Film Review | Velvet Buzzsaw: Yet another Netflix letdown
Jake Gyllenhall and Rene Russo re-unite with ‘Nightcrawler’ writer-director Dan Gilroy for a satire that swerves into Netflix mediocrity all too soon
Film review | The Favourite: When ambition and sadism go hand in hand
Greek weird-wunderkind Yorgos Lanthimos lands his most mainstream success yet with this heavily Oscar-nominated, pitch-black farce set in the court of Queen Anne
Film Review | Colette: Lush but unsentimental

Keira Knightley is on top form in this biopic about the taboo-smashing titular...

Keira Knightley is on top form in this biopic about the...

Film review | Roma: The vibrating truth at the periphery

Alfonso Cuarón scores an understated triumph with this quiet,...

Alfonso Cuarón scores an understated triumph with...

Film review | Bird Box - No gazing into the abyss, kids

Susanne Bier’s perfunctory adaptation of Josh Malerman’s...

Susanne Bier’s perfunctory adaptation of Josh...

Looking back at 2018 | The best and worst films of 2018

Our resident film critic Teodor Reljic sifts through a year’s worth of...

Our resident film critic Teodor Reljic sifts through a...

Film Review | Bahar Zmien (Of Time and the Sea)

Maltese-Australian filmmaker Peter Sant presents a beautifully shot and...

Maltese-Australian filmmaker Peter Sant presents a...

Film Review | Aquaman

Oscillating between cumbersome world-building and symphonic pulp brilliance, James Wan’s orchestration of the latest salvo from DC’s ‘shared...

Oscillating between cumbersome world-building and symphonic...

Film review | Antony and Cleopatra

Directed by Simon Godwin for the National Theatre and starring Ralph Fiennes and Sophie Okonedo as William Shakespeare’s doomed cross-continental lovers,...

Directed by Simon Godwin for the National Theatre and...

Film review | Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald

J.K. Rowling and David Yates continue to build the ‘Wizarding...

J.K. Rowling and David Yates continue to build the...

Film Review | The Ballad of Buster Scruggs

The Coen Brothers bring their barely-blemished cinematic record to the...

The Coen Brothers bring their barely-blemished cinematic...

Bernardo Bertolucci, 'Last tango in Paris' director, dies at 77

The award winning director, who received nine Oscars, passed away from cancer

The award winning director, who received nine Oscars,...

Film Review | Dogman

Matteo Garrone returns to Southern Italy in a dark fable about what happens when one pushes a meek dog groomer a bit too far. You won’t believe what...

Matteo Garrone returns to Southern Italy in a dark fable...

Film review | Malvolent

A group of scamming ghost-hunters get their just desserts – and a shot at redemption – after an elderly woman commissions them to silence a group...

A group of scamming ghost-hunters get their just desserts...

Film review | The Haunting Of Hill House

Just in time for Halloween, this loose adaptation of the acclaimed Shirley Jackson novel hits the right notes of creepiness and pathos

Just in time for Halloween, this loose adaptation of the...

Film review | Apostle

A departure for the Welsh director known for the superlative actioners The Raid 1 and 2, Apostle sees Gareth Evans delve into Wicker Man territory with mixed...

A departure for the Welsh director known for the...

Film Review | Venom

Gleefully free from the over-curated Marvel Studios rigmarole, this solo outing for the fan-favourite Spider-Man villain packs adolescent energy a welcome dose...

Gleefully free from the over-curated Marvel Studios...

Film Review | A Dysfunctional Cat

An Iranian-German co-production, screening tonight at Spazju Kreattiv, is a tender romantic drama placed in a unique context

An Iranian-German co-production, screening tonight at...

Film Review | Hold The Dark

The harsh Alaskan wilderness is the setting for Jeremy Saulnier’s latest slice of satisfying ultra-violence spiced with existential musing

The harsh Alaskan wilderness is the setting for Jeremy...

Film review | Cold War

Decorated Polish director Pawel Pawlikowski follows up the Oscar-winning Ida with this beguiling and subtle story of star-crossed lovers in post-war Europe

Decorated Polish director Pawel Pawlikowski follows up the...