Day: 17 August 2022

Film Review: Bosch & Rockit is a spirited and emotional film that succeeds off its own scrappiness

August 17, 2022

A meditative presence, a sometimes-actor, and now writer/director, Tyler Atkins seems to revel in the difficulty of categorisation.  And it’s that loose scrappiness that shapes his feature-length debut, Bosch & Rockit, a spirited and emotional film that’s equally as uneasy to singularly designate. Based on Atkins’ own childhood, the film flirts with multiple genre temperaments […]

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KISS: The End of the Road tour hits Australia

August 17, 2022

KISS ‘The Hottest Band In The World’ in August/September 2022 are about to embark on their last tour ever in Australia. The End Of The Road tour started way back in 2019, but the tour was first cancelled in 2019 after Paul Stanley was advised by doctors to rest due to a bad case of influenza. […]

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Please Baby Please muses on gender and orientation in a manner that’s more sleazy than it is stylish: Melbourne International Film Festival Review

August 17, 2022

A gaudy game of cat-and-mouse and pseudo-philosophical musings on sexual orientation and gender sit at the core of Amanda Kramer‘s Please Baby Please, a wild but, sadly, insufferable drama that’s more sleazy than it is stylish. Set in 1950’s New York, the film reveals its bizarre, sexualised tone in its early minutes when bohemian couple […]

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Director Sophie Hyde on Good Luck To You, Leo Grande; “I think we’ve seen really limited stuff on sex work.”

August 17, 2022

An award-winning director, producer, writer, and founding member of the film collective Closer Productions, Australian filmmaker Sophie Hyde is a force to be reckoned with.  She’s also incredibly delightful, as our own Peter Gray discovered when chatting with her for the forthcoming release of her latest feature, Good Luck To You, Leo Grande. An intimate […]

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Exclusive Album Premiere: Yazmindi – Dream On (2022 LP)

August 17, 2022

Cooktown-born, Byron Bay-based singer Yazmindi has unveiled her awaited debut album Dream On, out tomorrow. The 11-track project is a reflection of her journey through adolescence with unique skill and hard work. “I share my songwriting journey from dreaming teen to ambitious young woman, my experiences of love, loss, tongue in cheek earnest situations, questioning […]

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Film Review: Good Luck To You, Leo Grande is an intelligent and refreshing comedy about the joys of shameless sexual awakenings

August 17, 2022

Whilst there’s no surprise revealed in the fact that Emma Thompson truly deserves to be considered one of the greatest living actresses working today, it’s always appreciated when a performance solidifies such a statement.  And in the deliriously charming and strikingly emotional Good Luck To You, Leo Grande, Thompson turns in career-best work that leans […]

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Spider-Man: Remastered PC Review: The wall-crawler sticks the landing

August 17, 2022

A PC remaster of a game always has a lot to live up to. And when said game is critically-acclaimed, universally-lauded by fans and industry members, multi-time Game of The Year (2018) recipient Marvel’s Spider-Man you know you’ve got some big webby shoes to fill. At minimum, PC punters are hankering for the exact marvellous […]

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