Day: 6 April 2022

Film Review: Fantastic Beasts: The Secrets of Dumbledore is the most confident of the series yet

April 6, 2022

There’s a certain amount of baggage and controversy that comes with the release of Fantastic Beasts: The Secrets of Dumbledore, additives that, for the sake of the film itself, I won’t delve into; a swift google will catch you up to speed though. From the off, Fantastic Beasts was always a series that seemed a […]

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Interview: David Yates on directing Fantastic Beasts: The Secrets of Dumbledore; “These stories mean something to a lot of people”

April 6, 2022

To say director David Yates is synonymous with the Wizarding World would be putting it mildly.  Having directed half of the Harry Potter film series – Order of the Phoenix, The Half-Blood Prince, and Deathly Hallows Parts 1 and 2 – and both Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them and Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes […]

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Exclusive Single Premiere: Zac Eichner “Not A Break-Up Song” (2022)

April 6, 2022

Adelaide-based indie-electronic artist Zac Eichner is back with new music, this time the heartfelt and personal “Not A Break-Up Song”. Indeed, the track is not a break-up song, but it is a song about letting go of an earlier version of himself. Zac produced the track himself, alongside Matt Cooper. We are thrilled to be premiering “Not A […]

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Everyone in My Family Has Killed Someone

Book Review: Benjamin Stevenson’s Everyone in My Family Has Killed Someone lives up to the whodunit hype

April 6, 2022

Benjamin Stevenson’s third novel, Everyone in My Family Has Killed Someone, has been described as “Agatha Christie meets Knives Out“; which is a tall order for the whodunit genre and its legion of dedicated followers. But, I am deeply pleased to report that it is, indeed, a very apt description. Narrated by our protagonist, Ernest Cunningham, […]

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Film Review: The Lost City is a playful romp elevated by the charm of Sandra Bullock and Channing Tatum

April 6, 2022

Reminiscent of the studio mentality of days (years, even) gone by of when the star-driven comedy was enough of a draw to reel audiences in, Adam and Aaron Nee‘s throwback romp The Lost City serves as a healthy reminder that not all playful, high-concept comedies have to exist solely for the streaming services. Resuscitating the […]

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