A new generation of young Ghostbusters is teased in the latest trailer for Ghostbusters: Afterlife.
Dating Amber centres on Eddie and Amber, two gay teenagers who fake a romantic relationship at school to convince their tormenting classmates they are straight and otherwise ‘normal’.
Beware of a woman with nothing to lose. The Icelandic political thriller, The County, sees a farming woman single-handedly take on the stand-over co-op responsible for the death of her loved husband and enslaving her farming community as cash cows.
Seconds after becoming a first-time dad and barely afforded time to share the joy of being a new parent, Matt’s wife dies and thrusts him into fatherhood alone.
Ron’s Gone Wrong is a new animated film that sees a boy befriending a quirky best-friend-in-a-box-type robot.
Jean-Claude Van Damme once again receives mainstream airtime with the new French action comedy film, The Last Mercenary.
Disney continues their live-action adaptations, this time for the better, with a prequel about the famous villainess from 101 Dalmatians (1961), Cruella.
More than ever, many directors want to tackle the aspect of social media and its impact on today’s culture. Most that try to deliver a message on this subject fail to entertain or engage, and unfortunately, Gia Coppola’s new film, Mainstream, does the same.
What do you get when you combine a love for cinema, a quirky family, robots who are taking over the world, and the producers behind The Lego Movie (2014)? You get the fascinating, charming, and hilarious Netflix animated film, The Mitchells vs. the Machines.
Ed Helms and Patti Harrison lead Together Together, a warm tale about a couple of lonely souls uniting to make a problematic surrogate pregnancy work.
Toni Collette and Damian Lewis star in Dream Horse, an uplifting story of a small-town uniting to breed and raise a racehorse.
Adapted from her own 2018 short film of the same name, Emma Seligman’s directorial debut, Shiva Baby, now hits our screens.
After an excessively long hiatus between screen outings, the iconic Tom and Jerry make brief cameos in their most recent feature.
How it Ends is an end-of-the-world quirky comedy starring Zoe Lister-Jones (who also co-writes and directs).
Michelle Pfeiffer dives into her most spirited role in years, playing a widowed New York socialite who shifts her and her son’s mundane life to Paris in the utterly surreal comedy, French Exit.
After working as an assistant director for Yorgos Lanthimos and Richard Linklater, Christos Nikou gives us his directorial debut film, Apples.
Melissa McCarthy and Octavia Spencer play the unlikeliest of superheroes in the new Netflix action-comedy, Thunder Force.
I Care a Lot is a dark-comedy thriller focusing on the “care”, which is in quotes because the main character does not actually care for them: the elderly and their lack of autonomy.
Directed by Thomas Vinterberg and starring crowd favourite Mads Mikkelsen, Another Round (or Druk as it’s titled in Danish, which loosely translates to ‘binge drinking’) is a film that dives into the ups, downs, and all-arounds of alcohol.
Emma Stone stars as the classic Disney villain Cruella de Vil in the new live-action prequel to 101 Dalmatians (1961).
Brisbane native Josh Lawson directs Long Story Short, a romantic drama with a Twilight Zone-like twist centered around a man (Rafe Spall) who mysteriously jumps forward one year in time every few minutes after his wedding day.