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The Furnace was a blink and you missed it film for most people and became a small exhibition mystery. It certainly had a short mainstream presence. While it seemed to come and go in a trice, it is actually still available in some cinemas. The Umbrella website shows us that it is running at Melbourne’s The Nova in mid-afternoon through the end of January, It also has good sessions at the Luna Leederville in WA, where it was made.
The Dry is ploughing on across the multiplex and specialist markets.
Read more: Eric Bana shines in the dry
Penguin Bloom may be gathering steam; it has just been released internationally on Netflix and is getting publicity outside Australia.
Read more: Penguin Bloom plays it by the book
High Ground went on wide release yesterday, propelled by Madman. It is getting great afternoon and evening sessions in the multiplexes.
Read more: High Ground delivers its own reckoning
Occupation: Rainfall has also hit the cinemas, again in the multiplexes, at the hands of boutique distributor Monster Pictures.
Babyteeth is available on most streaming platforms as an individual rental.
Read more: Babyteeth is a complex portrait of youth
Relic is available on Stan.
Dark Whispers, the feminist horror anthology is also on most major streaming sites.
Read more: Dark whispers from the creepy ten
Warwick Thornton’s anthology of disturbing Aboriginal stories, The Darkside, is on iTunes.
Read more: The Darkside
The Dark Place anthology of Indigenous horror shorts is available on iView.
So is In My Blood It Runs.