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Hundreds of movies make their way to Australian cinema screens each year; however, even the most devoted cinephiles can't see them all. Thankfully, that's what catching up on DVD or via streaming is all about — and as time ticks by, technology just keeps making it easier. So, just what should you make sure you get to? That's where we come in. We've hunted down the best 2018 flicks now ready for your home-viewing consumption, and put together your holiday watch list.
An insightful and involving look at the career, impact and enigma of "Brissie's Banksy".
This iPhone-shot thriller serves up a savage take on society's treatment of women.
A spectacular cinematic experience that begs to be seen on the big screen.
A tense, emotional thriller featuring a phenomenal performance from Diane Kruger.
Simon Baker jumps behind the camera in this soulful and assured adaptation of Tim Winton's award-winning novel.
This brief social satire is packed with scathing humour and boasts an absolutely stellar cast.
Anna Kendrick and Blake Lively shine in this savagely entertaining thriller from 'Bridesmaids' director Paul Feig.
New Zealand's newest comedy is a hilarious ode to female friendships, ditching bad relationships and singing karaoke to Celine Dion.
Acclaimed Austrian filmmaker Michael Haneke is up to his usual tricks in this dark, unsettling tale of family dysfunction.
With Kate McKinnon at her hilarious best, this action-comedy delivers solid laughs along with an ace ode to female friendship.
Finnish filmmaker Aki Kaurismäki crafts an amusing and earnest look at Europe's refugee crisis.
Rachel Weisz and Rachel McAdams star in this nuanced tale of romance and religion.
Keeping your eyes glued to a computer screen has rarely been more thrilling.
Ai Weiwei explores the refugee crisis in a moving documentary that's mammoth yet intimate in both its scope and impact.
This insightful documentary explores the life, music and legacy of one of Australia's most important musicians.
Annette Bening and Jamie Bell are exceptional in this moving story about a Hollywood icon.
A documentary as fascinating as the fashion designer at its centre.
The latest film from the man behind The Thick of It and Veep is a provocative Soviet comedy with plenty of modern parallels.
The story behind the world's greatest horror story, anchored by a brilliant lead performance.
An affectionate and inspirational exploration of the life and impact of America's rockstar Supreme Court Justice.
The long-awaited second effort from Israeli filmmaker Samuel Maoz proves an astonishing exploration of grief and war.