Animal rights activist and pro-equality campaigner Gary Yourofsky pulls off a protest stunt in a roadside Chinese buffet restaurant which is loosely themed around the film Enter the Dragon, starring Bruce Lee.

MQ’s multi-film (or should that be multi-limbed?) Limb Cutter project finally gets off the ground. Stay tuned for exclusive screenplay excerpts and set design art work.

The Two Toms, Hanks and Cruise, have just taken method acting to the next level. A dangerous, experimental, surgical level.

As of next month Netflix users can custom order new TV shows tailored to their exact preferences.

“Either you create content or you consume content or you can get out!” – Netflix CEO, 2017

Nic Cage wins big. Roman Polanski gets his just(ice) desserts. Warren Beatty and Faye Dunaway pull off one last job. Meryl Steep is there.

“I’ve got the Oscars fever. Hope you’ve got it too. Pour me some bubbly now. It’s all you gotta do!”

A scintillating sequel to 2000’s Vertical Limit, pushing new horizon(tal)s in disaster movie filmmaking. Set between a rock and a rock place and starring The Rock from 127 Hours.

I’m a mess without
My China Girl
Wake up mornings, there’s
No China Girl
I’d hear hearts beating
Loud as thunder
I’d see stars crashing down

A totally subjective set of films that I found to be enjoyable in 2016. Although I did not watch EVERY film of 2016, I did watch every film trailer, so that has to count for something… right?

An (ab)Original Movie Quibble film script celebrating Australia Day 2017.

Movie Quibble’s Tom Bruce deconstructs the book that made Infinite Jest look like the Metro cartoon column. Then reconstructs it, without referring to the original blueprints.A grave mistake. And in next week’s essay (sneak preview only £4.99) discover the intricacies of Kevin Smith’s groundbreaking House of Leaves adaptation starring Jay Baruchel. They said ‘It couldn’t be filmed’. It was filmed.