After analysing the past 49 seasons of MasterChef (fact check this), we have some highly scientific predictions of what to expect tonight.
A recent surge of love for the US Supreme Court justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg can only be useful as a mask to our own inertia.
The latest Scarlett Johansson controversy is a perfect snapshot of modern Hollywood: it doesn’t operate like a public broadcaster, and will only ever do the "right" thing where it affects the bottom line.
Australia loves a realist crime drama, but there are certainly better ones out there than Animal Kingdom.
This was a hallowed act of obeisance, cinema vanishing into itself: the Astor, a vast dome of faded theatrical glory was showing a David Lynch classic.
The Sopranos ushered in a renaissance for the small screen, latterly continued by Netflix et al. But the economic reality of running an entertainment business like Netflix will crunch hard — and soon. So enjoy this golden age of TV, while you still can.
Critics who have come to praise the Coen brothers' The Big Lebowski are victims of cult followers' persistence, psycho-semiotic babble and zealotry.
Charles Williams recently became the third Australian to ever win a Palme d'Or. He told us how his short film set in the Melbourne suburb of Dandenong came to conquer Cannes.