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Furiosa looks back at the camera on a road as the sun is setting in a still from Furiosa: A Mad Max Saga by Warner Bros. Pictures.
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Mad Max: Fury Road was a pioneering portrayal of disability. Furiosa is a letdown.

Two professors look at the portrayal of disability in Furiosa, a departure from the groundbreaking Mad Max: Fury Road.

Andrew McVitty and Lee Simon in the Nightmoves office. Image supplied.
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Remembering Andrew McVitty: a pioneer of Australian music television

The late Andrew McVitty was a pioneer of Australian music TV who revolutionised late-night programming.

The Righteous Gemstones. Image: Binge
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What to watch this week: the stuff we dig right now in cinemas and streaming

From Challengers and Furiosa, to Eno and After the Party, here's what ScreenHub writers are watching and loving – or…

Bridgerton. (L to R) Luke Newton as Colin Bridgerton, Nicola Coughlan as Penelope Featherington in episode 302 of Bridgerton. Cr. Liam Daniel/Netflix © 2023
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Bridgerton Season 3 – all the usual froth, but with a more mature edge

Bridgerton's third season has arrived on Netflix – and this time it's got an edge.

Challengers. Image: Warner Bros. Pictures
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Challengers: a competition psychology expert weighs in

Challengers fuses sex and sport in a straightforward but effective way, says a psychology expert.

Ella Purnell as Lucy in Fallout. Credit: Prime Video.
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Fallout on Prime incorporates the best elements of gameplay

Fallout the series adapts the game to satisfy fans, while offering a great standalone story for newcomers.

A smiling woman gets close to a smiling but nervous-looking man's face on public transport, IN Baby reindeer on Netflix.
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Baby Reindeer on Netflix: a look at male sexual victimisation

The new Netflix hit sheds light on the often overlooked male experiences of sexual violence.

Andrew Scott in Ripley. Image: Netflix.
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Is Tom Ripley gay? Netflix's adaptation keeps it ambiguous

The Ripley villain in the Netflix series is just as unknowable as Patricia Highsmith wrote him.

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The Gentlemen on Netflix: why do ‘gentlemen’ still fascinate us?

Guy Ritchie's latest crime series draws on a powerful male archetype. Psychology explains how it works.

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Disney+: Shōgun reimagines 1980 series for a new generation of viewers

From novel to 1980s miniseries, and now a prestige remake for FX and Disney+, Shōgun has had quite the journey.

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