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This week on The Good The Bad The Ugly Film Show Adam, Dave, Greg and Nick take a look at new release films ‘Crushed,’ ‘Zoolander 2,’ ‘Brooklyn,’ ‘Deadpool’  and ‘Scare Campaign’. This episode also contains interviews with Ben Stiller, Owen Wilson, Saorise Ronin, Domnhall Gleeson, Ryan Reynolds, Morena Baccarin, Ian Medows, Josh Quong Tart, Colin Cairnes, Cameron Cairnes, Megan Riakos,Chris Earl (Scots Day Out) and Martin Lych (The Commitments Screening).

Also listen for your chance to win tickets to a special premiere screening of Triple 9 thanks to our good friends at Roadshow. Listen for the question that Dave G asks and then private message us the answer on either our Facebook or Twitter pages.

Triple 9 will be released on March 3 and stars Aaron Paul, Kate Winslet, Norman Reedus, Casey Affleck, Woody Harrelson, Chiwetel Ejifor, Gal Gadot, Teresa Palmer and Anthony Mackie.

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With Scare Campaign about to hit cinemas in the next couple of weeks Subculture Entertainment’s Dave G decided it was time to sit down and deliver his Cairnes Brothers interview. Colin and Cameron chat on a range of topics including some of the stories from the set of Scare Campaign and how much pressure they felt after the success of their last film 100 Bloody Acres.

You can listen to or download our Cairnes Brothers interview right here.

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Monster Fest 2015 is pleased to announce the winners of its second annual awards ceremony.

Having concluded at its new home in Lido Cinemas, this year’s ghoulish event was bigger and better than ever, with international guests Dee Wallace, Butch Patrick and Fred “The Hammer” Williamson giving fans more than their money’s worth, with up close and personal experiences over three days.

Opening last Thursday night with the World Premiere of SCARE CAMPAIGN, the new offering by renowned Melbourne-based filmmaking duo, Colin and Cameron Cairnes, Monster Fest culminated in its second annual awards ceremony, acknowledging the best of this year’s impressive line-up.

The winners of Monster Fest 2015 Awards are:

Best Short Screenplay
Izzy Lee – INNSMOUTH

Best International Short Film
BEYOND FEROX – Thomas Yagodinski

Best Short Film Director
Shant Hamassian – NIGHT OF THE SLASHER

Best Victorian Short
THE PRIEST – Goran Spoljaric

Best Feature Screenplay
Colin and Cameron Cairnes – SCARE CAMPAIGN

Best Feature Film Special Effects
BITE

Best Sound in a Feature
SCARE CAMPAIGN

Best Female Lead
Elma Begovic – BITE

Best Male Lead
Sterling Knight – LANDMINE GOES CLICK

Monster Jury Award
VELVET VIXEN’S ZOMBIE MASSACRE

Best Feature Film Director
Colin and Cameron Cairnes – SCARE CAMPAIGN

Best Australian Feature Film
CAT SICK BLUES – Dir. David Jackson Prod. Harley Hoshi, David Jackson, Matthew C. Vaughan

Crystal Monster for Best Film
SCARE CAMPAIGN – Dir. Colin and Cameron Cairnes, Prod. Julie Ryan

Monster Fest director, Neil Foley said, “Congratulations to all the winners, especially the Scare Campaign team, who collected four awards. “The calibre of films in this year’s Monster Fest really raised the bar and I’m excited about next year’s potential already, especially at our new home, Lido Cinemas, which provided the perfect atmosphere for fans and Festival guests.”

Scare Campaign

The Good The Bad The Ugly Film Show’s Dave Griffiths this afternoon sat down with the cast + crew of brand new Aussie horror Scare Campaign. Take a listen as Dave chats to Colin Cairnes, Cameron Cairnes, Ian Meadows and Josh Quong Tart.

You can listen to or download our Scare Campaign interviews right here.

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This week on The Good The Bad The Ugly Film Show Adam, Dave, Greg and Nick take a look at new release films ‘Spectre,’ ‘The Crow’s Egg,’ ‘5 To 7,’ 99 Homes,’ ‘Secret In Their Eyes,’ ‘Now Add Honey’ and ‘The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 2’. This episode also contains interviews with Daniel Craig, Monica Bellucci, Lea Seydoux, Andrew Garfield, Nicole Kidman, Julia Roberts, Josh Hutcherson, Jennifer Lawrence, Liam Hemsworth Dave Jackson (Cat Sick Blues), Dee Wallace (Monster Fest), Ivan Malekin (Made In Melbourne Film Festival), Cameron Cairnes (Scare Campaign), Colin Cairnes (Scare Campaign), Ursula Dabrowsky (Inner Demon), Joe Bauer (Australiens) and Rita Artmann (Australiens).

