4

Transit Review

Where fictional literary adaptations risk little in terms of causing offense (hello Shakespeare), 2018 German-drama Transit walks the fine line between poetic licensing and insensitivity by transitioning the h...
4.5

The Guilty Review

If 55% of communication is made up of body language, then the pressure put on the remaining 45% when it is primarily employed to help create a tense, powerful narrative in a visual medium like film, is immense...
2

Triple Frontier Review

When you have the likes of Oscar Isaac, Ben Affleck, Garret Hedlund, Charlie Hunnam, and Pedro Pascal headlining a film you would expect nothing but the best but sadly, with Triple Frontier, you get nowhere ne...
5

Destroyer Review

Destroyer is a punch in the gut, every day, for decades. It’s a bruise conjuring force of anguish and aggression that works like a soldering iron on an open wound, cauterising trauma that will never heal, only...
3

Dogman Review

For the dog lovers out there, we’re used to watching films where dogs are part of the main plot, and inevitably, one of the dogs dies to create some kind of empathetic moment. Fortunately, with Matteo Garrone’...
3

The Sisters Brothers Review

I’ve had this review sitting at the top of my ‘to do’ list for a good two weeks now. Yet, whenever I sat down to write, it slipped my mind. I simply forgot that it needed to be done. Which is a mighty shame as...
1.5

Book Week Review

Please take this opening sentence as an extension of my hand to shake yours. I have always been interested in watching more Australian films, with my recent decision to start movie reviewing allowing me the...
3.5

Fell Review

Grief is an all-encompassing entity that consumes your life if left untamed. In Kasimir Burgess’ film Fell, the grief that takes residence in Matt Nable’s Thomas after the accidental death of his daughter Lara...