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.

Film Review | In the Tall Grass: Beware the violent vegetation
Film
Written by the father-son horror scribe duo of Stephen King and Joe Hill, this...
‘We are not living in the best of times’ | Immanuel Mifsud
Books
With a concluding story that folds in a fictionalised take on both the recent...
Film Review | In the Shadow of the Moon: The murderous churn of time
Film
Boasting a solid core concept but hampered by crummy execution, the latest...
Capturing a snakily shifting Europe | Margerita Pulè
Art
Having curated an upcoming exhibition by Italian artist Alex Urso, Margerita...
Film Review | The Souvenir: The art of instructive mistakes
Film
Executively produced by Martin Scorsese, British director Joanna Hogg’s...
A potent reminder  of our entanglement with nature | Rebecca Lewin
Art
Ahead of the MICAS International Art Weekend, curator Rebecca Lewin of the...
Film Review | Pain And Glory: Turning the camera around
Film
The world’s most celebrated Spanish film-maker lays all vulnerabilities...
Exporting the ritual | Gabriel Buttigieg
Art
Artist Gabriel Buttigieg takes ‘The Beach’ to Poland, as a recent...