Day: 27 October 2022

Interview: Viola Davis and Thuso Mbedu on the importance and brutality of The Woman King

The Woman King is the remarkable story of the Agojie, the all-female unit of warriors who protected the African Kingdom of Dahomey in the 1800s with skills and a fierceness unlike anything the world has ever seen. Inspired by true events, the film follows the emotionally epic journey of General Nanisca (Viola Davis) as she…

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Film Review: The Woman King overcomes any conventionality with its fierce female spirit

Black is beautiful, and never has it felt more apt a saying than when viewing Gina Prince-Bythewood‘s stunning historical actioner The Woman King. Inspired by true events, The Woman King centres itself around an all-female unit of warriors known as Agojie, who protected the African kingdom of Dahomey during the 17th to 19th centuries; the…

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Uncharted: Legacy of Thieves Collection PC Review: A Stellar Set of Adventures

Make no mistake; both Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End and Uncharted: The Lost Legacy still serve as two of the best games to ever grace the PlayStation 4 console. Given their earlier availability on the PlayStation 5 and Sony’s newfound love for PC with the introduction of many of their greatest hits to a new…

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Book Review: Nigel Marsh’s Smart, Stupid & Sixty is like a frank chat with a friend

It was twenty years ago that many of us first saw author Nigel Marsh at play. Back then Marsh was the self-proclaimed “Fat, Forty & Fired” corporate type whose career had derailed. Many people could relate, so he followed up his debut with Fit, 50 & Fired Up. Another decade on, and he comes to…

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Bayonetta 3 Review: The Witch is BACK!

Developer Platinum Games returns with an undoubtedly ambitious follow up to 2014’s otherwise stellar Bayonetta 2. Now exclusively on the Nintendo Switch system, the franchise feels settled into its skin this time around – delivering huge action and an epic multiverse-inspired tale featuring the most unpredictable story both the series and studio have delivered to…

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Film Review: Terrifier 2 is a hyper-nasty, extended horror treat for fans of the original’s gruesome nature

Going into a film like Terrifier 2, audiences can’t help but be versed in the news surrounding the film that has largely focused on just how spectacularly gory this thing is and the fact that such splatter has caused American cinemagoers, who have pushed the micro-budgeted horror film to rope in over 5 times its…

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Track by Track: Salarymen take us through their new EP Head in the Sand

  We’ve been fans of Sydney duo Salarymen since their debut single “Please” was released in November of 2019. Fast forward three years, and today they are releasing their second EP, the fabulous Head in the Sand. For those late to the Salarymen story, the duo is a collaboration between Thom Eagleton (Wild Honey, Burn Antares) and Renee del…

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Interview: Jaydon Colvin of Outloved talks new single, video and tour

Melbourne alt-rock quartet Outloved are the underdogs of the local punk scene and ready for their big break. Their latest offering “Never Enough” is the band’s second single of the year, following previous banger “Still Lonely” and 2021’s only release “It’s All Hate”. We caught up with frontman Jaydon Colvin to discuss the single and…

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Air Transat Review: Flying Canada’s third largest airline from Toronto to Montreal

While most commonly used for Canadians looking to travel abroad, Air Transat do have a number of domestic services in a network dominated by the country’s two biggest airlines – Air Canada and Westjet. One route that just about all these airlines share is the quick hop from Toronto (either Billy Bishop or Pearson) to…

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