Picnic at Hanging Rock adaptation ‘will strengthen tourism’

The remake of Peter Weir’s 1975 classic Australian film Picnic at Hanging Rock as a six-part TV mini-series won’t be out until next year – but the show’s already got the famous bush site bracing for incoming tourists.

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Review: The devastating beauty of ‘Dunkirk’

Christopher Nolan’s ninth film is a gem – and it’s an almost flawless one.

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The Culture Club Podcast – Episode 3: Spider-Man Homecoming review

Off the back of his acclaimed entrance in Captain America: Civil War last year, Peter Parker’s first solo entrant into the wider Marvel Cinematic Universe, Spider-Man: Homecoming swings into theatres.

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The Culture Club Podcast – Episode 2: Wonder Woman

Macleay College’s official podcast on all things pop-culture is back! Students Jameel Khan, Jessica Staveley and Phil Logan discuss the Wonder Woman movie.

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Wonder Woman: Why it is everything we need right now

Exquisite in its execution, and outrageously bold in its convictions, Wonder Woman is quickly becoming one of the great superhero origin stories of our time.

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This is not a horror film…

Ridley Scott’s Alien: Covenant opened in Australian cinemas this week. Ashley Flockhart has this review of the sixth instalment of the grisly sci-fi franchise.

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Review: The Fate of the Furious

The eighth instalment in the Fast and the Furious franchise was released in Australian cinemas this week. Aaron Verrocchi-Penberthy went to a midnight premiere of The Fate of The Furious and here’s his verdict. Warning – some spoilers ahead!

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Review: Jackman’s Wolverine gets a brutal send-off

Hatch writer Jessica Staveley reviews Logan, Hugh Jackman’s final hurrah as Wolverine.

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Fantastic Beasts breathes life back into the Harry Potter universe

The Newsroom’s Jameel Khan reviews Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them, the first film to further explore J.K. Rowling’s magical Wizarding World.

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REVIEW: The Beatles: Eight Days a Week – The Touring Years

Over five decades ago, four young men from Liverpool stepped onto the Ed Sullivan stage in New York City.

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