Film Review: Shane – nice story, heavy spin
Celebrity connections abound but surely more could have been made of Warne’s intelligence and tenacity?
Film Review: Nightmare Alley, by Guillermo del Toro
Bradley Cooper, Cate Blanchett, Mara Rooney, Toni Collette and Willem Dafoe lead the way in del Toro's stylish adaptation of…
Film Review: Gold (it's good as)
A beautifully shot Australian outback thriller in which a bad situation only gets worse? Yes please.
TV Review: Wolf Like Me
Writer-director Abe Forsythe of Little Monsters and Down Under delivers a romance with wit, pathos … and claws.
TV Review: 'Station Eleven' champions human creativity and care
This post-apocalyptic drama series on Stan avoids the cliches of the genre. Reviewer Mel Campbell finds it fresh and inspiring.
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.
TV Review: 'Love Me' offers lush, cosmopolitan escapism
The new Binge drama explores love at many stages. It shows Melbourne at its glossy best and treats mature characters…
Film Review: 'I'm Wanita' isn't just another 'Star is Born' story
Matthew Walker's award-winning documentary follows a one-woman hurricane as she sings her way to Nashville.
TV Review: Firebite is fang warfare, Australian style
Co-produced with US network AMC, Warwick Thornton and Brendan Fletcher’s supernatural thriller Firebite puts a distinct and deadly Indigenous spin…
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.