Filmmaker Peter Strickland has developed a shorthand for horror and tension in his cinematic oeuvre with a fetishistic soundscape of food, objects and even the idiosyncrasies of characters. His latest film, Flux Gourmet, sardonically offers a dual perspective on food as pleasure and pain.
The Nic Cage renaissance continues with The Unbearable Weight of Massive Talent, the eccentric actor’s most meta project to date.
As ever-changing Australian Iconography is scattered across every wall, Friends and Strangers poses the question, what if it begins to stare back?
In a film where right and wrong are so carefully defined, Fresh finds itself torn between genres.
Marry Me is cliché-packed but entirely endearing, making for a mostly enjoyable musical rom-com.
In the Greek myths, Cassandra, the daughter of King Priam of Troy, was afflicted by the gods with the curse that she would have accurate knowledge of future events but that nobody would ever believe what she said. Scientists in movies are the modern Cassandras.
It’s interesting to see that after a questionable sequel, the Kingsman movie creators believed the natural solution to be an even more questionable prequel with The King’s Man.
The Ghostbusters are finally back in Ghostbusters: Afterlife, a nostalgia trip with very few original or intriguing ideas.
Licorice Pizza is a charming yet unforgivingly problematic addition to director Paul Thomas Anderson’s directorial lineup in what can only be described as a teenage boy’s wet dream.
Back to the Outback is not entirely awful. There is much here that very young children will find enjoyable. The question is, should responsible adults leave them alone to watch it?
In what can only be described as a love letter to literary magazines, Wes Anderson runs hot off the press with his newest instalment, The French Dispatch.
The legendary 90s holiday film Home Alone is being rebooted for a modern audience known as Home Sweet Home Alone.
Ride the Eagle heroically dismantles the victimhood of estrangement in an unconventional, moving portrait of family love.
A boy becomes best friends with a defective robot in the new animated family film Ron’s Gone Wrong from 20th Century Studios (Disney).
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