It’s almost too much. Between the discontinuation of community television and the long-dreaded return of Big Brother; Australian TV has received yet another crippling blow: Margaret Pomeranz and David Stratton, i.e. the universally-accepted dream team of Australian film reviewing, have said that “it’s time to go.”

Having spent 18 years on SBS and the past 10 on the ABC, the hosts of At The Movies will film the show’s last episode in December before retiring from the airwaves forever. David Stratton has sited reasons of age for the show’s discontinuation, stating “Since I turned 75 last week, I look forward to less pressure and more opportunities to enjoy the movies I love, in the years ahead.”

Which is fair enough. While we do give this a square zero stars, we thank Pomeranz and Stratton for their insight, their banter, and for giving The Blair Witch Project a not-bad review: