TOBY WOOLLASTON finds that the awe and heart of the original Jurassic World have long since escaped the cage – but he can’t help buzzing over some of those monsters.
Film & Television
A new survey shows just how much Netflix content is available in NZ. PAT PILCHER looks at the complex world of streaming and its impact on New Zealand.
Annette Bening and Jamie Bell breathe life into Film Stars Don’t Die in Liverpool, as TOBY WOOLLASTON discovers.
NEON has given Witchdoctor five subscriptions to its premiere streaming service just for our readers.
From an ultra-low budget beginning, Red Dwarf has seen highs and lows. DAVID BUTTERFIELD charts the trajectory of Red Dwarf.
TOBY WOLLASTON finds enough existential insight and astute observations to make 20th Century Women a worthy viewing experience.
TOBY WOOLLASTON heads to the movies and discovers the soft tones of Kodachrome.
It’s a long, long way from The Piano for Anna Paquin and the scary world of Bellevue. GARY STEEL has this to say about it.
GARY STEEL loves a bit of sword, sorcery and sex dressed up as educational history, and Knightfall fits the bill.
Toby Woollaston heads to the movies to see Chappaquiddick, and finds himself glad he’s not a Kennedy.
Tear-jerker Breathe is being released on Blu-ray in time for Mother’s Day. TOBY WOOLLASTON settled down for an early screening and was pleasantly surprised.
After making us wait in anticipation for a year, Westworld is back on Kiwi screens. PAT PILCHER checks out series two of the addictive show.