KoRn fans: listen up, because your week just got more interesting.
Rude, crude, wilfully offensive and shamelessly self-aggrandising.
This documentary is about a legend, made by a legend.
Don’t stop it now, because it’s having a good time…
There’s something symphony going on in the neighbourhood.
Lords of Chaos is a big screen adaptation of the controversial non-fiction book of the same name, revolving around members of the black metal band Mayhem. It is about damaged outcasts doing ugly things, writes critic Travis Johnson. Authenticity is currency in almost any given subculture, but it holds oh so much more value than […]
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Queen music has been used in great scenes in many films, from Wayne’s World to Highlander to Shaun of the Dead,
This famously troubled production reminds us of the difference between energy and feeling.
He might be known as a master of horror, but John Carpenter’s musical prowess is just as legendary.
What a delightful film. It’s sweet without being saccharine; optimistic without making promises.
On ya Barnesy!!
This touching documentary is very likely to make grown men cry.
This year has been a memorable one for Australian music documentaries, with the release of Working Class Boy, Gurrumul and Midnight Oil 1984.
‘Johnny Rotten’ doco The Public Image is Rotten is arriving in Australia for special weekend screenings
Event Cinemas will hold special weekend screenings of The Public is Rotten, a new documentary about the titular band headed by British rock icon John Lydon – aka ‘Johnny Rotten’.
The beloved 1973 documentary Don’t Look Back is widely regarded as one of the greatest music documentaries of all time.