A father impersonates a young woman online in a bid to get closer to his son in James Morosini’s promising but frustrating debut.
Cartoon Saloon return with a poignant tale of a boy who sets out on a quest to find a dragon in peril.
Whilst exhibiting some awkward growing pains, DC’s audacious, hilarious, queer-as-heck cartoon spends its great third season refusing to rest on its laurels.
Alex Pritz presents an urgent call-to-action in the form of a documentary thriller.
Beabadoobee’s sophomore album has many the same drawbacks as her debut, but succeeds greater on its particular terms.
Josef Kubota Wladyka’s debut is a bleak yet gripping scream on behalf of a forgotten people.
The Australian dance-pop quartet’s sophomore album indicates they’re in it for the long haul, only sacrificing some of their prior identity in the process.
Hive is a solid-enough ode to Kosovo’s grieving women but lacks unique flair.
Ride the Eagle is a pleasant vibey piece of COVID filmmaking that never quite manages to become an interesting, affecting, or all that funny narrative film.
Freakscene is little more than a curio for both Dinosaur Jr. fans and the non-converted.