Review: Buckley’s Chance (2021)

Since the fabled days of the 10BA production investment initiative, several reliable models have emerged for making marketable Australian content for both the local and international markets. One is the outbac...

I Lived in a Murder House

One of the things we take for granted since the rise of social media is the ability to simply stay in touch with people. The good old World Wide Web is ubiquitous now, and anyone even remotely tech-savvy – and...

Review: Fast & Furious 9 (2021)

Ah well, they can’t all be winners. Let me start by acknowledging that I am a huge fan of the Fast & Furious flicks, easily my favorite modern action franchise. I ranted about my love for...

Review: In the Heights (2021)

Well, yes, Hamilton, of course, but acclaimed musical theatre powerhouse Lin-Manuel Miranda did not vault onto the 18th-century stage unheralded. Before Hamilton, there was In the Heights, which...

Review: Loki (2021)

So, here comes the third Marvel live-action series for Disney’s streaming service, focusing on the continuing exploits of Loki (Tom Hiddleston, still ridiculously charming), Norse God of Mischief and frenemy o...

Review: Great White (2021)

What you have to understand is that pretty much every shark movie is predicated on the fish at hand behaving in ways that sharks never do. They don’t hunt people as a general rule, and they certainly don’t fix...

The 25 Best Australian Movies on Stan

Precisely what it says on the tin. Flicks.com.au had me cast a critical eye over Stan's Australian offerings and pick the best of the bunch, which was a tough gig, let me tell you. Click on through for the lis...

Review: Kung Fu (2021)

From 1972 to 1975 David Carradine wandered the Old West in the TV series Kung Fu. His character, Kwai Chang Caine, was a half Chinese/half American Shaolin monk exiled from China and searching for his fam...