Day: 2 October 2017

Single of the Day: Kimbra “Everybody Knows” (2017)

October 2, 2017

Kimbra has returned with a hot new slice of electronic, melodic gold in “Everybody Knows”. As a hint of what is to come from the New Zealander’s highly anticipated third studio album, “Everybody Knows” is a great example of the new sonic playground Kimbra has been exploring. The ethereal pop princess has moved into breathy yet […]

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Album Review: Pearl Jam – Let’s Play Two (2017 LP)

October 2, 2017

“Good evening, Wrigley Field,” Eddie Vedder welcomes as the opening guitar to 1998’s “Low Light” begins behind him. The live album was recorded over two nights in August 2016 in Vedder’s hometown of Chicago before the Chicago Cubs and Cleveland Indians World Series and accompanies a documentary directed by Danny Clinch who previously worked with the band […]

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The Xbox Onesie is back and we will do whatever it takes to get one

October 2, 2017

Love it or hate it, the single most important Australian contribution to the Xbox family this side of Forza Horizon 3, the Xbox Onesie, is coming back. The new garment, with an updated design, is set to drop just days after the release of Forza Motorsport 7.

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Five Things We Learned From Doctor Who‘s Jenna Coleman at Oz Comic Con Sydney

October 2, 2017

Over the weekend the ICC Sydney Convention Centre at Darling Harbour played host to Oz Comic Con Sydney. This would be the first time the pop culture event would be held in the brand new convention centre so it seemed only fitting that for this event we’d be graced by a very special guest in […]

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Interview: Catrin Stewart talks Doctor Who and pushing diversity representation boundaries and meeting fans at Oz Comic Con

October 2, 2017

Australian television fans would probably recognise Catrin Stewart from her most notable role as Jenny Flint on Doctor Who. The character of Flint began as a maid to Madame Vastra (Neve McIntosh), a Silurian lizard woman who also is a bit of a Sherlock Holmes-type, along with her trusty Sontaran assistant Strax (Dan Starkey). However […]

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Film Review: Wakefield (USA, 2016) is a dull character study about a mad man

October 2, 2017

Wakefield is a long, drawn-out rendering of a short story. It shows one man’s descent into madness and how he becomes a voyeur of his own family. The film is a dramatic one and while the central idea seems original enough, it’s something that was better in the written format than in a full-length, feature […]

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Gilmore Girls creators sign multi-year deal with Amazon Studios

October 2, 2017

Amazon Prime Video recently announced that critically-acclaimed talents Amy Sherman-Palladino and Daniel Palladino (Gilmore Girls) have entered a multi-year deal to develop projects exclusively with Amazon Studios. Sherman-Palladino and Palladino will develop television projects that will add to their unprecedented two-season green light of upcoming Amazon Original Series The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel, which debuts this […]

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Paramount and Bad Robot to adapt the hit Japanese anime Your Name

October 2, 2017

Paramount Pictures and Bad Robot have announced that they have won the rights to adapt the popular Japanese animated film Your Name for the silver screen. The two companies will work with Toho Co., Ltd, the producers of the original animated film. Toho will then handle the release of the film within Japan. J.J. Abrams […]

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Film Review: The Meyerowitz Stories (New and Selected) (USA, 2017) Boasts Outstanding Performances From An All Star Cast

October 2, 2017

Acclaimed writer/director Noah Baumbach is back with his latest character centric story focusing on a dysfunctional family who put their quarrels aside to come together and celebrate their ageing father’s artistic work. The Meyerowitz Stories (New and Selected), a drama/comedy, boasts an all-star cast from Emma Thompson to veteran actor Dustin Hoffman and comedic giants […]

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The Southern Highlands is putting on an unmissable glamping feast this month (NSW)

October 2, 2017

It’s not just Sydney that’s full of exciting food and drink experiences for Good Food Month this October. Drive for just over an hour out of the city to immerse yourself in a sunken forest deep inside the picturesque Southern Highlands and you’ll find what is undoubtedly this month’s essential overnight food and wine experience. […]

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