FILM

RAISING THE DEAD//

Tuesday, March 1st, 2011 by Nicole Norelli
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WHAT: ‘Raising The Dead’ Fundraiser
WHERE: The Bakery ARTRAGE Complex
WHEN: Saturday 26th Feb 2011

Local filmmaker and Cut and Paste sweetheart Aaron McCann threw a fundraiser last Saturday night called ‘Raising the Dead’ for his Zombie film ‘Perished’ at The Bakery.
The gig was held to help raise funding for the post production on the Perth bred zombie film ‘Perished’ which McCann has co- written and co-directed.  All the undead fans came out to play!
There was zombie face painting by pro special effects makeup artists who made blisters and bullet wounds, gore-lesque girls ‘Duchess Silk’ ate liver on stage and punk rockers Slaughterhouse Five, Die Scoundrels, and Mongrel Country played one hellraising soundtrack all in aid of a great cause! Good on you McCann!

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FIVE MINUTES OF HEAVEN // FILM REVIEW

Friday, February 19th, 2010 by Megs

Five Minutes of HeavenOpening in mid 70’s Belfast, Five Minutes of Heaven is a story with a heavy heart told in a wonderfully straight forward and quite masculine manner. When sixteen year old Alistair Little packs a gun and heads off to kill a young catholic boy he has no idea he will do so in front of the mans young brother Joe but that is exactly what occurs, the build up to this shocking event isn’t too long but filled with that sickly adrenaline filled dread that comes with a horrible decision already made in ones mind.

Flash forward thirty years and the two main characters are speeding towards each other, literally, in chauffer driven cars. TV programme has given them the chance to meet face to face and the two leads played convincingly by Liam Neeson (Little) and James Nesbitt (Joe Griffen) convey the conflicting emotions of men bound by an unspeakable act superbly.

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VULTURE CULTURE //

Tuesday, December 15th, 2009 by John
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Vulture Culture is a dark psychedelic comedy that pays homage to the works of Kubrick, Cameron and Lynch whilst exploring the human condition for over consumption. Directed by Christian Farrugia. Written by Ronan Freeburn & Leigh Chalmers. Starring Jordan Sibley, Ben Young & Joel Batt. Check out the site for more info.

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Behind the Scenes: Me and My Slave

Tuesday, October 16th, 2007 by John

We had a chat with Aaron and Henry on their latest short film, Me and My Slave.

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Ben Templesmith

Thursday, September 20th, 2007 by John

An out take from our interview with Ben Templesmith for Issue 2.

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