Day: 14 September 2022

Unwrapping September’s Nintendo Direct Stream

September 14, 2022

This September, Nintendo Direct was jam-packed with games, release dates, trailers and news about what’s coming to the system over the next year. The Zelda: The Breath of the Wild sequel is coming, Goldeneye with online multiplayer will be available soon, Kirby‘s 30th anniversary celebrations, Pikmin 4 and a slew of Nintendo 64 games are […]

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Splatoon 3 Review: more than just a new paintjob

September 14, 2022

You may be wondering what new grounds Nintendo could explore with Splatoon 3, especially when Splatoon 2 is already such a thoroughly enjoyable experience. I was too. Yet, what may initially come across as laziness in minimal core changes to multiplayer soon becomes an experience of wonderful re-identification of the Splatoon series. Splatoon 3 is […]

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Chymes

Exclusive Single Premiere: Chymes “See You In Hell” (2022)

September 14, 2022

Sometimes you fall for someone, irrespective of the consequences. You know that perhaps it isn’t the smartest thing you’ve done, but you do it anyway. Alt-pop artist Chymes has encapsulated this feeling perfectly in her latest banger, “See You in Hell”. We’re thrilled to be premiering it today, ahead of its release on Friday. About […]

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Interview: Kaitlyn Dever on Ticket To Paradise, working in Australia and what she learned from George Clooney and Julia Roberts

September 14, 2022

At only 25 years old, Kaitlyn Dever is already over a decade into her career. From Bad Teacher(‘s pet) to Booksmart by way of Beautiful Boy, the Golden Globe-nominated actress is now navigating a genre she has yet to tackle; the romantic comedy. Starring alongside Julia Roberts and George Clooney in Ticket To Paradise, where […]

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Causeway is a quiet drama anchored by a stripped back Jennifer Lawrence: TIFF 2022 Review

September 14, 2022

A low-key slice of independent cinema that you imagine wouldn’t be given as big of a spotlight had it not been for lead Jennifer Lawrence, Causeway nonetheless deserves its attention as it’s a determined and moving picture about one’s healing, both emotionally and physically. Adhering to the stripped-away mentality that drove her to her first […]

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