Day: 19 January 2018

Music Video of the Day: Ruby Boots “Don’t Talk About It” (2018)

January 19, 2018

Ruby Boots has dropped the visuals for her new single, “Don’t Talk About It”, a great follow up to her previous release, “It’s So Cruel”. This new tune, the title track from her forthcoming new album, is a solid step forward for the songwriter; now Nashville based, Bex Chilcott has really continued to flourish as a […]

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Single of the Day: Eves Karydas “Further Than the Planes Fly” (2018)

January 19, 2018

Pop darling Eves Karydas is back with her second offering since ditching her alias Eves the Behaviour and dazzling us on single “There For You”. The globetrotting Brisbane born songstress took a three year break from releasing music after massive hits with “Electrical” and “TV”, and at only 23 her vocal stylings on the new […]

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Indigenous talent set to shine at this year’s National Folk Festival

January 19, 2018

This year’s National Folk Festival is set to highlight some great Indigenous talent as the festival celebrates its 52nd year in 2018. Held over the Easter break, the Canberra event will be coming to Exhibition Park with over 200 international and national acts set to perform. Celebrating the 30th anniversary of “Yill Lull”, Joe Geia is set […]

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Film Review: Maze Runner: The Death Cure (USA, 2018) delivers a satisfying conclusion to the franchise

January 19, 2018

While the Maze Runner franchise has been far from original, each film has delivered a healthy dose of fun and been crafted quite impressively. Gratefully, Wes Ball’s Maze Runner: The Death Cure, the final instalment in the series, continues that trend and offers fans a deserving farewell. It does so in the fact that it’s entirely familiar […]

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Interview: Producer Geoffrey Wexler talks living in the shadow of Ghibli in Mary and the Witch’s Flower

January 19, 2018

Earlier this week I caught up with Producer Geoffrey Wexler, who talked about Studio Ponoc’s first feature, Mary and the Witch’s Flower. Comprised of ex-members of Studio Ghibli, we talk about creating the film in the shadow of the iconic Japanese animation studio’s legacy, creating strong female characters and working with an incredible English cast. We […]

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Blu-Ray Review: Blade Runner 2049 (USA, 2017)

January 19, 2018

When the original Blade Runner was first released in cinemas in 1982, it made waves for its stunning cinematography and special effects, moody and now iconic soundtrack from Vangelis, and its truly innovative adaptation of a short story from sci-fi writer Philip K Dick; the rare instance where a film has outdone its source material. […]

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Jessica Chastain to attend Q&A event in Sydney for Molly’s Game

January 19, 2018

Golden Globe award winning actress Jessica Chastain (Zero Dark Thirty) is set to visit Sydney later this month in a brief promotional tour for her latest film, the biographical thriller Molly’s Game. Based on the true story of world-class skier turned Hollywood poker princess Molly Bloom, Molly’s Game has already earned Chastain her fifth Globe […]

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Interview: Aussie actress Loren Kate on transforming into Sean Young for Blade Runner 2049

January 19, 2018

Out on DVD and Blu-Ray this week, the critically acclaimed Blade Runner 2049 is set to impress audiences all over again with its incredible story and visuals. One of those impressive visuals, was the inclusion of Sean Young – just as she looked in the original. This was achieved thanks to CGI and a double, […]

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Foo Fighters Announce Their Own Brew and Australian Pop Up Bars

January 19, 2018

Rock legends Foo Fighters have announced two pop up pubs in Sydney and Melbourne. The Foo Fighters Hotel in Sydney (aka Hotel Hollywood) and the Fooie Bar in Melbourne (aka Cherry Bar) will stock the bands own “Foo Town” brew, a lager developed by the band and Newtown based brewery Young Henrys. All this is […]

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