Anthony Morris

Anthony Morris is a freelance film and television writer. He’s been a regular contributor to The Big Issue, Empire Magazine, Junkee, Broadsheet, The Wheeler Centre and Forte Magazine, where he’s currently the film editor. Other publications he’s contributed to include Vice, The Vine, Kill Your Darlings (where he was their online film columnist), The Lifted Brow, Urban Walkabout and Spook Magazine. He’s the co-author of hit romantic comedy novel The Hot Guy, and he’s also written some short stories he’d rather you didn’t mention. You can follow him on Twitter @morrbeat and read some of his reviews on the blog It’s Better in the Dark.

Anthony's Latest Articles

A bearded man (Zac Efron) with a muddy face

Film Review: Gold (it's good as)

A beautifully shot Australian outback thriller in which a bad situation only gets worse? Yes please.

Will Smith, Demi Singleton & Saniyya Sidney in the film 'King Richard'

Film Review: King Richard is a revealing portrait

With Serena and Venus Williams as producers, this 'authorised' story still presents an enjoyably nutty and nuanced Sports Dad.

Spider-Man: No Way Home

ScreenHub's Summer Holiday Movie Guide

It's a movie bonanza from now until mid January, says Anthony Morris.

Timothée Chalamet and Rebecca Ferguson star in 'Dune'. Image: Warner Bros.

Film Review: Dune deserves the biggest screen you can find

Denis Villeneuve's version of this intergalactic epic is huge and impressive, with warm human touches.


TV Review: The Back Side of Television shows up Oz TV trash

Creator and host Mitch McTaggart has no reverence for Australian TV history and finds comedy in the rubbish.

Daniel Craig in No Time To Die

Review: No Time to Die is a victory lap

Daniel Craig's final turn as Bond sets the bar high for the next guy, says Anthony Morris.

Just some of the cast of Eternals. via Disney.

Film Review: Eternals is a sombre slog

A large cast, a huge scale and a classy director doesn't necessarily make for a fun marvel movie, says Anthony…

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Sydney makes a triumphant return to big screens with a bumper festival

This year’s Sydney Film Festival is bigger than ever. We spoke to Festival Director Nashen Moodley to get his top…

Penn Badgley and Victoria Pedretti in YOU S3

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.

Sarah Kendall as Sammy in Frayed

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.

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