Lee G is a lifelong movie lover who lives for going to the cinema and loves to attend events such as Comic-Con and Supanova where she gets to sit down and hear her favorite filmmakers and stars talk about their careers.
Lee is happiest when she gets to talk about cinema so working for Subculture Entertainment is the perfect match.
Currently Lee G has 16 reviews on Subculture Entertainment
Peter is a former Chair of the AFCA, FIPRESCI juror: Munich Film Festival and Adelaide Film Festival, Broadcaster and film reviewer for Movie Metropolis on WYN FM 88.9 (Saturdays 8PM-10PM), Sole film reviewer for the monthly publication The Melbourne Catholic, advisor to the Tasmanian Film Festival (BOFA), Indonesian Film Festival, Polish Film Festival, and other festival and film events. He also serves on jury panels and hosts Q&As for film screenings.
Currently Peter Krausz has 5 reviews on Subculture Entertainment
This week on The Good The Bad The Ugly Film Show Adam, Dave, Greg and Nick take a look at new release films ‘The End Of The Tour,’ ‘Hotel Transylvania 2,’ ‘Phoenix,’ ‘In The Heart Of The Sea,’ ‘He Named Me Malala,’ ‘The Night Before,’ and ‘Truth’. This episode also contains interviews with Adam Sandler, Selena Gomez, Chris Hemsworth, Tom Holland, Joseph Gordon-Levitt, Seth Rogen, Anthony Mackie, Tom Taylor (The Deep), Lisa West (Moonlight Cinema), Michael McIntyre (IndieVillage Docco Film Festival), Amie Batalibasi (Blackbird), Gus Berger (QV Open Air Cinema) and Michael Caton (Last Cab To Darwin).
The boys also launch a brand new competition thanks to our friends at Icon Films. Icon have given us an Australian DVD Pack (made up films – Last Cab To Darwin, Strange Bedfellows, Rabbit Proof Fence, Two Hands, Oranges & Sunshine and The Black Balloon) to giveaway to celebrate the launch of Last Cab To Darwin on DVD and Blu-Ray. To win listen out for the question during this week’s show and then hit us up on Facebook with the answer.
Greg King has had a life long love of films. He has been reviewing popular films for over 15 years. Since 1994, he has been the film reviewer for BEAT magazine. His reviews have also appeared in the Herald Sun newspaper, S-Press, Stage Whispers, and a number of other magazines, newspapers and web sites.
Greg also hosts Movies At Dusk on 3WBC 94.1FM every Sunday between 7-7pm. The two hour show includes interviews with film makers, reviews and news from the world of film and entertainment. he also co-hosts the breakfast show The Wednesday Motley Crew with David Griffiths every Wednesday morning between 7-10am on 3WBC 94.1FM.
Greg also presents film reviews regularly on Terry Phibbs’ Dusk program every Sunday at 6.30pm on 3WBC 94,1FM and at 2.30pm as part of Peter Cassidy’s Saturday Afternoon Program.
He was the producer of Media Moves Cinema Scene, heard every Saturday morning from 11.00am to 12 noon, on radio station 3CR in Melbourne.
Greg is also the secretary of the Australian Film Critics Association.
When not viewing movies, Greg’s other passions include reading, listening to music, and the St Kilda football club.
Currently Greg King has 15 reviews on Subculture Entertainment