In the 1920s, the horror genre cemented itself as a cornerstone of the new cinematic era. Sarah Clarry takes us through five of the Golden Era’s finest.
FX’s first addition to the Marvel screen universe departs from the usual superhero fare, instead providing a striking exploration of mental illness and the human experience.
Australia’s cult dance TV series survives the journey to the big screen by sticking to its strengths and telling a story that feels genuine and measured.
Matthew Lind has been trying to extend claws out of his knuckles for 17 years. How does Hugh Jackman make it look so easy, even when it looks hard?
Matthew Lind wore a helicopter hat and licked a lollipop to successfully sneak into this early screening for The Boss Baby. Thank him by reading this review… and sending more lollipops.
Everything in Hollywood is a remake, reboot, or sequel. We get it – it’s unoriginal and it sucks. But if that’s where our criticism ends, are we being any more constructive than the films we’re criticising?
David Stratton – Australian film critic, finds himself the subject of the very medium he critiques. Does it work? Richard Houlihan reviews ‘David Stratton: A Cinematic Life’.
Snubs, underdog victories, and awkward mix-ups: here’s how the 89th Academy Awards went down.