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Everything new to stream for free this DECEMBER 2023 on BROLLIE

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New free, ad based streaming service BROLLIE is bring heaps of content to hit the ground running in time for Christmas and the summer holidays.

What’s Brollie?

BROLLIE – a new free streaming platform specialising in Australian film and TV content launches today. With over 300 Australian films and TV series to get stuck into, we’ve selected some retro classics from the catalogue to get you through December.

BMX BANDITS (1983)

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BMX Bandits, trailer. Source: Umbrella Entertainment.

Synopsis: The wheel-spinning adventures of three teenagers get complicated when they discover a box of stolen walkie-talkies left behind by a gang of bank robbers intended for illegal surveillance.

CUT (2000)

Cut, trailer. Source: Umbrella Entertainment.

Synopsis: A group of film students attempt to finish a horror movie that had stopped production years ago after the director was killed. They travel to the original location, isolated in the country- but when the filming begins, so do the killings.

LAKE MUNGO (2008)

Lake Mungo, trailer. Source: H0rrors.

Synopsis: Sixteen-year-old Alice Palmer drowns while swimming in the local dam. When her body is recovered & a verdict of accidental death returned, her grieving family buries her. The family then experiences a series of strange & inexplicable events centered in and around their home. Profoundly unsettled, the Palmers seek the help of psychic & parapsychologist, Ray Kemeny. Ray discovers that Alice led a secret, double life. A series of clues lead the family to Lake Mungo where Alice’s secret past emerges.

MAD DOG MORGAN (1976)

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Mad Dog Morgan, trailer. Source: Umbrella Entertainment.

Synopsis: Upon release from an abusive prison, Daniel Morgan vows revenge on those who wronged him. With the help of an Indigenous man named Billy, and a growing legend of audacity, Morgan soon becomes a hero.

RAZORBACK (1984)

Razorback, trailer. Source: Umbrella Entertainment.

Synopsis: A nine-hundred-pound indestructible creature terrorises the outback community of Gamilla, a town as violent and primitive as the beast that threatens it.

ROAD GAMES (1981)

Road Games, trailer. Source: Umbrella Entertainment.

Synopsis: On the loneliest highway in the world a lone truck driver finds himself tangled in a sick game of cat and mouse with a psychopathic killer who hunts down and dismembers young female hitchhikers.

STONE (1974)

Stone, trailer. Source: Umbrella Entertainment.

Synopsis: An undercover cop infiltrates an outlaw motorcycle gang to investigate a series of grisly killings. He is thrown into the world of the Gravediggers – alienated Nam Vets who live in a fortress by the sea and have their own law, their own satanic religion, their own bevy of bikie chicks and a nasty habit of getting into violent and bloody gang battles

YOU WERE NEVER REALLY HERE (2017)

You Were Never Really Here, trailer. Source: Amazon.

Synopsis: Joe is a hired gun who rescues trafficked girls, using brutal methods against those responsible. He embarks on a blood-drenched rescue mission, when Nina, the innocent 13 year-old daughter of an ambitious New York senator, doesn’t returns home.

DUNE (1984)

Dune (1984), trailer. Source: Umbrella Entertainment.

Synopsis: William Hurt stars as Duke Leto Atreides, charged to rule the desolate planet Arrakis, the universes only source of Melange, a spice that enhances mental performance and makes interstellar travel possible. But soon Leto’s bitter enemy, the evil Baron Vladimir Harkonnen (Ian McNeice), a former ruler, wins back Arrakis and hands power to his brutal nephew, Rabban. When the Atreides family escape into the inhospitable desert with the help of the Fremen – a race of displaced desert nomads – the strengthening power of Melange enables Paul (Alec Newman), the Duke’s son, to organise the oppressed Fremen and wage war on the Empire.

SWEAT (1996)

Sweat, trailer. Source: Von Gogan, trailers.

Synopsis: The pressure cooker world of competitive sports provides the setting for this exciting Aussie teenage drama series starring Academy Award Winner Heath Ledger. At the fictitious Sports West Academy, the gruelling routine of the career athlete provides a dynamic backdrop to the everyday loves and lives of our would-be Olympians.

More About Brollie

Brollie is a free AVOD platform specialising in Australian film and TV content from Umbrella Entertainment.  Available from the 23rd November, Brollie launches with over 300 titles includes gems from Australian independent cinema, such as Babadook (dir. Jennifer Kent, 2014) and Two Hands (dir. Gregor Jordan, 1999) alongside rare, cult classics like Sweat (creator John Rapsey, 1996) Erskineville Kings (dir. Alan White, 1999) with Hugh Jackman and Cut (dir. Kimble Rendall, 2000) starring Kylie Minogue. Brollie also has a section for Indigenous Australia, including a collection of films starring Aboriginal screen legend David Gulpilil such as Walkabout (dir. Nicolas Roeg, 1971) Storm Boy (dir. Henri Safran, 1976) and The Last Wave (dir. Peter Weir, 1977) Those craving the stories that shape our world can dive into gripping documentaries like Servant or Slave (dir. Steven McGregor, 2016) and Ablaze (dir. Alec Morgan, Tiriki Onus, 2021) 

Subscribers will be invited to be part of the Brollie Film Club, where Brollie’s in-house team handpicks the best of the catalogue twice a month and listen to new podcast Sunburnt Screens: The Australian Cinema Odyssey, with Alexei Toliopoulos. Each episode, Alexei delves into insightful conversations with some of Australia’s most celebrated filmmakers such as Rolf de Heer, Gillian Armstrong, The Spierig Brothers and Natalie Erika James.

Viewers can access Brollie through the Apple and Google Play Store, through Apple TV, Google TV, and Android TV, through Chromecast with Google TV and on browser at www.brollie.com.au

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Samantha Kirkley
Samantha Kirkley
Samantha Kirkley is a Melbourne based writer and taking over the internet one blog post at a time.
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