Also  take a listen as the boys launch a brand new giveaway thanks to Ursula Dabrowsky. Take a listen to our interview with Ursula to see how you could win a signed copy of her new film Inner Demon.

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Scare Campaign

Jumpgate VR, in collaboration with Cyan Films, have created a virtual reality experience for the upcoming Cairnes brothers feature, Scare Campaign – the first time an Australian feature film has used the technology to engage fans. A 90-second teaser trailer has just been released for “Scare Campaign: The VR Experience”, which is available via Jumpgate’s official website and showcases the immersive 3D world designed to capture the feel of the film and give fans a taste of what to expect.

Scare Campaign: The VR Experience” stars Olivia DeJonge (The Visit), who plays a ghost girl in Scare Campaign, the Colin and Cameron Cairnes film about a horror-themed TV “prank” show’s attempts to stay one step ahead of its nihilistic online rivals. The virtual reality short film follows Olivia haunting the derelict interiors of the Beechworth Lunatic Asylum in Victoria and was filmed on location during the feature shoot in February.

The teaser trailer was launched in time for the 2015 Cannes Film Festival market, where Scare Campaign producer Julie Ryan will be in attendance. “When I was introduced to the VR technology earlier in the year I was incredibly excited to work with Jumpgate” Ryan commented, “I wanted to see how we could marry the elements of our horror world with their new 3D virtual world and the results are incredible, I have to admit to screaming my way through the 90 second teaser!”

Virtual Reality (VR) has been receiving plenty of hype and attention at festivals, notably this year’s Sundance Film Festival. VR provides the viewer with an immersive and personal experience and is becoming more readily accessible, with technology such as Google Cardboard, Samsung Gear or Oculus head-mounted displays currently available. Jumpgate Managing Director Anton Andreacchio commented “To be able to support a great Australian film in such a cutting edge space is really exciting for us. We’re working on VR projects in infrastructure and events but it was fantastic to be able to collaborate with creative talents who are really keen to push the medium and explore new ground in entertainment.”

“The entire Scare Campaign team was really great to work with” remarked Jumpgate Head of Production Piers Mussared. “Julie’s energy for the project, Colin and Cam’s enthusiasm for the platform as a future story-telling medium, and Olivia’s fantastic performances meant we were able to develop some really fun and interesting concepts to complement the feature film”. As well as the VR teaser, the Scare Campaign production team has also just released a ‘Reactions to Scare Campaign VR clip’, a video that shows audience reactions to the short in a bid to further build hype and excite fans.

Scare Campaign is the second feature film from Colin and Cameron Cairnes and along with Olivia DeJonge, also stars Meegan Warner (Turn, The Veil) and Ian Meadows (The Moody’s, The Pacific) in lead roles. We have assembled a formidable cast” comments director Colin Cairnes “and the film will be packed with jolting scares and suspenseful set pieces.” “Scare Campaign: The VR Experience” will be available to audiences in late 2015.

AACTA Awards

The cream of Australian cinema will soon converge on Sydney for the AACTA Awards, so let’s take a look at the 2013 AACTA Award nominees.

Best Film

  • Dead Europe
  • The Great Gatsby
  • Mystery Road
  • The Rocket
  • Satellite Boy
  • The Turning

Best Direction

  • Baz Luhrmann, The Great Gatsby
  • Ivan Sen, Mystery Road
  • Kim Mordaunt, The Rocket
  • Directing Ensemble, The Turning

Best Lead Actor

  • Leonardo DiCaprio, The Great Gatsby
  • Sitthiphon Disamoe, The Rocket
  • Ewen Leslie, Dead Europe
  • Hugo Weaving, The Turning

Best Lead Actress

  • Rose Byrne, The Turning
  • Carey Mulligan, The Great Gatsby
  • Tasma Walton, Mystery Road
  • Naomi Watts, Adore

Best Supporting Actor

  • Marton Csokas, Dead Europe
  • Joel Edgerton, The Great Gatsby
  • Thep Phongam, The Rocket
  • Angus Sampson, 100 Bloody Acres

