La La Land Review

By Grigory Graborenko -

Review by Adrian Taylor It’s difficult to pinpoint if La La Land is a sign of a new spring or an elegy for the art of the musical. It’s critical and box office success, however, at least mean the option to make these types of films is not extinguished...

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The West enshrines Tarantino – The H8ful Eight

By A.C. Taylor

  Quentin Tarantino has been round long enough that the tide of time and cinema has enveloped him. He started out (and continues) as...

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Bangladesh, You Little Battler: Mark Swivel’s “How Deep Is Your Love?”

By Soheil Ahmed

Mark Swivel’s “How Deep is Your Love?” is essentially a travel slide show, organized around his recent experiences in Bangladesh. Mark’s title, from the Bee...

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Spectre Review: A big steaming pile of meh

By Grigory Graborenko

There are plenty of decent bond films. There’s something charming about the goofy absurdity of the older flicks. Even when Austin Powers satirized the...

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Bridge of Spies Review

By A.C. Taylor

There have been articles recently hinting that even the great Steven Spielberg faces struggles to finance his own films. Given his latest “Bridge of...

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PAX 2015 Review

By Grigory Graborenko

Penny Arcade Expo (PAX) has just finished its third year in Melbourne, and is proving to be a successful experiment for the two founders,...

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Video games as art: A review of The Beginner’s Guide

By Blair Wigley

Video games are increasingly testing traditional boundaries and venturing towards becoming complex and interesting pieces of modern art.

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Red Planet Resourcefulness 101

By A.C. Taylor

There is an enormous amount of buzz around Ridley Scott’s new film The Martian that doesn’t feel completely justified when you sit through it....

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