How to watch the original The Karate Kid in Australia
The ass-kicking 1984 flick is still as iconic as ever, and there’s a few different ways for Aussie karate kids to tune in.
The best and worst Sherlock Holmes movies
Old mate Sherlock’s gotten to the bottom of a fair few cases over the years…
What is the religious drama Fatima about?
A fascinating true story lies at the heart of this Portuguese historical drama.
How to watch the Ruth Bader Ginsburg biopic On The Basis Of Sex in Australia
After the 87-year-old Supreme Court Justice’s recent passing, you’ll want to learn more about her fascinating story.
Sofia Coppola and Bill Murray’s latest collaboration is arriving in cinemas soon
How can Aussie audiences share a drink with Rashida Jones and Bill Murray in this A24 flick?
The 50 best movies on Stan
Want to know the best films to watch on Stan? Here’s the mother of all guides.
New 3 part doco The Rise of the Murdoch Dynasty is now on ABC iview
Available to watch live or binge on iView, the special event documents the rise of Rupert Murdoch.
The Devil All the Time is an entertaining but limited Southern Gothic potboiler
The Devil All the Time should feel dense and textured; instead it feels scattered and rushed.
Robert Pattinson’s 10 best performances
The heartthrob has carved out a body of work a stinkload more interesting than Twilight.
Enter a Brave New World, in Stan’s nine-part adaptation of the dystopian classic
Alden Ehrenreich and Demi Moore are here to fight against a seductive sci-fi future of instant gratification.
How to watch After in Australia (before falling in love with its sequel!)
The saucy young adult romance is available to rent or buy, but it’s also streamable on one of the big platforms.
Happy 30th birthday Goodfellas, Scorsese’s massively influential gangster film
This bloody good, bloody influential film is perhaps the defining work of Scorsese’s career.
The biggest movies arriving in Australian cinemas in October
Next month brings us Wonder Woman, two Western Australian stories, and some Sundance sensations.
Australian trailer and release date: Ammonite, starring Kate Winslet and Saoirse Ronan
Looks like another heartbreaking queer love story starring two of this generation’s greatest actors.
Mulan is a visually arresting epic with serviceable fight choreography
This film is a meticulously mounted period adventure that’s good enough for you to wish it was a little better.
I May Destroy You is a brilliant drama about power, consent and trauma
Expertly crafted and brutally alive, I May Destroy You is one of the TV events of the year.
The highly anticipated I May Destroy You is now available to stream in Australia
Michaela Coel’s incendiary drama is finally on Binge for Australian viewers.
The fascinating story trend of some of this era’s most mind-bending films and TV
This crazy and fascinating genre is so unusual it doesn’t even have a name.
Will there be an Australian release date for I May Destroy You?
Australians understand the pain of experiencing a long delay before a well-regarded overseas production arrives down here.
The Comey Rule: what it’s about and how to watch it in Australia
It’s been four years since Trump was elected; here’s the first big TV adaptation of that tumultuous process.
Australian trailer and release date: Netflix’s Enola Holmes
The pint-sized Stranger Things star is playing the clever younger sister of Henry Cavill’s Sherlock.
Helen Reddy biopic I Am Woman is a well acted exercise in box-ticking
Helen Reddy is a feminist icon and an Australian legend – but her biopic is a box-ticking exercise.