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Thanks to Mike for our first horror/musical review!

Camping kids, a slasher and singing abound,
Original killings and a few laughs can be found,
Meat Loaf and Minnie Driver do their best,
To give cred to this bloody songfest,
This horror musical is solid all ‘round.


Five lines of rhyme by Claudine for the 6th in this series:

No 6 is back so have fear,
Paul’s eyes so blue and clear,
To save Letty the crew's back,
Shaw will ensure they crack,
But No 7’s villain will make you cheer!!


Thanks Claudine for sending in this review!

To save his son The Rock has to snitch,
But things don’t go without a hitch,
El Toppo needs cash transported,
Whilst Dwayne wants his son’s sentence retorted,
So who is he gonna have to stitch?


Mike McNally is back with another cult pick, this time from the Sydney Film Fest.

Down on luck, our lead visits a bar,
And encounters a friend from days past.
But their night takes a turn,
With quick dollars to earn,
From a guy with some dares most macabre.

You too could be like Mike - buy tickets for the June 11 Sydney film festival screening, and leave your...

Huge thanks to Claudine for her contribution:

The Wolfpack is back like the days of old,
But this film drags as the back story is told,
Chow is as annoying as ever,
They are trying too hard to be clever,
I am glad it’s the last in the fold.


Thanks to Shayne for this guest review!

The errantly titled Last Stand,
Will have Arnie fans clapping their hands,
There's still fight in his eyes,
His best since True Lies,
Go forth, flex your action gland!


Chicks are bitches, there ain’t no denying
One minute laughing, the next minute crying
The hen’s night is a mess Dunst, Caplan and Fisher are best
When they're loving, fighting, drinking and lying

Hamish Blake and Bret McKenzie star in Two Little Boys, a cheeky comedy with great toasted sandwiches.
Two Little Boys opens in Australian Cinemas on November 15.
Thanks to Hopscotch and The Limerick Review, you could win a double pass to see the film!

Click read more, to find out how!


Thanks to Adrian for this review:

Little Hushpuppy couldn't be more adorable, But The Bathtub she lives in's deplorable, When floods rise it starts to look tragic, So she dreams up a world full of magic, Through a child's eyes even faith is restorable.

Lisa also checked the film out and had this to say:

There's a real beauty to the decay,
And how does a 6-year-old portray,
Such a depth and a...

Receving a ten minute standing ovation at the prestgious Cannes Film Festival, The Sapphires is a crowd-pleasing combination of comedy, heart and romance and an unbeatable soul music soundtrack, set against the racial and social upheaval of the late 1960s.
A jewel-bright charmer and an Australian classic, The Sapphires is not to be missed.

The Sapphires opens in Australian Cinemas on August 9.