Day: 12 June 2018

The bricks are back in the latest trailer for The LEGO Movie 2

June 12, 2018

The latest teaser trailer for The LEGO Movie 2 has dropped, not only taking me back to my childhood, but helping me realise that Lego is awesome regardless of age. With that said, The LEGO Movie franchise returns, bringing back what you love, along with some fun and fresh ideas. Taking place in a post apocalyptic world (expect […]

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Bonnaroo closes its 16th year with massive sets from the likes of Moon Taxi, Dua Lipa and The Killers

June 12, 2018

While the final day of this year’s Bonnaroo festival began with sheets of rain and threats of lighting, the only bolts of electricity that came down on “The Farm” on Sunday came courtesy of the closing set from The Killers.  The rock band from Las Vegas, Nevada braved the storms and high humidity along with other amazing […]

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Key dates for WAMFest 2018 announced; live music series and conference returning in November

June 12, 2018

WAMFest will return in November, showcasing the best of West Australian talent and welcoming music fans and industry folk from around the country to see just what is happening out on the west coast. Last year’s WAMFest attracted 40,000 people in what was a record setting year, with 304 local artists performing throughout the WAMFest […]

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Exclusive Music Video Premiere: Xavier Dunn “Warming” (2018)

June 12, 2018

Multi-instrumentalist Xavier Dunn has been in the midst of sharing his debut EP Isic Tutor over the last few weeks; already receiving acclaim from all areas of the online music world, Dunn’s exploration of soundscapes drenched in instrumental richness and an ambient, contemplative perspective has brought comparisons to Nils Frahm, Olafur Arnalds and even Bon Iver. With EP […]

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Music Video of the Day: B Wise “Flex On” (2018)

June 12, 2018

As many predicted early on, B Wise’s trajectory upward off the back of a successful 2017 of new music and touring would be a rapid one. Having recently finished up a major national run of dates with Thundamentals has only further cemented the Sydney hip hop artist’s position at the forefront of the fresh faces […]

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E3 2018: Australian indie Hollow Knight is finally out on Nintendo Switch today

June 12, 2018

Hollow Knight, the hardcore Metroidvania title by Australian indie dev Team Cherry, has finally arrived on Nintendo Switch.

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E3 2018: Fortnite confirmed for Nintendo Switch

June 12, 2018

The worst kept secret of E3 2018 bar none is that Fortnite is coming to Nintendo Switch. We knew that already, but here’s the thing: you can play it right now.

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E3 2018: Fire Emblem: Three Houses brings the strategy series to Switch at last

June 12, 2018

For those who’ve long thought Fire Emblem would be at home on the Switch, first of all, you were right. Second, it’s finally happening. Fire Emblem: Three Houses debuted during Nintendo’s E3 press event.

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E3 2018: Super Mario Party is coming to ruin all your friendships

June 12, 2018

Super Mario Party debuted during the Nintendo E3 presser, filling viewers with equal amounts of excitement and dread.

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E3 2018: Mech combat title Daemon X Machina looks metal as hell

June 12, 2018

Kicking Nintendo’s E3 press conference off was the announcement of a mech battle title in the style in Gundam and Armoured Core. It’s called Daemon X Machina and its the most metal thing.

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E3 2018: Super Smash Bros Ultimate is the Greatest Hits version of your favourite fighting franchise

June 12, 2018

Let it never be said that Masahiro Sakurai doesn’t give the people what they want. Super Smash Bros Ultimate is the latest installment in the long running Smash Bros franchise. What’s in it, you ask? Everything. Literally everything.

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Sydney Film Festival Review: Jirga (Australia, 2017) is a humane look behind the curtain of war

June 12, 2018

That Jirga is quiet and understated is the film’s biggest strength, consciously moving away from the lurid details of your typical war blockbuster and presenting something of a bare-bones human story about redemption and forgiveness. When Director Benjamin Gilmour and actor Sam Smith, both Australian, spent 20 days shooting this film they did so at […]

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Sydney Film Festival Review: The Children Act (USA, 2018) is a slow-burning & challenging moral drama

June 12, 2018

The Children Act is a drama that is wrapped around a moral quandary. It asks the question, “How old should someone be before they can refuse medical treatment?” This adaptation of an Ian McEwan novel is an emotive legal and moral drama that will give audiences pause to think. This film is directed by Richard […]

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E3 2018: Kingdom Hearts 3 gets yet another trailer at PlayStation’s E3 media briefing

June 12, 2018

A third massive trailer for Kingdom Hearts III has dropped during Playstation’s  E3 press conference, showing a bit of new footage involving the game’s Pirates of the Carribean universe.

