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A young woman lies in bed with a concerned, confused look on her face, next to a very worn-looking duck teddy, in a publicity still for Such Brave Girls on Stan.

Such Brave Girls, Stan review: scorching comedy

Comedian Kat Sadler lays her darkest hours on the line in this acerbic, ferociously funny show that tackles mental health…

Pupils and teachers gather round the Hartley High principal's desk in a publicity still for Heartbreak High Season 2 on Netflix.

Heartbreak High Season 2, Netflix review: tension and detention

Friendships and solidarity remain the strongest parts of the series as it returns for a second dramatic term.

A young woman in a bar with a pink cowboy hat and blue spangly bodysuit, with a pink sash, points into the distance as if choosing something or someone, in a publicity still for White Fever on ABC.

White Fever, ABC review: more than 'maybe I need to bang Asian dudes'

Ra Chapman's new series spotlights complex and likeable characters against a backdrop of race, identity and belonging.


La Chimera review: Rohrwacher weaves an irresistible work of art

La Chimera is part myth, part parable, and part philosophical debate.


Miriam Margolyes Impossibly Australian, ABC review: look at us!

The format may be tried and tested but Margolyes is always something of a wild card – making this a…


Civil War review: Alex Garland's film will stun you

Garland's provocative, dystopian film places four photojournalists at the centre of its story.


Before Dawn review: Anzac war horrors that shaped a nation

Based on real diaries, Before Dawn doesn’t shy away from the horrors of war, but it doesn’t hammer them home…


Late Night with the Devil review: ferociously fun horror

The new retro horror from Australian brothers Colin and Cameron Cairnes pits an excellent ensemble cast against 70s gore.


Windcatcher, Stan review: fun family film with Jessica Mauboy

Running, family, ghosts ... and wind of more than one kind – this fast-moving Australian film smells like a winner.


T-Blockers review: body horror and the trans experience

With delicious body horror, vibrant colour aesthetics, and layers-upon-layers of metatext, T-Blockers achieves something amazing with its tiny budget.

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