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Book Review: Zoë Foster Blake’s Love! gives us a fresh and modern perspective on matters of the heart

March 25, 2019

Relationship advisor Zoë Foster Blake takes us on an enthusiastic journey through matters of the heart and offers a fresh perspective in her new reference guide: Love! The book offers hints, solutions and ideas on how to deal with many of the issues us women experience when dating, whilst also giving some insight into why we […]

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No trip to Las Vegas is complete without a little bit of Love

January 18, 2018

In June 2017, one of the most influential and celebrated albums of all time – The Beatles‘ Sgt. Peppers Lonely Heart Club Band – celebrated its 50th Birthday in the USA. As a self-confessed Beatles obsessive, I took to the skies and headed to the permanent Cirque du Soleil production in Las Vegas, Love, which […]

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Why Cirque du Soleil’s Love in Las Vegas remains one of the best stage shows on the planet

August 9, 2017

On June 1st, one of the most influential and celebrated albums of all time – The Beatles‘ Sgt. Peppers Lonely Heart Club Band – celebrated its 50th Birthday in the USA. As a self-confessed Beatles obsessive, I took to the skies and headed to the permanent Cirque du Soleil production in Las Vegas, Love, which […]

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Review: Netflix’s second season of LOVE rarely delivers a dull moment in its earnest adventure through modern romance

March 7, 2017

The first season of Judd Apatow‘s LOVE wasn’t the most hyped series of Netflix’s roster, but regardless it proved a refreshing take on what a romantic comedy series could be. For the most part, it leaned away from the tropes and kept the focus not on this idealised way we expect romance to be, but […]

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The second season of Netflix’s Love gets its first trailer

February 15, 2017

The popular Netflix series Love is returning for a second season on March 10th and the digital network just released the first trailer for the new series to get us all excited (and on Valentine’s Day no less!). As in the first season, Love follows nice guy Gus (Paul Rust) and brazen wild-child Mickey (Gillian […]

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TV Review: Love : The Complete First Season (USA, 2016)

February 23, 2016

Created and written by comedic auteur Judd Apatow, Love  approaches things from a different place to Netflix’s other efforts. As I said in my impressions piece, Love is best described as a slightly more-grounded You’re The Worst.  It’s not interested in the melodramatic highs of modern relationships – but the long awkward and often-mundane moments between them. It’s a show […]

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Our first impressions of Netflix and Judd Apatow’s new romantic comedy Love

February 21, 2016

Created and written by comedic auteur Judd Apatow, Love is the latest comedy to join Netflix’s increasingly-impressive lineup. While we’re only a few episodes in, it’s already very clear Love is approaching things from a different place to Netflix’s other efforts. It’s less of a traditional sitcom than Grace & Frankie, it lacks the drama of Orange is […]

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Netflix Announces 2016 TV Lineup

January 21, 2016

Streaming giant Netflix has unleashed a barrage of details on what to expect from it in 2016, outlining some of the new and returning series the service will make available over the next nine months. February will see the release of Judd Apatow’s contemporary romantic comedy LOVE on the 19th and the rebooted sitcom Fuller House on the […]

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Win a copy of Gaspar Noe’s film LOVE on DVD

November 30, 2015

Gaspar Noé has proven himself an imaginative auteur, highly capable of and fiercely loyal to surreal, experimental cinema. He shocked with the unforgettable Irreversible and warped minds with the visually satisfying Enter the Void  – but now he seeks to add a more tender, sentimental (and NSFW) touch with Love. The 2015 French drama is […]

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Sydney Underground Film Festival Review: Love (France/Belgium, 2015)

September 20, 2015

Gaspar Noé has proven himself an imaginative auteur, highly capable of and fiercely loyal to surreal, experimental cinema. He shocked with the unforgettable Irreversible and warped minds with the visually satisfying Enter the Void – undoubtedly his two most famous works – but now he seeks to add a more tender, sentimental touch with Love. […]

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