Film Reviews

GFF 2021: The Toll Review

The (Welsh) hills are alive with the sound of murder in this drab crime thriller.

GFF 2021: Black Bear Review

A grizzly tale about jealousy, desire and our destruction of others.

GFF 2021: Riders of Justice Review

Revenge might be the perfect form of therapy in this hilarious and unexpectedly poignant thriller.

GFF 2021: Minari Review

Lee Isaac Chung’s drama is a moving, richly-textured portrait of family life, and the opening film of this year’s Glasgow Film Festival.

The Witch of Kings Cross Review

The Witch of Kings Cross is a documentary about artist and occultist Rosaleen Norton, often add odds with the conservatism of Australian society and the law.

The Furnace Review

The Furnace is a debut feature from writer/director, Roderick Mackay, a western set during the 1890s Australian Gold Rush.

Rams Review

Sam Neill and Michael Caton star in Rams, an enjoyable remake of the 2015 Icelandic film, relocated to Western Australia.

Penguin Bloom Review

Based on a true story, Penguin Bloom is out in Australian cinemas and in the UK on Netflix now.

Notturno Review

Italy's contender for the 2021 Oscars enables the Middle East to speak for itself.

The Kid Stakes Review

Restored by the National Film and Sound Archive, The Kid Stakes remains a classic Australian silent comedy, still charming and funny to this day.

Hearts and Bones Review

An impressive dramatic feature debut from Ray Lawrence, Hearts and Bones is now available to stream in the UK.

Wonder Woman 1984 Review

While Wonder Woman 1984 takes affirmative action to course correct it's predecessor, the plot doesn't do enough to hold it up.