Stacy Keach (Fat City) and Jamie Lee Curtis (Halloween) star in Richard Franklin’s 1981 Australian slasher classic ROADGAMES, inspired by Alfred Hitchcock’s Rear Window. Keach plays Quid, an American trucker who, with the help of Curtis’s hitchhiker, tracks down a serial killer active on the long, empty roads of southern Australia. Indicator will be releasing … Continue reading “INDICATOR releasing ROADGAMES”

Film Review: STRAY (2018) (Short Film)

STRAY **** Australia 2018 Dir: Dean W Law. 14 mins A stark, sombre short with a ballsy, literally full-frontal central performance from Melinda Joan Reed. After three years away, wounded WWII soldier David Breen returns home to find his house ravaged, his wife (Reed) naked and in some state of shock and a strange stray … Continue reading “Film Review: STRAY (2018) (Short Film)”

Film Review: MAGGIE MAY (2018) (Short Film)

MAGGIE MAY **** Australia 2018 Dir: Mia Kate Russell. 14 mins At the wake for old Sylvia May, who took a fatal fall, the eponymous Maggie May (played with astonishingly detached venom by Lulu McClatchy) utters what will prove to be the story’s defining line: “I didn’t know what to do, so I didn’t do … Continue reading “Film Review: MAGGIE MAY (2018) (Short Film)”

Award-winning Australian horror hit THE FACELESS MAN comes to digital

From Freedom Cinema, and director James Di Martino, comes face to face with The Faceless Man this summer. Available now On Demand, the Australian horror film took home 6 major awards at the Melbourne Underground Film Festival including Best Director and Best Film. Emily is a recovering cancer survivor of three years. Faced with her … Continue reading “Award-winning Australian horror hit THE FACELESS MAN comes to digital”

Film Review: RED CHRISTMAS (2016)

RED CHRISTMAS **** Australia 2016 Dir: Craig Anderson. 82 mins A bold hybrid of retro-80’s festive slasher, satirical Christmas family drama and button-pushing issues. Widowed matriarch Dee Wallace reunites with her large family at Christmas, a gathering that activates and enhances existing family tensions fuelled further by grief and religion. The arrival of a cloaked, … Continue reading “Film Review: RED CHRISTMAS (2016)”