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Film review: Jurassic World Dominion
This movie is what happens when you cross a lot of hungry dinos with humanity trying desperately to redeem itself for a mistake, and boy does it try.
This Iron Man drone wants you to fly like a superhero
Iron Man must be one of the most popular superheroes of 2019 – because this year he has been transformed into a robot, and now he’s styled as his very own drone.
Now you can control Iron Man with this customisable robot
Marvel fans beware – Tony Stark is going to do his best to steal the money right from your pocket and replace it with a robot.
Samsung reveals the world’s first 3D cinema LED screen
Samsung Electronics continues its efforts to make traditional, projection-based cinema technology a thing of the past.
Moviegoers hold on to your popcorn, HOYTS is creating VR cinemas
HOYTS announced a new way guests can experience more from their next trip to the movies.
Stuff Fibre steps up their offering with a new streaming service
Stuff Fibre just announced their entrance into the movies-on-demand market with the launch of a new product, Stuff Pix...
Introducing Cinera, the clunky VR-cinema of the future
This ridiculous headset promises an immersive IMAX experience and theater-grade sound from the comfort of a user’s couch...
Guardians of the Galaxy 2's Mantis heading down to the Auckland Armageddon Expo
The 2017 Auckland Armageddon Expo continues to get recognisable guests as Pom Klementieff will be heading down to the event happening later this year.
Film review: Trolls - a fun combination of candyfloss hair, colours and chatter
Candyfloss, colours and chatter were everywhere you looked – and that was just in the foyer. And just quietly, I did indeed find my happy place.
Does it fly? Eddie the Eagle film review
“Eddie the Eagle” is not the only thing soaring in this inspirational sporting film, as movie goers are treated to an emotional rollercoaster.
Fitness industry gets breath of life thanks to Kiwi developers
“This common interest and the direction gaming is heading highlights a significant opportunity for the fitness industry and one we were keen to grow."
Quickflix: Why it's really worth it
Quickflix, New Zealand’s original online movie and TV streaming service, is offering all movie and TV buffs a one month free trial along with a bonus.
Star Wars: The Force Awakens tickets go on sale in NZ at 10am October 20th
Lucasfilm has announced the exact day and time that tickets for Star Wars: The Force Awakens will be available for New Zealand fans.
Film review: The Martian
Feel like a trip to Mars but can’t afford the rocket ship? Do the next best thing and buy a movie ticket to The Martian instead.
NZIFF 2015: DEATHGASM film review
Using heavy metal to bring his new group of friends together seems to be working fine for Brodie... until the band unleash the undead onto their town.
Film review: Tomorrowland
Tomorrowland is a Hollywood original with parallel universes, kids flying jet packs, and Hugh Laurie on an island. Sounds great right? Wrong.
Film review: Kingsman: The Secret Service
Where can you get thousands of exploding heads, Colin Firth as a spy in a velvet suit jacket, a woman with knives for feet, and a taxidermied dog? Kingsman: The Secret Service of course.
Netflix is coming to New Zealand next year
Netflix has announced the internet movie and TV subscription service will be available in New Zealand and Australia in March 2015.
If ever a movie franchise had a hold over the term ‘reboot’, it's James Bond.
Watch this space: films to keep an eye out for
<strong>Gone Girl<br />(Released 2nd October)</strong><br />I’ve never been so excited to see a movie in my entire life.
Film review: Housebound
Hilarous? We review Gerard Johnstone's Housebound kiwi horror movie.
Worst films of the year...so far
I’m biased because I cannot stand Zac Efron, but this movie sucked...
DVD review: Gravity
I decided I was going to be bored out of my mind. I was very, very wrong.
Film review: Divergent
The thing I don’t understand about these dystopian stories are why the leaders of the new societies are always these crazed luncatics.