Film Review: Lamb is stunning and resists folk horror tag
The impressive Icelandic debut that won Un Certain Regard at Cannes almost defies review, says an admiring Adrian Martin. Spoiler…
TV Review: New Gold Mountain is a captivating achievement
Vivid, compelling and focused on Chinese-Australian characters, this SBS miniseries uncovers buried treasure, says Eric Jiang.
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.
Film Review: Hating Peter Tatchell is a vital look at LGBTIQ history
Glenn Dunks finds lots to love in this documentary now available in Australia and New Zealand on Netflix.
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…
Game Review: Axiom Verge 2 - Engagement is optional
Axiom Verge 2 attempts to create a free-form Metroidvania, but is let down by its lack of variety and incentive…
TV Review: ‘Fires’ reignites the humanity behind the devastating Black Summer bushfires
ABC iview's new six-part anthology series Fires is vividly real, writes Mel Campbell.
Film Review: 'Zola' - How to Tell the Story?
Zola is a cautionary glimpse into the prevalence of sex trafficking, wrapped in social media ambience. The result is a…
Film Review: Disclosure is a taut and mature debut
Gathering momentum after a string of glowing international reviews, this little independent film has big impact, says Anthony Morris.