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Freelance film critic, broadcaster and writer based in Los Angeles.
Dominic Corry sat down with Manganiello in Los Angeles recently to discuss Rampage – and found out he wrote a D&D script?!
Dominic Corry recently got to speak to Jamie Bell, Annette Bening and Peter Turner himself in Los Angeles.
Once again this sequel is driven forward by the considerable charm of its principal cast and their irresistible musical mash-ups.
Many of the set-pieces have considerable energy and entertainment value in the moment, but the overall experience fails to leave much of a…
Star Wars fans old and new are guaranteed to have an absolute blast.
A breezy, funny film about serious subject matter, Battle of the Sexes benefits from some winning lead performances and the admirably light…
Asking David Lynch questions is a lot like staring into an abyss. Although Lynch is considerably more verbose than your average abyss, the…
This light mother/daughter action comedy, arriving just in time to miss Mother’s Day, is rendered palatable by the charm of its two…
Warren Beatty’s first directorial project since 1998’s underrated and subsequently re-assessed Bulworth is a strangely…
In struggling to come up with the best way to describe Gore Verbinski’s bold new gothic horror, the term I kept returning to was…
A surfeit of cool ideas propels this grand adventure forward, even if they don’t ever all quite gel into something with a larger…
Gore Verbinski’s 2002 remake of the J-horror hit The Ring is one of the best American horror films ever made. Hideo Nakata, who…
Five films directed by women to see at this year’s Queer Screen Film Festival
From Jaws to Sharknado: here are the best and worst shark movies
Win a double pass to Kin
Book Club review: could be mistaken for a cosy TV sit-com
Weekend box office: Mission Impossible on Cruise control
A quick guide to the bat shit crazy scary movies on SBS on Demand
The Merger review: a bloody ripper of an Australian sports movie
Sci-fi comedy Nekrotronic, from the makers of Wyrmwood, will premiere at Toronto Film Festival
Living Universe review: the great Dr Karl Kruszelinicki narrates ho-hum science project
Win a double pass to see Submergence
Are Mission: Impossible’s rubber mask scenes comparable to Hitchcock?
Why Unbreakable is one of the greatest superhero movies ever made
The best films arriving on Netflix, Stan and SBS on Demand in August
The 25 greatest Australian films of the 21st century
The Venom movie: what we know so far
Mission: Impossible – Fallout review: the best action movie of 2018
Legendary motorcycle racer Wayne Gardner gets his own documentary with ‘Wayne’