4.5

Pawno Review

Pawno is a film that announces the very welcome arrival of a pair of new voices in Australian cinema – Paul Ireland and Damian Hill. Ireland and Hill are seasoned actors, but for the first time they direct and ...
3

Eddie the Eagle Review

Where Kingsman announced the arrival of new talent Taron Egerton, Eddie the Eagle cements his place as a bonafide movie star. This is the infectiously positive story of Olympic ski jumper, Michael ‘Eddie’ Edwar...
3.5

Hush Review

As with any genre, there exists many sub-genres within horror. Hush is an entry in the ‘house invasion’ sub-genre, making its presence proudly known alongside other notable ‘house invasion’ films like The Stran...
2.5

The Jungle Book Review

John Favreau’s The Jungle Book is the latest in Disney’s modernisation of their animated classics. From Maleficent to Cinderella, Disney has decided to mine their animated classic films and create live action v...
4.5

Experimenter Review

When portraying a real life event on film, it’s sometimes easier to dramatise elements to enforce a certain emotional reaction from the viewer. With Michael Almereyda’s Experimenter, the real life of psychologi...
4

The Mermaid Review

The Mermaid is a wonder of a film. As the latest colourful Stephen Chow film to jump off the screen, it’s done a lot to impress audiences in China with it quickly becoming the highest grossing film in Chinese c...
4.5

The Witch Review

Let’s get one thing out of the way immediately – Robert Eggers The Witch (or The VVitch: A New-England Folktale) is not for everyone. If you scroll down the bottom before reading this review, you may see that I...
2.5

10 Cloverfield Lane Review

10 Cloverfield Lane is the latest Mystery Box film from the minds at Bad Robot. Producer JJ Abrams uses not only the weight of his name, but apparently the weight of the 2008 monster flick Cloverfield as a surp...