All posts tagged "review"
REVIEW | ANNIE’S FARMHOUSE KITCHEN
Annie Smithers brings a year of seasonal French farmhouse-inspired menus to this beautiful book illustrated by Robin Cowcher.
THEATRE REVIEW | COURAGE TO KILL
Niclas Salomonsson, a famous Swedish crime writer, once said that Nordic Noir is “realistic, simple and precise... and...
B MOVIES: LIVE | FRANKENSTEIN MEETS THE SPACE MONSTER
The 1960s: a time where the world was becoming increasingly suspicious. Rumours of Area 51 circulated around the...
FILM REVIEW | THE ASSASSIN
I adore Eastern Cinema. Japanese horror, Korean action, Wuxia, Magical Realism, I love them all. OK, I’m not...
FRINGE REVIEW | THE MINISTRY
Arguably one of the most influential novels of the twentieth century, 1984 is George Orwell’s dystopian nightmare, a...
FRINGE REVIEW | THE INTELLIGENT DESIGN OF JENNY CHOW
'The intelligent design of Jenny Chow' is actually intelligent in its design. It has moments of hilarity, dramatic...
FRINGE REVIEW | A FUNNY THING HAPPENED ON THE WAY TO CHEMO
This performance at Melbourne’s Fringe Festival showcased the life and times of Luke Ryan, who endured two cancer...
RETRO REVIEW | THE THING (1982)
Brett Hutton puts the case for John Carpenter's The Thing (1982) as a remake worthy of watching.
NORTHSIDE FILMS| SELMA
Selma follows Martin Luther King and his most trusted followers as they take their movement to the town...
BOOK REVIEW: TREE PALACE
In Tree Palace, it’s Moira who rips the bikkies open with a sense of extravagance. She is the...