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WHEN it was announced that Goth-pop filmmaker Tim Burton was going to remake Alice in Wonderland, on paper it appeared a match made in cinematic heaven. more »
MAYLANDS resident Mat de Koning has been nominated for two WA Screen Awards for his work on a music video and a documentary called Harmony in Halls Creek. more »
ANYONE who follows news of events in Iraq knows about the extreme danger posed by improvised explosive devices, which have been responsible for almost half the deaths of coalition forces since the occupation began in 2003. more »
A NEW Martin Scorsese flick is always a good reason to get a little bit excited, because the man just doesn’t make dud movies. more »
A DOCUMENTARY on the world of eBay addiction has won the people’s choice award at the Fremantle Bohemian Shorts film competition. more »
TRANSFORMING a Hollywood actor into a hairy, gruesome werewolf was all in a day’s work for Hale School theatre technician Alan Murphy . more »
NOW that the love letters have been exchanged, the chocolates unwrapped and devoured and the flowers are half wilted, Valentine’s Day the movie is rendered somewhat irrelevant. more »
LOAD the guns with silver bullets because they’re the only ones that will kill werewolves. more »
REMEMBER a 1985 BBC mini-series called Edge of Darkness? more »
CINEMA delivers us a myriad hellish tales, some of them based on fact. more »
THE comic duo responsible for producing the internet sensation film This Is Perth have taken aim at Fremantle in their latest instalment. more »
IT is the year 2019 in Daybreakers, and an unknown epidemic has turned most of the human race into vampires. more »
REVENGE flicks have been around for a while, and count some pretty ordinary films amongst their number, so expectations aren’t going to be sky high for Law Abiding Citizen. more »
WATCHING bleak post-apocalyptic thriller The Road, it’s easy to understand why some critics have dubbed the film “the feel-bad movie of the year.” more »
IT may be a somewhat romanticised and idealistic view, but sport really does have the power to unify humankind, even if for only minutes, hours, days or weeks. more »
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Western Suburbs Weekly reporter Erienne Lette and City of Subiaco Mayor Heather Henderson talks about the new Cinemas Project.
Editor Denise Cahill talks with Harriet Wyatt about new conservation and restoration works being done to the Oliver Hill Battery.
Western Suburbs Weekly editor Denise Cahill with this week's Cat Haven update.
Western Suburbs Weekly editor Denise Cahill with this week's Dog Refuge update.