Film Review: Game Night (USA, 2018) is an unruly bout of fun

Whether it’s an old-fashioned detective story (Murder on the Orient Express), a children’s adventure (Young Sherlock Holmes), a romantic farce (Blind Detective) or a flat-out comedy (Clue), the murder mystery is the type of genre staple that can result in lots of fun, particularly if it involves audience participation. If 2018’s latest comedy Game Night can live up to those examples, we’ll be in for a treat.... Continue Reading

Interview: Dichen Lachman talks Altered Carbon, its badass women, deep themes and diversity onscreen

Netflix has been leading the charge with many new tv series and films rolling off its production line and onto its streaming service for audiences. One of its most ambitious and expensive efforts Altered Carbon has been receiving rave reviews since its release on 2nd February.... Continue Reading

Not to be outdone by Nintendo, Sonic the Hedgehog is getting his own movie too

Earlier this month we saw the rather surprising news that Nintendo was finally allowing their mascot Mario to make the trip back to the big screen for the first time since the disastrous 1992 Super Mario Bros. film. Not to be outdone, Sega have reminded everyone that their own 16-bit-era mascot Sonic the Hedgehog is also getting a movie of his own. Continue reading Not to be outdone by Nintendo, Sonic the Hedgehog is getting his own movie too

Tech Review: Asus Zenbook Flip 14 UX461: Pretty on the inside

“In search of incredible,” reads Asus’ current company tagline. Incredible isn’t really the word one reaches for when pulling the Asus Zenbook Flip 14 from its box — its the same brushed metal shell Asus have come to favour among the laptops that make up their professional kit. Where the Flip 14 really excels is in what it has under the hood. Its rather bland exterior belies a machine I’ve rather fallen in love with. Continue reading Tech Review: Asus Zenbook Flip 14 UX461: Pretty on the inside

Gfinity’s Australia Elite Series to pit Sydney against vastly superior Melbourne once again

Gfinity Esports Australia have announced the first two clubs to join their Gfinity Elite Series Australia City league. The newly minted Sydney Chiefs and Melbourne Avant will move the long-running argument over which of Australia’s two largest cities reigns supreme into the esports arena. It’s Melbourne though. Everything’s better here. Obviously. Continue reading Gfinity’s Australia Elite Series to pit Sydney against vastly superior Melbourne once again

Win a double pass to see The Right Stuff at In The House in Sydney

America was looking for a hero who had what it took to become a legend. America found seven of them. Those that had just one thing in common… THE RIGHT STUFF. Don’t miss your rare opportunity to see how the future began on the big screen, when the next installment of In The House – Cult Film Classics lands at the Event Cinemas on George Street in Sydney, March 2nd at 7pm.... Continue Reading

Games Preview: Ni No Kuni II: Revenant Kingdom: Cute as a Button and Twice as Shiny

It’s not often that a game leaves me open mouthed in awe at its beauty — games like Horizon Zero Dawn and The Witcher III have elicited a smaller, less impressive inhale, but Ni No Kuni II: Revenant Kingdom absolutely took my breath away. The anime style of the game is simply phenomenal, and travelling through the casino-based world of Goldpaw was a brilliant experience. Continue reading Games Preview: Ni No Kuni II: Revenant Kingdom: Cute as a Button and Twice as Shiny

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