Category Archive: Film

Win double passes to see The Sapphires!

Back in the days before those televised talent contests got borrrrring, we were a bit obsessed with Australian Idol. Bobby Flynn made us weak at the knees and, when he was eliminated, we… Read More


Here Are Seven Films You Might Have Missed But That You Have To See

Neil Martin gives you a heads up on some flicks you might not have seen: I watch a hell of a lot of films, at the time of writing I have watched 103… Read More


Britany Nola interview – Getting to Know

Bobby Townsend has a chat with model, actress and fellow Something You Said contributor, Britany Nola. You can read his video interview with her by clicking here. Modelling is fun, I suppose. I… Read More


Where Do We Go Now?

From the creator of Caramel, this is a genuinely charming and inventive film which takes its audience through a spectrum of emotions. The story is thus: In an isolated village, a close-knit group… Read More


Kieran Darcy-Smith turns the pages

“There are two things I really care about when I write something,” Kieran Darcy-Smith says from beneath a baseball cap and over a glass of red wine. “The first thing is I need… Read More


Kill List

Neil Martin, tries to wrap his head around the uncompromising, brutal Kill List:  Ben Wheatley’s much talked about Kill List is a dark, claustrophobic and disorientating journey into hell. It follows the descent… Read More


The Harry Potter Exhibition is great!

We went to the preview of the Harry Potter Exhibition at Sydney’s Powerhouse Museum. Our resident Harry Potter nerd, Heidi Pett, spent much of the time gazing wide-eyed at the exhibits saying, “This… Read More


Red State review

Red State is not your typical Kevin Smith movie, as Neil Martin discovers:  Something strange has happened to Kevin Smith. His past as a purveyor of foul-mouthed slacker comedies does not prepare the… Read More


Small Town Murder Songs is a quiet storm

Neil Martin casts his eye over Small Town Murder Songs for SYS and likes what he sees: Ed Gass Donnelly’s Small Town Murder Songs is a quiet storm of a film. A powerful and… Read More


Never Let Me Go asks some moral questions

Nicole Dora casts her eyes over Never let Me Go, the new movie from Mark Romanek: I have never been a fan of book-to-film adaptations and, while I haven’t read Never Let Me… Read More


Getting To Know… Rebecca Victoria

Sydney based model Rebecca Victoria has a chat with SYS about modelling, acting, Cher and her dream of one day giving it all up to be a gyspy hippy lady. For real: Modelling… Read More


Easy A, a love letter to John Hughes

A couple of years after the simply wonderful Juno comes another teen comedy with a brain in its head. Easy A sees a high-school girl, Olive, tell a seemingly innocent white lie about… Read More