Jasmine Onstad reviews the record-breaking Korean film Parasite and discusses its' powerful themes of class divide and wealth. SPOILERS AHEAD!
Jasmine Onstad reflects on the major highlights from this year's ASFF and how powerful these short films can be
Jasmine Onstad reviews John Crowley's adaptation of the 2013 Pulitzer Prize winner, which could have been a masterpiece but falls short of expectations
Jasmine Onstad is won over by Spike Lee's latest film about an African-American police officer infiltrating the KKK
Before Call Me By Your Name, James Ivory directed this landmark piece of LGBTQ cinema during the 80s
The Muse team guide you through the essential viewing over the summer break, including the excesses of reality TV, the high emotion of a sporting centrepiece, and the tight grip of a good drama.
*Disclaimer: we cannot guarantee your survival and take no responsibility for your marks, or lack thereof
Jasmine Onstad dives into Netflix's latest bingeable delight, finding plenty of social commentary along the way
Jasmine Onstad is full of praise for the MCU's latest offering, and stresses its importance for POC representation in the cinema
The Muse team foolishly decide to stay up late to live tweet the Oscars