Anthony's Latest Articles
TV Review: 'You' S3 on Netflix pivots perfectly to satire
TV's most romantic serial killer struggles with marriage and early parenthood and it's loads of fun to watch.
TV Review: Frayed S2 has lost none of its edge
Sarah Kendall's dramedy keeps the laughs coming, even after the bodies hit the floor.
Film Review: Nitram is hard to pin down
If you're looking for outrage - or insight - Nitram won't be for you, but the artistry and performances are…
TV Review: Australian Gangster doesn't fulfil 'instagangster' promise
Legal complications made this true story about Pasquale Barbaro tricky to tell. Writer-director Gregor Jordan works hard to inject energy.
Film Review: Big Deal is a blunt call to action
More informative than flashy, Christiaan Van Vuuren and Craig Reucassel put jokes aside to focus on the all-pervading rot of…
TV Review: Netflix 'Clickbait' is polished pulp storytelling
The Melbourne-made Netflix series is bingeworthy, shocking, but a little hollow, writes Anthony Morris
TV Review: RFDS: Royal Flying Doctor Service lifts off safely
Outback locations, likeable characters and true to life medical procedures make Endemol/Seven's next gen Flying Doctors a sure bet at…
Film Review: Infinite is an entertaining mess
Infinite is entertaining, you don’t have to pay too much attention, and afterwards you’ll be asking yourself 'did I really…
TV Review: Rosehaven S5 is a Tassie holiday away with good friends
Anthony Morris sings the praises of the ABC's consistently charming Tasmanian comedy as it launches its final season.
TV Review: The Cheap Seats has decent jokes and lots of them
The latest topical comedy from Working Dog does the job well, says Anthony Morris.