Review: Phantom Abyss - A promising mixture of movement and mystery
The kinetic experience of making your way through hazard-filled temples in Phantom Abyss makes us eager to see what else…
MIFF Film Review: Paper City pays tribute to survivors of neglected tragedy
Australian filmmaker Adrian Francis tries to understand the firebombing of Tokyo in this MIFF Premiere Fund documentary.
Review: The Newsreader on ABC TV is sophisticated and enjoyable
The ABC's new drama set in an 80s newsroom intelligently captures the pressure and intimacy of workplace relationships.
TV Review: RFDS: Royal Flying Doctor Service lifts off safely
Outback locations, likeable characters and true to life medical procedures make Endemol/Seven's next gen Flying Doctors a sure bet at…
Film Review: Infinite is an entertaining mess
Infinite is entertaining, you don’t have to pay too much attention, and afterwards you’ll be asking yourself 'did I really…
Review: Game Builder Garage helps you fail at game development, and that's great
Nintendo's latest game creation tool is defined both by the Switch's limitations and the impressive breadth of creative expression it…
TV Review: Rosehaven S5 is a Tassie holiday away with good friends
Anthony Morris sings the praises of the ABC's consistently charming Tasmanian comedy as it launches its final season.
TV Review: The Pursuit of Love is delicious
Emily Mortimer's BBC/Prime adaptation of Nancy Mitford's romantic novel is utterly adorable, says Chris Boyd.
No Longer Home offers a gentle, personal story about adulthood
No Longer Home deals with a familiar form of melancholy with a delicate touch, but sometimes, it borders on insubstantial.
TV Review: The Cheap Seats has decent jokes and lots of them
The latest topical comedy from Working Dog does the job well, says Anthony Morris.