drawing room 10t dee.mp3
Two reality show judges held at customs for nine hours. 3 March 2012 - "They stripped and searched in every orifice". Judge Mi6 and ex-espionage agent, is angry. "I mean you come all the way to Australia and this is the way they treat you". I didn't help that explosives expert Judge Miki Miraj was carrying 4 illegal weapons in his carry-on. "They're for protection. I mean we visiting a land of detention and convicts. Iv'e seen Underbelly, so I wanted to be prepared". They are here for the launch.
Theatre People Review by Chris Baldock
"If you are a fan of the reality competitions that saturate our television screens, then this hilarious, twisted romp is a must.... There are so many joys to discover in this film".
Crikey Review by Luke Buckmaster
"McLachlan returns to throw some kero on the fire with a hell-for-leather send-up of reality television so fast moving it needs a sign: no pregnant women or people with heart conditions allowed... a hurricane of high voltage entertainment"
FilmLink Review $16 out of $20
Cinephilia Review by Bernard Hemingway
...its a Dr Strangelove for our economically rationalist, media-saturated, 21st century world. And like Kubricks film, its damn funny ...an unvarnished commitment to its vision and a palpable sense of collaborative spirit the sort of qualities that money cant buy..... it has the potential to become one of our first cult films....
Buffalo Review by Jared Mobarak 7/10
The over-exuberance of all involved comes through and I seriously wouldn't be suprised to walk into my parents home one day to see it on the television. Each judge gets the attitude just right and their excitement at sending their contestants into dangerous and illegal situations is horribly fantastic.
Who Will Be Crowned Master Terrorist?
By: Craig Villinger on November 26, 2009
The makers 2007's The Jammed, a critically acclaimed thriller about Melbourne's human trafficking and sex trade industry, are back with something a little different:
Comment from Tom R on 11/26/2009 @ 16:37 Comment # 1
This idea is sick, horrible, deplorable and is not the kind of thing that Australian cinema is known for. It's about F&$KING Time. I can't wait for it.
Perils of shooting on a shoestring
Jim Schembri The Age November 28, 2009'
"War is an acceptable means of killing people. Terrorism is an unacceptable means of killing people....'' Dee Mclachlan
''You've got to suffer for your art,'' Sywak exclaims with a big smile. Full Article