Home Before Dark balances a dark worldview with the perspective of a child
The new Apple TV+ series seeks to balance a darker worldview with the perspective of a child.
From a pandemic to big pharma: every medical thriller directed by Steven Soderbergh
Contagion director Steven Soderbergh has got the medical thriller genre down to a fine art.
What to expect from Normal People, Stan’s adaptation of 2019’s hottest book
Sally Rooney’s beloved novel has been turned into a 12 part series, which will air on 27 April.
First Day is Australia’s first TV show about a transgender child
The four-episode series airs on ABC ME and iView, and could be an important watch for the whole family.
16 complete series you can binge for hours and hours of distraction
Got time on your hands? Of course you do. Here’s a load of classic TV to binge.
Thank you TV gods: Killing Eve’s third season will premiere weeks earlier than expected
Sandra Oh and Jodie Comer return two weeks before the original scheduled release of their sexy assassin drama series.
Stateless should restart a discussion about how Australia treats asylum seekers
This ain’t light viewing, that’s for sure. But it’s pretty damn gripping.
Bad trip: get addicted to Stan’s new crime drama Hightown
Following a Cape Cod detective’s journey into a local opioid crisis, Hightown looks unmissable.
Roadshow fast-track digital releases including Birds of Prey, Miss Fisher and The Gentlemen
The early release films will be available to buy via digital download this weekend, and into April.
For your self isolation, here’s 10 great single setting TV episodes
These single-location episodes of Breaking Bad, Seinfeld, and more will keep you from getting cabin fever.
10 of the craziest Nicolas Cage moments, from smoking crack to watching snuff
The Cageiest moments that Nicolas Cage ever Nicolased Caged.
What to expect from Devs, Alex Garland’s mind-blowing sci-fi series
Quantum computing, the multiverse theory, a CEO who’s like an oracle – just standard stuff in Devs.
Mystery Road season 2 coming to iView in April, serving up more outback murder
Catch the first episode of the returning Aussie drama after its premiere at the Berlin Film Festival.
Australian docudrama Wild Butterfly explores the devastating true story of Claire Murray
This film is a powerful reminder that there’s always more to people than meets the eye.
The 10 best basketball movies of all time
From Gene Hackman as a disgraced coach to Wesley Snipes and Woody Harrelson as rival hustlers – these films got game.
Penny Dreadful: City of Angels brings more supernatural myth and mayhem to Stan
The ‘spiritual descendant’ of the original London-set Penny Dreadful series releases its first trailer.
The Current War is a period drama brimming with weird energy
Benedict Cumberbatch and Michael Shannon play dueling inventors in a wild and erratic period drama.
Military Wives is a typical British feel-good comedy – and an ode to the power of distraction
The Full Monty director is back with a feel-good film about women who form a military wives choir.
Queen & Slim is an outlaw romance for our fractious age
This modern outlaw movie uses the striking and sublime to considerable effect.
4 reasons why The Breakfast Club is a timeless teen classic
Now 35 years old, this classic film remains one of cinema’s best portraits of the teenage experience.
Swedish screen legend Max Von Sydow dies aged 90
Von Sydow starred in eleven Bergman films and mega-franchise works like Star Wars and Game of Thrones.
Tom Hanks writes and stars in Greyhound, 2020’s ultimate dad movie
Based on true events, the WW2 submarine drama hits cinemas in June.