The best and worst films of 2019
Our resident film critic TEODOR RELJIC sifts through a year’s worth of film reviews to pick the worst and best of the bunch
Maltese documentaries ‘The Normans’ and ‘The Giant Deep Reds’ win international awards
Locally-produced documentaries, one on Medieval period in Malta, the other on bluefin tuna, win international awards
Film Review | Doctor Sleep: Oh Danny boy, the ghosts, the ghosts are calling

The Haunting of Hill House’s Mike Flanagan gets his slice of the Stephen King cinematic renaissance pie with a fun any pacy slice of horror with a...

The Haunting of Hill House’s Mike Flanagan gets his...

Film Review | Earthquake Bird: No flavour to the aftershocks

Psychological unease looms large over this lush adaptation of an award-winning...

Psychological unease looms large over this lush adaptation...

Film Review | Bornholmer Strasse: Breaking down the barriers

Screening at the German-Maltese Circle next week to commemorate the 30th...

Screening at the German-Maltese Circle next week to...

Film Review | The King: Unsurprisingly, Shakespeare did it better

Netflix’s attempt at weighty historical drama attempts to capitalise on...

Netflix’s attempt at weighty historical drama...

Film Review | Wounds: Crawling under the skin

British-Iranian director Babak Anvari makes good on the promise shown in his...

British-Iranian director Babak Anvari makes good on the...

Film Review | In Fabric: The Masque of the Red Dress

Rising star British filmmaker Peter Strickland returns just in time for...

Rising star British filmmaker Peter Strickland returns just...

Film Review | Joker: The burning powder keg of our modern times

‘Hangover’ director Todd Philips channels a decidedly darker...

‘Hangover’ director Todd Philips channels a...

Film Review | In the Tall Grass: Beware the violent vegetation

Written by the father-son horror scribe duo of Stephen King and Joe Hill, this...

Written by the father-son horror scribe duo of Stephen King...

Film Review | In the Shadow of the Moon: The murderous churn of time

Boasting a solid core concept but hampered by crummy execution, the latest...

Boasting a solid core concept but hampered by crummy...

Film Review | The Souvenir: The art of instructive mistakes

Executively produced by Martin Scorsese, British director Joanna Hogg’s...

Executively produced by Martin Scorsese, British director...

Film Review | Pain And Glory: Turning the camera around

The world’s most celebrated Spanish film-maker lays all vulnerabilities...

The world’s most celebrated Spanish film-maker lays...

Film Review | IT: Chapter Two: Brutal and diminishing returns

Director Andy Muschietti returns to complete the Stephen King-inspired killer...

Director Andy Muschietti returns to complete the Stephen...

Film Review | Transit: The road to nowhere

Conceptually playful though sneakily poignant, Christian Petzold’s unique...

Conceptually playful though sneakily poignant, Christian...

[WATCH] Pulp Fiction star Harvey Keitel set for Sette Giugno movie on Maltese uprising

Film about 1919 Maltese uprising will feature Harvey Keitel and A Clockwork Orange star Malcolm McDowell

Film about 1919 Maltese uprising will feature Harvey...

Film Review | Transformazzjoni: Charting an intimate transformation

Showing at Spazju Kreattiv as part of Pride Week, the pioneering documentary...

Showing at Spazju Kreattiv as part of Pride Week, the...

Film Review | Once Upon a Time in Hollywood: Pure indulgence at its best

For his supposedly penultimate feature, Quentin Tarantino delivers a surprisingly chilled out and cheekily pleasant immersion into the twilight years of...

For his supposedly penultimate feature, Quentin Tarantino...

Film Review | Enter the Anime: No use walking through this door

It may present itself as an eye-opening glimpse into Japanese animation, but...

It may present itself as an eye-opening glimpse into...

Film Review | The Dead Don’t Die

Cult filmmaker Jim Jarmusch does not quite scale career-best heights with this smug, post-modern take on the zombie genre, but there’s more than enough...

Cult filmmaker Jim Jarmusch does not quite scale...