Teodor Reljic is MaltaToday's culture editor and film critic. He joined the newspaper in 2010. He read English and obtained his Master's degree from the University of Malta in 2012, and is also co-editor of Schlock Magazine, an online fiction magazine. His debut novel Two is published by Merlin Publishers. A self-confessed geek, he is a fan of speculative fiction, comic books, and the films of Nicolas Winding Refn.

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Theatre & Dance
Now gearing up for a venue change after an unexpectedly successful three-play...
Film review | Shazam: Just say the word
Film
Finally busting out of the ‘grimdark’ hellhole for good, the DC...
Laid bare and mixed up: Smudge explores nudity and eroticism in Maltese art
Art
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Film review | Us: I’m afraid of Americans
Film
Jordan Peele overcomes the sophomore film slump in style with a taut,...
Music from the Heart of Europe: an uplifting experience that feeds the soul
Music
The concert "Music from the Heart of Europe" will take the audience...
Emme Woods: ‘It’s a very British thing to always apologise, but I guess I realised I have nothing to apologise for’
Music
TEODOR RELJIC speaks to Scottish singer-songwriter Emme Woods ahead of her...
TV Review | Love, Death & Robots: scintillating taste of the apocalypse
Film
Though hampered by some retrograde storytelling and attitudes, Tim Miller...
Film review | The Guilty: End of the line
Film
Taut and minimal, Gustav Möller’s single-location thriller sees a...