June 8, 2020

The Assistant, dir. Kitty Green

The Assistant is one of the year’s best and now that cinemas are starting to reopen you should make sure to put it on your must-watch […]
June 2, 2020

Angst, dir. Gerard Kargl

You’ve heard of the great serial killer films such as The Texas Chainsaw Massacre, Silence of the Lambs and Seven but you probably haven’t heard of […]
May 25, 2020

The Fall, dir. Jonathan Glazer

The Fall, the new short film from Jonathan Glazer, is nightmare fuel in a post-truth, Trumpian era. It tells the story of a horde of masked […]
May 18, 2020

Ema, dir. Pablo Larrain

What do you get when you mix Climax and Blue Valentine? You get Ema, Pablo Larrain’s first feature after the Oscar-nominated Jackie. Ema tells the story […]
May 11, 2020

Bill and Ted’s Excellent Adventure, dir. Stephen Herek

Passable films are born ceaselessly out of film studios these days, distracting audiences from true cinematic gems. Yet, a time existed when films were made for […]
May 4, 2020

Onward, dir. Dan Scanlon

Pixar’s brand new animation Onward was recently released straight onto Disney+ in NZ, never reaching the cinemas in many countries outside the US due to the […]
May 4, 2020

Saved!, dir. Brian Dannelly

istory is riddled with complicated relationships, but none more fraught for recent generations than Evangelical Christianity and adolescent freedom. I was first introduced to ‘Saved!’ through […]
April 28, 2020

Cloudy With A Chance Of Meatballs, dir. Phil Lord & Christopher Miller

Before the world began to fall apart, I had planned my mid-sem break as an intense and labouring movie marathon. As a known Film Thot, I […]
April 28, 2020

Boyz n the Hood, dir. John Singleton

Undoubtedly the best movie I’ve watched during this ‘break’ is the surprisingly old classic Boyz n the Hood – probably known to a lot of people […]