Marvel’s The Defenders – the small screen version of the Avengers – has a powerful pedigree. SHIAMAK UNWALLA reviews a Netflix series that has some great elements, and some that are a bit disappointing.
Tragedy Girls plays like a romantic high school female friendship between two teenagers who happen to be social media savvy sociopaths. RINA TSE finds a perfect blend of horror and comedy.
Trapped is a survival drama that clearly draws inspiration from Tom Hanks’ Castaway, with a bit of James Franco’s 127 Hours thrown in for good measure. SHIAMAK UNWALLA went to Melbourne’s Indian Film Festival
Atomic Blonde is pretty sluggish for a film with so much action, writes DANIEL TAN
The follow-up to Al Gore’s award-winning 2006 documentary An Inconvenient Truth is on release in Australia, and this time it’s a call for action. JASMINE SHEPARD reviews the highly anticipated film.
Prepare to be immersed in a film that brilliantly portrays the harrowing realities of war. Review by ANDREW MANGELSDORF
BILAL AHMED SYED spoke to some of the stars of the upcoming Australian adventure film Jungle, at the launch of this year’s Melbourne International Film Festival.
Director Rakashi Miike’s 100th film is a flawed but largely enjoyable manga-to-film adaptation of the series Blade of the Immortal. DAMIEN NGUYEN saw the film at MIFF
The 66th annual Melbourne International Film Festival kicked off on Thursday, with a showing of the dramatic true story Jungle. SHIAMAK UNWALLA reports
The Middle Ground aims to link look beyond the stigma and the arguments and try to find the people behind the issue. BEN CARDWELL, GILLIAN LANTOURIS and KIM JIN look at veganism and what it is that drives everyday people to adopt vegan lifestyles.