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E3 2018: Resident Evil 2 is getting the remaster treatment

June 12, 2018

Resident Evil has come back into the limelight with the recent success of Resident Evil VII, it only feels natural that one of the high points of the franchise would be getting remastered. And boy does it look good.

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E3 2018: Ghost of Tsushima unveils stunning new gameplay trailer

June 12, 2018

Ghost of Tsushima returns, this time with a gorgeous gameplay trailer, highlighting some of the game’s major mechanics.

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E3 2018: The new Death Stranding trailer is as weird as ever

June 12, 2018

Another E3 means another trailer for Hideo Kojima’s Death Stranding. It also means we’re no closer to figuring out what the hell this game is about. But that’s part of the fun, right? See if you can figure it out. Death Stranding‘s latest gameplay trailer awaits after the jump.

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E3 2018: Insomniac’s Spider-Man gets a brand new trailer

June 12, 2018

Developer Insomniac have rocked the PlayStation E3 press conference with a ton of new footage from their upcoming superhero game, Spider-Man. Hit the jump to check it out for yourself.

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E3 2018: Watch the new trailer for The Last of Us Part II

June 12, 2018

The biggest and most anticipated game of E3 2018 has finally had its moment. The Last of Us Part II has dropped a brand new gameplay trailer during PlayStation’s E3 2018 press briefing in Los Angeles and you can see it right now.

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ABC’s War On Waste wages on in new series

June 12, 2018

ABC’s landmark series War on Waste that opened Australia’s eyes to its staggering waste levels returns Thursday 24 July, with host Craig Reucassel (The Chaser’s War on Everything) returning to tackle new targets such as water bottles, e-waste, furniture waste, while touching on topics such as food waste and the recycling crisis. In 2017, War on […]

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Five Things We Learned From Hannah Gadsby’s Netflix Special Nanette

June 12, 2018

The best kind of comedy is the one that makes you laugh and cry. It’s the stuff that’s funny but also makes you stop and think. This is precisely the environment that Tasmanian-born comic, Hannah Gadsby’s final swansong, Nanette occupies. This award-winning show was filmed at the Sydney Opera House in 2018 and will premiere […]

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Netflix’s new true crime series The Staircase: Five things you should know

June 12, 2018

The Staircase is a new true crime series streaming on Netflix. It will appeal to fans of Making A Murderer and The Jinx. A total of 13 episodes were released at different times and span the 16 years covering the trial of Michael Peterson, a man accused of killing his wife Kathleen on 9 December […]

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Supanova Interview: Gaming God Nolan North talks about his beginning, Ryan Reynolds’ Deadpool and clowns

June 12, 2018

I shouldn’t have to say who Nolan North is, but for those few uninitiated, if you have ever played a video game in the last 25 years, there is a very big chance Nolan North voiced something or someone in that game. Nolan has been around the TV, Film and Gaming industry since 1997, first […]

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Film Review: Incredibles 2 (USA, 2018) brings more laughs than the original as the cast shines

June 12, 2018

It has been a very, very long 14 years, but the long-awaited sequel that many were asking for is finally here. Toy Story 4 Incredibles 2 has finally arrived! The first film was branded as the Fantastic Four film that people deserved and it catapulted the career of director Brad Bird to new heights, including […]

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Win a double pass to see FORM Dance Projects Above Ground in Sydney

June 12, 2018

Above Ground features Cat’s Cradle, a new work from Australia’s celebrated physical theatre company Legs On The Wall. Cat’s Cradle explores the depths of what is private and what is public, expertly utilising a commanding apparatus that looms over the space like a curtain of tentacles. The second work, Soft Prosthetics and Metal Gods, sees […]

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