Being a sequel, the vulgarity is stepped up a notch…
While many songwriters seem to run out of ideas, Paul Dempsey just gets more and more interesting as time goes by.
The album starts intriguingly and with no little amount of promise.
A nice film, without it being anything special or giving us anything really new.
Despite this film being so well made, having a good story and having great acting performances, it’s not up there with the best films of the year to date.
This film was very poor. One for the true believers only.
Many years ago, whilst interviewing British punk iconoclast Howard Devoto, I was made to feel totally inadequate because […]
There is not enough variation amongst the songs to set any one particular tune apart from the rest, the album is mono-paced and its cumulative effect is soporific – hence that is why they call this ‘dream pop’.
Kirsty Stark and Indiana Crowther spoke to us recently about their involvement in the film and what it was like working with a cast of Aussie cinema royalty.
The Groovin the Moo people absolutely know how to put on an organised, star studded and fun filled event.