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Daniel Rutledge on why this Netflix drama needs to be seen.
Plan your hibernation this month.
July has some great things, strange things & even Stranger Things.
Although, like many Netflix offerings, it can feel inconsequential.
There’s plenty to recommend in this increasingly paranoid sci-fi three-hander.
This one goes out to all the genre-lovers.
Did we mention Martin Scorsese’s Bob Dylan doco?!
You’re not likely to see where the escalating insanity is heading
A lot more to offer than just being an exercise in trope regurgitation.
Extremely Wicked, Shockingly Evil and Vile’s worst offence is being boring.
Political doco includes Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez among its four subjects.
From Netflix exclusives to some choice catalogue picks, May’s looking good.
Cats, Top Gun 2 and more new trailers you’ve got to see to believe
NZIFF 2019 mini-reviews (latest reviews)
NZIFF 2019 mini-reviews (A – C)
NZIFF 2019 mini-reviews (D – G)
NZIFF 2019 mini-reviews (H – L)
NZIFF 2019 mini-reviews (M – S)
NZIFF 2019 mini-reviews (T – Z)
The Lion King makes a million dollars in just one day in Aotearoa
The storytellers behind New Zealand’s Best short films playing at NZIFF 2019
Herbs: Songs of Freedom director on his doco about local music legends
Agnès Varda and the dozens of other female filmmakers at NZIFF 2019
The Lion King constantly imitates the original—and that’s a big problem
RIP Mad magazine and its detail-obsessed movie fanaticism
How did dialogue from The Quiet Earth end up on a #1 album last week?
New release film Crawl is a beer-guzzling blast of survival horror
Stuber gets by on its fantastic buddy-cop pair and some sweet as violence