The 5 Closest Calls In Movie History
Monday, July 8 by Frost

Sometimes a film deserves to die on the vine, like the ninth sequel to a horror franchise that isn’t scary anymore. Other times the fates allow for the existence of…

AUSTRALIA!
Everything I Know About Australia I Learned From Hollywood
Wednesday, January 25 by

Look out for the roving bands of post-apocalyptic talking kangaroos, mate!

10 Best Australian Actors
Saturday, July 23 by Sheldon Reid

The ten best Australian actors are a group of talented individuals from Down Under. While many of them are able to hide their Aussie accents well, rest assured, these men…

10 Best Australian Male Actors
Saturday, March 19 by William Gish

The 10 best Australian male actors are a brawny, brainy, and bawdy lot. From the enraged escapes of Russell Crowe to the unpredictable turns of Heath Ledger, these men are…

Western Movies 2008
Saturday, March 19 by Nicki Fox

The days of Clint Eastwood and John Wayne may be long gone, but these Western movies 2008 prove that the genre is far from dead. Viggo Mortensen, Ed Harris, Nicole…

5 Best Australian Soap Operas
Wednesday, February 2 by Samantha Assad

The 5 best Australian soap opera shows are must-sees for drama fans. Soap operas, or serial dramas, are a staple in Australia, with the popular weekday soap "Neighbours" currently celebrating…

10 Best Aussie Actors
Wednesday, January 19 by J Hardy

Australians have been making an impact in Hollywood for years, so who are the 10 best Aussie actors? The answers include many familiar faces, and maybe a few surprises. Most…

Spielberg Heads Down Under for ‘Terra Nova’
Tuesday, August 10 by

The people of Queensland, Australia, might want to throw another shrimp on the barbie (unless shrimp falls into the whole shellfish/non-kosher category, in which case a nice brisket might be more in order).
Stephen Spielberg has chosen the land down under as the filming location for his new TV series, "Terra Nova," Coming Soon has confirmed.
"We wanted this ambitious series to look like no other on television and Queensland provided the best of all possible worlds," executive vice president of production, Jim Sharp added. "Queensland had the right look, climate and terrain…"
Considering the show is about a group of scientists from the future who travel back 85 million years to prehistoric Earth, I'm not exactly sure that's a ringing endorsement for Queensland tourism bureau.
Come to Queensland: "The Land That Time Forgot!"