Monolith review: a chilling Australian indie horror
In Matt Vesely's slow-burn horror, questions are raised about journalistic ethics while thrills and chills arise over a mysterious black…
Hot Potato: The Story of The Wiggles review – a must-watch doco
From their formation in 1991 to the many break-ups, reunions, and evolutions, we get in-depth coverage on Australia's favourite children's…
Erotic Stories, SBS review: sexy in the right ways
The new Australian anthology series presents sex that's fun, respectful, safe ... and hot.
Night Bloomers, SBS review: bloody fables from the Korean diaspora
The new five-part horror anthology deals with migration and intergenerational conflict, with plenty of scares.
Housekeeping for Beginners review: a luminous tribute to found family
Of An Age director Goran Stolevski’s latest is a tribute to the enduring love of friendship.
Black Barbie: A Documentary review – a doll that 'looks like me'
We've seen the Greta Gerwig film, but now Black Barbie's own story is here, complete with a rich and fascinating…
Poor Things review: a fabulous feminist odyssey
Emma Stone delivers an Oscar-worthy performance in this surrealist spin on Alasdair Gray's 1992 novel.
The Mission, SBS review: Fennell is in fine form
Colourful characters, quirky angles, and a serious undertone: The Mission ticks all the true crime boxes.
Wolf Like Me, Stan, Season 2 review: a joyous rebirth
Mary and Gary are freaking out about what they’ve gotten into ... and how furry their bub might be.
Killers of the Flower Moon review: a Scorsese filmmaking masterclass
A true story comes to life in stunning, kinetic detail in Scorsese's Killers of the Flower Moon.