teams […]

Tomorrowland: A World Beyond (Blu-Ray): Review

The Film Many  years ago, a boy genius (Frank, played by George Clooney) is invited to Tomorrowland, a wonderful place created by the greatest  minds, free of the negative influence of what happens on Earth. Years later, science-whizz Casey (Britt Robertson) receives a similar invite from the mysterious Athena (Raffey Cassidy).  Run by futurist David Nix […]

ACT & Market Theatre Passionate About Development

The 7th annual ACT | DALRO | Nedbank Performing Arts Scholarships has bred positive efforts to groom young artists through the programme. Apart from the main purpose of finding talented finalists who will contend for a chance to receive one of the three scholarships to the total value of R315,000, the Arts & Culture Trust […]

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