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Taskmaster Australia S2, Ten, review: polished to a high sheen

The second season of the comedy game show stays fresh and works well, even if everyone on it has been…

Furiosa Anya Taylor-Joy

Furiosa: A Mad Max Saga review – grinds every gear

Can George Miller strike grease lightning again with this fast and furious prequel led by Anya Taylor-Joy?


Paco review: a fantasy quest through the everyday

Tim Carlier’s clever and ambitious low-budget comedy is a love letter to Adelaide and its communal arts scene.

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Top Gear Australia, Paramount+ review: high-end hooning

Aussie blokes fanging around Italy in luxury cars: the Australian version of Top Gear has its own rough charm.

Interview with the Vampire, S2.

Interview with the Vampire S2, AMC+ review: devil is in the details

An epic voyage across war-torn Europe to the cobblestones of Paris leads the bloodsuckers to a reckoning.

After the Flood, Britbox.

After the Flood, Britbox review: climate disaster and crime make good partners

A small community, a natural disaster and a heavily pregnant detective add fresh ingredients to the traditional pleasures of a…

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Our Law Season 2, SBS & NITV review: sparking hope for a fairer system

The second season of Our Law expands its scope across States and Territories to explore the relationship between police and…


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.

A woman and a man, both prisoners, hold hands, wearing concentration camp uniforms, in a still from The Tattooist of Auschwitz on Stan.

The Tattooist of Auschwitz, Stan review: love and horror combined

Adapted from the global bestseller, Stan's The Tattooist of Auschwitz balances the bleakness with the love.

Streaming Stan Hacks Season 3.

Hacks Season 3, Stan review: savagely funny

Ava and Deborah need serious couples therapy as this comedy double act for the ages deepens the emotional beats.

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