Blog & Features
In the lead-up to Avengers: Infinity War (in cinemas 25 April), Liam Maguren re-watches Iron Man 3.
Fraud Film Festival host a free screening of VICELAND docos on the hacks of Sony Pictures and Ashley Madison.
There’s an inescapable sense of déjà vu in Finding Your Feet, writes Adam Fresco.
Writer-director Sally Potter’s The Party is an up-the-guts intellectual comedy for people sick of intellectuals, writes intellectual Liam Maguren.
There have been lots of Netflix original films released so far in 2018. Critic Luke Buckmaster picks the good, the bad and the awful.
February is a month where cinemas load there schedules with all the award-hopeful films, but that doesn’t come at the expense of the small screen.
The true knockout stars are Lupita Nyong’o as Wakandan spy Nakia and Danai Gurira as Dora Milaje general Okoye, writes Liam Maguren.
Matt Glasby on the access-all-areas documentary that attempts to get to the bottom of such a confounding man.
“For a film entirely premised around sex, ‘Fifty Shades Freed’ is decidedly unsexy” writes Amanda Robinson.
We have considered a few different (if very specific) scenarios for last-minute inspiration, all playing in cinemas.
For the first month of 2018, we asked the good people of Aotearoa for their most anticipated blockbusters coming out this year.
We buried our heads and neck in the programme and came away with these six titles we’re most eager to see.
In the lead-up to Avengers: Infinity War (in cinemas 25 April), Liam Maguren re-watches Captain America: The First Avenger.
Critics can no longer describe a film as “a painting come to life!”
Nominated for the 2018 Academy Awards and Golden Globes, LOVING VINCENT is an animated film unlike any other.
The only thing bigger than its surprise release is how dire it is, writes Luck Buckmaster.
All expectation, no eruption.