Tom Hardy and director Andy Serkis attempt to bring some new life to Venom in the bloated yet extremely low impact action romp, Venom: Let There Be Carnage.
A boy embarks on a magical adventure that sows the seeds for a life of gift-giving in A Boy Called Christmas.
Daniel Craig bows out as James Bond in arguably the most Bond-way possible in No Time to Die.
The extraordinary life and love associated with legendary French engineer Gustave Eiffel are disappointingly only briefly explored in this romantic period piece.
Nitram is a biographical and psychological account of a young man living a life of isolation and frustration. He develops an unexpected friendship with a reclusive heiress, and when that relationship meets its tragic end, his loneliness and anger culminate into one of the most nihilistic and heinous acts ever committed in Australian history.
Guillermo del Toro lends his production expertise to a deeply atmospheric and disturbing creature feature in Antlers.
A diverse band of god-like heroes with familiar human problems enter the Marvel fold in award-winning director Chloé Zhao’s Eternals.
Depicting the vivid and colourful life of explorer Jacques Cousteau, Becoming Cousteau dives headfirst into the deep, presenting the harsh effects of climate change across his 70-year career.
“Till death do us part” is the twisted omen that lingers throughout this film. In an eerie horrorscape built on the punishment of women, Till Death is a nuanced and enlightening take on feminist horror.
Ride the Eagle heroically dismantles the victimhood of estrangement in an unconventional, moving portrait of family love.
Like A Dirty French Novel intertwines the stories of two estranged brothers, a sex-phone operator and a cosplayer, set to the backdrop of the current Covid pandemic.
Language Lessons is a poignant tale of a burgeoning friendship across seas and devices starring Natalie Morales and Mark Duplass.