Film

At The Movies: On The Line

All in all, ‘On The Line’ is a solid B-Grade movie.

At The Movies: She Said

Newsroom drama ‘She Said’ is a suspenseful retelling of a difficult subject matter, propelling the voices of victims and shining a light on the exploitative and illegal acts of powerful men.

At The Movies: Black Panther: Wakanda Forver

‘Black Panther: Wakanda Forever’ is not only a stunning tribute to the life and legacy of Chadwick Boseman, but a thrilling and unique addition to the MCU.

At The Movies: Bros

A classic rom com with a twist, ‘Bros’ is groundbreaking in more ways than one.

At The Movies: Terrifier 2

I have to admit, I bought the hype when it comes to ‘Terrifier 2’.

Free outdoor movies at St Marys announced

Coachmans Park in St Marys is playing host to three outdoor movie nights for the whole family to enjoy.

At The Movies: Black Adam

Though Dwayne Johnson’s ongoing promotion of ‘Black Adam’ meant that I was a little bit over it even before I entered the cinema,

At The Movies: Halloween Ends

A whopping 44 years after the original ‘Halloween’ film, starring a then 19-year-old Jamie Lee Curtis, was released, the latest – and potentially – final instalment of the Michael Myers vs Laurie Strode saga comes to a spine-chilling climax in ‘Halloween Ends’.

At The Movies: Don’t Worry Darling

‘Don’t Worry Darling’ is an entertaining film with enough intrigue to keep audiences captivated throughout.

At The Movies: Bodies, Bodies, Bodies

The pay-off after 90 minutes of blood, gore and a few shocks to the system is a very clever ending that you probably won’t see coming.

At The Movies: Orphan: First Kill

A wild ride from start to finish, ‘Orphan: First Kill’ has scenes that make you flinch, gasp and yes, even laugh.

At The Movies: Where the Crawdads Sing

Based on the bestselling book by Delia Owens, ‘Where the Crawdads Sing’ is a heartwarming film with a twist, guaranteed to leave viewers mesmerised by both the visuals and the storyline.

At The Movies: The Black Phone

I’m not entirely sure what ‘The Black Phone’ is trying to be.

At The Movies: Thor: Love and Thunder

Boasting director Taika Waititi’s trademark humour and a stacked cast, ‘Thor: Love and Thunder’ doesn’t necessarily lend itself to the typical Marvel formula, but remains an enjoyable watch for fans and casual viewers alike.

At The Movies: Elvis

Film reviews are easy to write when the movie is bad or subpar, but what if it’s the best film you’ve ever seen?

How a Penrith Plaza Santa inspired a new Aussie Christmas movie

Local director and former Weekender journalist Heath Davis has wrapped filming on his latest movie, ‘Christmess’.

At The Movies: Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness

Despite quality direction and an A-list cast, ‘Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness’ rivals the weakest Marvel Cinematic Universe installments.

At The Movies: Ambulance

Expecting anything else other than cheesy action scenes and over-the-top explosions from a Michael Bay movie would probably be asking too much.

At The Movies: The Batman

With a moody soundtrack, subtle reveals and a strong storyline, 'The Batman' will be hard to beat as one of the best cinema experiences of 2022.

At The Movies: Uncharted

‘Uncharted’ is a more than enjoyable ride – providing just the right amount of nods to the games, while developing its own story and strength as a stand-alone film.