The Boy and The Heron review: Miyazaki's masterful return to form
The Boy and The Heron is Hayao Miyazaki's most daring and vulnerable work yet, signalling a welcome return to form…
Scott Pilgrim Takes Off review: Netflix animation gives hero's journey an extra life
Scott Pilgrim Takes Off is a surprising rehash of the hero's journey, serving as both an alternative and a complimentary…
The Artful Dodger, Disney+ review: leaves us wanting more
Jack Dawkins (the Dodger) is now living in Australia as a respectable surgeon in this spin-off of Oliver Twist ...…
Exhibition review: Works of Nature: Marshmallow Laser Feast, ACMI
A trippy excursion into a world of swirling pixels has profound intent in ACMI's Marshmallow Laser Feast.
Godzilla Minus One review: roar and emotional
Godzilla Minus One goes back to the Kaiju's origins, and in doing so rewrites the myth to include more Japanese…
Faraway Downs review: Baz Luhrmann lands his Australia re-do
The 2008 film has been reimagined and recut into six episodes, giving what was an already epic story (even) more…
The Way We Wore, ABC review: fashion is the political
Celeste Barber hosts a thoughtful three-part series about the way fashion shapes our lives.
The Royal Hotel Review: a dead-set Australian classic
Misogyny and an unerring sense of menace inform Kitty Green’s wrong-footing outback thriller.
Plausible Deniability review: Australian web series is worth the buzz
Three tweens take high-profile Australians to task as part of a homeless documentary, and it's a snort-fest.
Scrublands, Stan review: it delivers the goods
The new Australian series, based on Chris Hammer's bestselling crime novel, is a solidly entertaining mystery.