Damon Herriman

Abe Forsythe’s new black comedy, Down Under, isn’t the silly rollicking film the trailer promises. It’s a dark, didactic film about the turmoil of racism in a society that believes it has an unblemished track record.We like to think of ourselves...
Randy comedy light on laughs.
Five couples go to increasingly desperate lengths to achieve the Big O in Josh Lawson’s disappointing comedy of errors, The Little Death. For all of the comic potential of a broad and bawdy farce, Lawson’s story doesn’t meet its own brief and,...