Day: 8 November 2022

Clio Renner

Exclusive Single Premiere: Clio Renner “All Clear” (2022)

Melbourne’s Clio Renner is back with “All Clear”, her first release since her 2020 debut album, Nothing Breaks, Nothing Mends. “All Clear” shines a light on the behaviours of the privileged few. We’re thrilled to have the first listen of this entrancing song ahead of its release on Friday. Clio describes the song as “a…

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Can you visit Universal Studios Hollywood and Disneyland California in the same day?

Earlier this year, I was lucky enough to have a day off in Los Angeles. It had been more than two years since I’d last been there – pandemic and all – and I had a lot of time to make up for. So, being the theme park enthusiast I am, I tried to (for…

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Click Frenzy 2022 – Apple and Samsung discounts to expect from Phonebot this week

2022 has been an exciting year for smartphones. Flagships have become flashier and more powerful, and their pricing has been confusing. If you’re like everyone else waiting for the mega sales, you must not miss Phonebot’s Click Frenzy 2022. It’s no secret that Samsung and iPhone devices are the top choices for bargain hunters and…

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Prime Video offering $40K for brand new Prime Video Buff role

Just when you thought remote working was good, along comes remote-control working. Prime Video Australia today announced a nationwide search for a content junkie to fill a brand-new role—the Prime Video Buff. Prime Video is on the hunt for someone who lives and breathes entertainment to be employed in a full-time role** over summer and get…

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Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 Review: A Safe, Yet Solid Approach

If the Call of Duty franchise has taught us anything over the past few entries and iterations, it’s to expect a certain formula for both campaign and multiplayer experiences, that now feel pretty much set in stone. Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 is in no way a victim of this formula; in fact, it…

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Film Review: On The Line; Mel Gibson’s on-air thriller is more insulting than it is intelligent

There was a point in Romuald Boulanger‘s On The Line where a character utters the line “Elvis has left the building”, here referring to Mel Gibson‘s character Elvis Cooney, a late-night shock jock who has seemingly made a name for himself due to his on-air pranks and general volatile personality.  The line clearly wants to…

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