At The Movies – A Quiet Place: Day One

‘A Quiet Place: Day One’ is a strong film with moving themes but it has one problem: it’s just not scary enough.

At The Movies: Kinds of Kindness

Ellie Busby takes a look at new big screen flick, Kinds of Kindness.

At The Movies: Inside Out 2

A different kind of coming-of-age movie, ‘Inside Out 2’ might just be Disney and Pixar’s best sequel in years.

Penrith Symphony Orchestra goes to the movies

This Sunday, May 19, Penrith Symphony Orchestra is off to the movies, bringing the magical music from the screen to the stage.

At The Movies: Kingdom of the Planet of the Apes

Nathan Taylor was among the first to see ‘Kingdom of the Planet of the Apes’. Here's his verdict.

At The Movies: The Fall Guy

Action comedy 'The Fall Guy' is the perfect example of a movie that asks its audience to suspend reality while still delivering a good enough story.

At The Movies: Civil War

It's a rare five out of five as we check out Civil War.

At The Movies: Monkey Man

Chaotic is a good way to describe Dev Patel's directorial debut with 'Monkey Man', not that it's necessarily a bad thing.

At The Movies: The First Omen

Decidedly creepy and unsettling, ‘The First Omen’ pairs good ol’ fashioned religious horror with the trauma of childbirth in this prequel to the ‘70s classic.

At The Movies: The Great Escaper

‘The Great Escaper’ marks the end of Michael Caine’s extraordinary career as an actor. But is it a fitting ending?

At The Movies – Bob Marley: One Love

Bob Marley lived by the belief that music could heal and bring people together.

At The Movies: Peppa’s Cinema Party

New Peppa Pig content on the big screen? Not surprisingly, it's a winner.

At The Movies: The Iron Claw

We're back at the movies, this time checking out wrestling biopic The Iron Claw.

At The Movies: Silent Night

John Woo’s new film, while set at Christmas and with a festive-sounding title, certainly isn’t about to become a holiday favourite.

At The Movies: Napoleon

‘Napoleon’ is not the spectacle-filled action epic that it promises to be.

At The Movies: Thanksgiving

Eli Roth’s ‘Thanksgiving’ probably won’t get the audience it deserves in Australia given the title doesn’t immediately resonate with local crowds, but it’s actually one of the more decent slasher flicks released in recent years.

Local director Heath Davis back home for film showing

After years of work on the project, a local director’s twist on Christmas is finally hitting the big screen, with a very special hometown showing.

At The Movies: The Hunger Games: The Ballad of Songbirds & Snakes

Cassidy Pearce checks out the new Hunger Games prequel. The verdict here.

Sir Cliff to light up cinemas – including in Penrith – next February

Music icon Cliff Richard is adding to the slew of concert films hitting cinemas, with ‘Cliff Richard: The Blue Sapphire Tour 2023’ making its way to Hoyts Penrith in February.

At The Movies: The Marvels

Is The Marvels really as bad as everyone says it is? Cassidy Pearce checked it out.