A WWII US army medic refuses to bear arms but does his best to save the lives of his comrades until their fate is in his hands during the Battle of Okinawa.
An ex-con and a recovering alcoholic is forced to take up arms when his missing daughter returns, on the run from drug dealers.
South Australia's Academy Award winning cinematographer Dean Semler received handwritten invites from school kids in Renmark. The result is on SBS this Saturday.
Mourning the loss of his wife and child, Max listlessly walks amidst a post-apocalyptic landscape, seeking to restore order in a savage world.
Barney Ross leads his group of mercenaries to free one of their former comrades and confront a deadly enemy with a savage grudge against them.
Utterly ridiculous and proud of it, Machete Kills is a lot of fun. It has no pretensions to high art, instead revelling in its high-octane exploits. It’s hard to dislike and more than earns its place amongst others in the genre.