The best comedies of the decade
Counting down the top twenty crack-up and chuckle-fests.
Watch our summer movie preview
Here’s a taste of what to see in cinemas over the holidays.
Win tickets to feel-good indie flick The Peanut Butter Falcon
Stars newcomer Zack Gottsagen and Shia LaBeouf. Opens Boxing Day.
The 20 films we’re most looking forward to in 2020
Oscar contenders, blockbusters, sequels to comedy classics, arthouse pics and more.
Utterly unique comedy series Los Espookys is highly recommended
NEON’s new show combines absurdism, bone-dry satire and the supernatural.
Ten films at Sundance 2020 that we’re dying to see
We’ve read all 118 synopses and picked 10 faves.
Home Alone 2: Lost in New York is a perfect sequel
A robust critical analysis that no-one asked for.
Our film guru highlights his 20 discoveries of the year
Includes a film that runs for literally an entire day.
New to NZ streaming services this December
See what’s fresh for the last month of 2019.
The movies that inspired The Mandalorian
The Mandalorian is, more than most Star Wars productions, a heady concoction of pop culture influences.
Aaron Yap’s Top 10 Scorsese – how many have you seen?
Having dug The Irishman, Aaron Yap ranks the best of a master filmmaker
Ten great whodunnits, from Christie to Tarantino
Dominic Corry puts his magnifying glass on murder-mystery classics.
NZ film festival gems currently on Netflix
Most NZIFF titles don’t make it to Netflix, so consider yourself lucky.
9 of the week’s best movie trailers
If this image confuses you, the trailer won’t clarify it.
What to watch this weekend (16 – 17 Nov)
Don’t just watch stuff. Watch good stuff.
9 of the greatest F-bombs in cinema history
It’s an artform within the artform of cinema.
How Charlie’s Angels turned outdated TV into an irrepressibly fun blockbuster
Is a new generation ready for Charlie’s Angels?
How a teacher, a cow whisperer, and a farming community made NZ film Bellbird
The film is currently playing in cinemas.
A hugely expansive world begins to reveal itself in His Dark Materials
Dominic Corry evaluates the first episode of NEON’s new series, streaming now.
I, an avid lover of the MCU, see where Scorsese’s coming from
Is he right? Is he wrong? It’s not as simple as that.
Stop right there, you have tickets to our Knives Out previews to win
We’re bringing the all-star whodunnit to Auckland, Wellington & Christchurch!