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Review: The Pervert’s Guide to Ideology at the Sydney Underground Film Festival

Review: The Pervert’s Guide to Ideology at the Sydney Underground Film Festival

Max Weber gets meta about film

Australia First, minorities second

Australia First, minorities second

Max Weber interviewed Victor Waterson – the Australia First Party candidate for Bennelong

Broken Window theory: Pub toilet edition

Broken Window theory: Pub toilet edition

It’s a Monday afternoon. The Abercrombie has ten dollar lunches, ten dollar jugs and there’s a strike tomorrow. The ‘crombie’s beer-garden restroom – smelling like copper; walls asphalt-coloured – is plastered with a thousand stickers of amateur club promoters and graffiti writers. The real problem though, is the urinal trough – a painfully awkward size, […]

Almost touching the void

Almost touching the void

Max Weber took the scenic route in Borneo

Review: Stoker at the Sydney Film Festival

Review: Stoker at the Sydney Film Festival

Stoker isn’t marked by the unabated savageness of Park’s Korean offerings, but rather restrains itself until tension builds overlong; bursting into sexual violence and bubbling back down again.

Review: Only God Forgives at the Sydney Film Festival

Review: Only God Forgives at the Sydney Film Festival

Only God Forgives is the second collaboration between Ryan Gosling and Nicolas Winding Refn, after 2011′s Drive. It can be a disaffecting, disorienting experience.

Review: Upstream Colour at the Sydney Film Festival

Review: Upstream Colour at the Sydney Film Festival

Upstream Colour is a rare, and paradoxical, example of a film that makes complete sense in of itself, but is impossible to summate.

Would you like some Bratwurst with your Spaghetti Western?

Would you like some Bratwurst with your Spaghetti Western?

Max Weber sticks to one genre in this article on genre mixing