Bloody hell! A new Boar trailer has dropped

The theatrical trailer for Chris Sun’s Boar dropped this afternoon. Written and directed by Sun (Charlie’s Farm), Boar stars John Jarratt (Wolf Creek), Bill Moseley (Charlie’s Farm), Simone Buchanan (Neighbours), Nathan Jones (Mad Max: Fury Road), Hugh Sheridan (Packed To The Rafters), Roger Ward (Mad Max), Melissa Tkautz (Real Housewives of Sydney), Ricci Guarnaccio (Geordie Shore)…

Six Australian film premieres to gorge on at Monster Fest 2017

Chris Sun’s long-awaited Ozploitation horror film, Boar, will have its Australian premiere at this year’s Monster Fest. Boar is one of six Australian films announced as the first wave of programming announced for Australia’s premier cult festival Monster Fest, Australia’s premier genre film festival, today announces its first wave of programming for its annual Melbourne event, to be…

The Boar trailer is here! Watch it now

Director Chris Sun has dropped the teaser trailer for his upcoming, highly-anticipated horror film, Boar. The film sees Sun working again with Nathan Jones and Bill Moseley who both starred in Sun’s previous film Charlie’s Farm. The rest of the cast is made up of Griffin Walsh, Christie Lee Britten, Nathan Jones, John Jarratt, Roger ward, Melissa Tkautz, Hugh Sheridan, Simone Buchanan, Bill Moseley, Steve Bisley and Ernie…

Competition – Win a copy of Charlie’s Farm! (NOW CLOSED)

Thanks to Monster Pictures, Cinema Australia is giving readers the chance to win a copy of Chris Sun’s Charlie’s Farm on DVD. Starring the seven foot Australian giant Nathan Jones (soon to feature as Rictus Erectus in George Miller’s Mad Max: Fury Road), Tara Reid (star of American Pie and Sharknado) and horror icons Bill Moseley (The Devil’s Rejects) and Kane Hodder (Hatchet), this brutal horror masterpiece is…

Australian horror reborn: We review Charlie’s Farm

As damaging as it might be to its chances of a fair distribution at home, Charlie’s Farm is the R rated film Australia has been dying to see. Its ruthless, no-holds-barred savagery makes it one of the greatest Australian slasher films of all time, and while it may not have the brains of some contemporary…