Day: 12 May 2015

Album Review: Zac Brown Band – Jekyll + Hyde (2015 LP)

May 12, 2015

Before I get to my thoughts on the album I firstly want to say that even though I’ve never found lead singer/guitarist Zac Brown to be a handsome man and I often don’t say this, but I love the cover art and dare I say, he even looks a bit powerful and attractive on the […]

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Stumbled Upon #046 – Great Cynics (London, United Kingdom)

May 12, 2015

In our 46th instalment of “Stumbled Upon”, we meet London’s punk rockers Great Cynics, and chat about their upcoming UK tour and brand new record, I Feel Weird out this month. Musician/Band Name: Great Cynics Website / Social Media: Facebook / You Tube Genre: Punk Members & their roles: Giles – guitar Bob – drums […]

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Editor's Picks: Our seven favourite performances and discoveries at Canadian Music Week (CMW) 2015.

May 12, 2015

At festivals like Canadian Music Week, bands from around the world try and impress fans and industry alike in sets around the city of Toronto that rarely last for more than 30 minutes. With hundreds of bands playing, no one journalist would be able to see everything on offer. But our man on the ground […]

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Film Review: A Royal Night Out (UK, 2015)

May 12, 2015

Girls just wanna have fun. Except that in the film, A Royal Night Out, those two ladies are Queen Elizabeth and Princess Margaret at ages 19 and 14, respectively. The film is a fun and warm-hearted historic romp that does feel like it’s being played a little too safe at times. On V.E. Day (8 […]

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The nine most memorable moments from Vikings Season Three (So Far)!

May 12, 2015

Travis Fimmel as the legendary Ragnar Lothbrok in Vikings. Warning: This article contains Season 3 spoilers! What a journey the Vikings have been on in Season 3, sailing to England, back to Kattegat and then to Paris, led by protagonist Ragnar Lothbrok, portrayed by Australia’s Travis Fimmel. Curious, tortured, ruthless Ragnar who will risk everything […]

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Our highlights of the 62nd Sydney Film Festival program

May 12, 2015

So you’ve got your SFF Flexipass but you’re having a hard time choosing between all the hundreds of films that are part of the 62nd Sydney Film Festival. Not to worry, there are many necessary guides out there – like this one – to help you sift through the often overwhelming amount of choices here. […]

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Make a date with Golden Age and ROAR the most dangerous film ever made

May 12, 2015

If you fancy yourself as something of a cinematic thrill seeker Golden Age Cinema have the perfect film for you. The theatre is set to host both the Australian premiere and ONLY Sydney screenings of the remastered re-release of the 1981 film Roar, a film that set the bar absurdly high for injuries on set. […]

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Human Rights Arts & Film Festival Film Review: Just Eat It: A Food Waste Story (2014, Canada)

May 12, 2015

Just Eat It: A Food Waste Story is a food documentary that will leave you being unable to look at your fridge and food in the same way again. Documentary filmmakers, Jenny Rustemeyer and Grant Baldwin have put together a tight and informative look at the issue of food waste. It offers some eye-opening statistics […]

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X-Files revival premiere date announced

May 12, 2015

It’s official: the resuscitation of beloved sci-fi series The X-Files will take place in January 2016. US network Fox has announced that the six-episode revival of the beloved cult series will begin on Sunday, 24 January 2016, with the second episode screening on Monday, 25 January, and then continuing on for four more weekly episodes. […]

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TV Review: Game of Thrones Season Five, Episode Five: ‘Kill The Boy’ (USA, 2015)

May 12, 2015

We’re now at the halfway point of season five, and things are really kicking into high gear. Storylines from all areas of Westeros, and Essos, are being born, nurtured and steered on what is sure, in many cases, to be a disastrous course. Much of the focus of this episode wasn’t in Westeros, but across the […]

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