The single take Australian crime movie Watch the Sunset is coming to Stan
The single take or ‘one shot’ feature film is a rare beast.
Watching Too Old to Die Young is like swimming through stylish sewerage
We come to terms with one hell of a show.
Happy 20th birthday Two Hands! Why this Australian classic is better than ever
Now twenty years old, Two Hands was one of the first demonstrations of Heath Ledger’s awesome talent.
The Ted Bundy biopic Extremely Wicked, Shockingly Evil and Vile is empty and pointless
The director seem determined to avoid answering any of the questions that might have made this film interesting.
5 things fans should know about John Wick 3, which arrives in cinemas May 16
John Wick: Chapter 3 – Parabellum is almost upon us.
Galveston is a beautifully made crime drama with soul and pathos
A deeply compelling and memorable crime drama adapted from a book by the author of True Detective.
The politics of Netflix’s Bonnie and Clyde-hating police drama The Highwaymen
This film is a conservative ‘correction’ to the story of Bonnie and Clyde.
Eight action movies now on Google Play that you might have missed at the cinema
Some thoroughly watchable flicks might have messed these films at the cinema.
Racial tension in Sydney is explored in the at times brilliant The Combination Redemption
Director David Field is a phenomenal talent behind the lens.
Interview: S. Craig Zahler on directing Mel Gibson and filming hardcore action for Dragged Across Concrete
We sat down to speak to writer/director S. Craig Zahler about what is sure to be a controversial production.
The top 20 crime films on Netflix and Stan
Crime movies can be vast epics or desperate diversions, but either way the best illustrate far more than just notions of right and wrong.