Best Supporting Actress 

  • Elizabeth Debecki, The Great Gatsby
  • Isla Fisher, The Great Gatsby
  • Mirrah Foulkes, The Turning
  • Alice Keohavong, The Rocket

Best Original Screenplay

  • Colin & Cameron Cairnes, 100 Bloody Acres
  • Morgan O’Neill & Tim Duff, Drift
  • Ivan Sen, Mystery Road
  • Kim Mordaunt, The Rocket

Best Adapted Screenplay

  • Christopher Hampton, Adore
  • Louise Fox, Dead Europe
  • Baz Luhrmann & Craig Pierce, The Great Gatsby
  • Writing Ensemble, The Turning

Best Documentary

  • I Am a Girl
  • Once My Mother
  • Red Obsession
  • Shadow of a Doubt 

Best Cinematography

  • Geoffrey Hall, Rick Rifici & Rick Jakovich, Drift
  • Damian E. Wyvill, Goddess
  • Simon Duggan, The Great Gatsby
  • Andrew Commis, The Rocket

Best Editing

  • Matt Villa, Jason Ballantine & Jonathan Redmond, The Great Gatsby
  • Ivan Sen, Mystery Road
  • Nick Meyers, The Rocket
  • Editing Ensemble, The Turning

Best Sound

  • The Great Gatsby
  • Mystery Road
  • The Rocket
  • Satellite Boy

Best Original Music Score

  • Jed Kurzel, Dead Europe
  • Michael Yezersky, Drift
  • Craig Armstrong, The Great Gatsby
  • Caitlin Yao, The Rocket

Best Production Design

  • Annie Beauchamp, Adore
  • Annie Beauchamp, Goddess
  • Catherine Martin, Karen Murphy, Ian Gracie & Beverley Dunn, The Great Gatsby
  • Pete Baxter, The Rocket

Best Costume Design

  • Joanna Mae Park, Adore
  • Shareen Beringer, Goddess
  • Catherine Martin, Silvana Azzi Heras & Kerry Thompson, The Great Gatsby
  • Woranun Pueakpan & Sylvia Wilczynski, The Rocket

 

100 Bloody Acres

Summary: When three young suburbanites head off to a music festival in the country, a car breakdown is all they need. Thankfully, help is at hand in the form of local organic fertiliser trader Reg, who stops and invites the partygoers to wait for help back at the farm he runs with his brother, Lindsay. But is Reg a good Samaritan or a good businessman? With a big order pending and the brothers seeking to improve their product, will the three youths find themselves pushing up daisies?

Year: 2013

Australian Cinema Release Date: 1st August, 2013

Australian DVD Release Date: TBA

Country: Australia

Director: Cameron Cairnes, Colin Cairnes

Screenwriter: Cameron Cairnes, Colin Cairnes

Cast: Oliver Ackland (James), Paul Blackwell (Charlie Wick), Ward Everaardt (Bernard St. John), Damon Herriman (Reg Morgan), John Jarratt (Burke), Jamie Kristian (Wesley), Anna McGahan (Sophie), Chrissie Page (Nancy), Angus Sampson (Lindsay Morgan)

Runtime: 90 mins

Classification:MA15+

SUBCULTURE MEDIA/THE GOOD THE BAD THE UGLY FILM SHOW REVIEWS/RATINGS OF ‘100 BLOODY ACRES’’:

Adam Ross: Stars(4) 

Please check Adam’s review of ‘100 Bloody Acres’ that is available on The Crat

David Griffiths:Stars(4) 

Please check Dave’s review of ‘100 Bloody Acres’ that is available on The Good The Bad The Ugly Film Show Ep #43

Greg King: Stars(4)

Please check Greg’s review of ‘100 Bloody Acres’ that is available on www.filmreviews.net.au

Nick Gardener: Stars(3)

Please check Nicks’s review of ‘100 Bloody Acres’ that is available on The Good The Bad The Ugly Film Show Ep #43

Average Subculture Rating (out of 5): Stars(4)

IMDB Rating:  100 Bloody Acres (2012) on IMDb

Other Subculture Media Reviews of ‘100 Bloody Acres′: Please check The Good The Bad The Ugly Film Show Ep #43 for more reviews of ‘100 Bloody Acres’.

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