Who says crime doesn't pay? Explore the latest movie news and reviews. Includes links to watch the best crime movies at SBS On Demand (where available).

A nightmarish journey to the dark side of '80s Australia.
Introducing the Australian premiere of his latest film, Hounds of Love, at the Brisbane Asia Pacific Film Festival, Stephen Curry began with an apology. “I apologise in advance if anyone expected The Castle. This isn’t The Castle.”
A disturbing documentary about a homegrown cult.
The Family is currently screening in limited release in Victoria, with screenings planned for NSW, South Australia and Western Australia soon. Details here.  
The vigilante tale we need right now, pushing back on the decay of decency with pulp in the first truly great Netflix original film.
When Ruth (Melanie Lynskey) sighs in I Don’t Feel at Home in This World Anymore, it feels like she’s a conduit for the frayed patience of a world shedding all forms of human decency. Kind of appropriate in 2017, no?...
A rare, humanist Western, where finality is the true villain.
The haunting neo-Western Hell or High Water unfolds in present-day West Texas, where bank-robbing brothers (played by Chris Pine and Ben Foster) target small branches of the Texas Midlands Bank in tiny towns separated by miles of desert and...
The adaptation of Helen Garner's book offers a realistic and distressing account of true events.
Canberra, that artificial city built in the middle of the Australian bush, plays a pivotal role in this disturbing film based on Helen Garner’s 2004 nonfiction book of the same name. It’s as if Canberra itself – clean, bureaucratic and often...