Author: Hayley Anderson

Netflix Review: Nailed It! Season Two is the perfect recipe to bake up a storm

July 3, 2018

Netflix’s original series Nailed It! has returned with another batch of six episodes and it’s as hilarious as the first serving.... Continue Reading

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Has a Cinco de Cuatro remix fixed Arrested Development’s fourth season?

May 8, 2018

The Bluth family are back on our screens… sort of.... Continue Reading

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Margot Robbie to co-produce female led reimagining of Shakespeare’s works

March 26, 2018

Oscar nominated actress Margot Robbie will serve as an executive producer on a new, innovative Australian 10-part series retelling Shakespeare’s famous works in female perspectives.... Continue Reading

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First Impressions: Netflix’s A Series of Unfortunate Events) Season Two (USA, 2018) is Wonderfully Inventive and Surprisingly Intense

March 23, 2018

Lemony Snicket’s A Series of Unfortunate Events is finally back, successfully building on its premise by deepening its established gloominess and quirky antics with surprising maturity.... Continue Reading

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Planet Earth II to tour Australia with a live symphony orchestra and Eric Bana

March 1, 2018

Sir David Attenborough’s acclaimed BBC Earth series Planet Earth II is coming to Australia with live concert performances scheduled in Perth, Melbourne, Brisbane and Sydney from 27 April to 4 May.... Continue Reading

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Distant Sky, the new Nick Cave concert film, will hit Australian cinema screens in April

February 27, 2018

Directed by award winning filmmaker David Barnard, and filmed in Copenhagen, the new concert film about Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds, Distant Sky, is set to hit 500 screens around the world – including here in Australia – on 12th April. The concert was filmed as part of the band’s 2017 world tour, at Copenhagen’s Royal Arena in October.... Continue Reading

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The Road to Thor: A Beginner’s Guide to New Zealand Director Taika Waititi

February 8, 2018

Under Taika Waititi’s imaginative direction and influence, Thor: Ragnarok single-handedly innovated Marvel’s Thor franchise forever. Waititi’s refreshing exploration with the established Thor-lore while expanding Thor: Ragnarok’s artistic palette by mixing New Zealand humour, unique scene-stealing characters and eye-catching visuals earned him acclaim from critics and fans alike.... Continue Reading

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The second season of Dirk Gently’s Holistic Detective Agency is brilliantly bizarre television

January 12, 2018

Already brimming with time travel and eccentric characters, Dirk Gently’s Holistic Detective Agency had a particular type of strangeness to maintain when going into the second season.... Continue Reading

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The Disaster Artist: Three things you have to know if you’ve never seen The Room

November 27, 2017

A disaster in its own right, Tommy Wiseau’s The Room is a cinematic masterpiece of the worst (and best) kind.... Continue Reading

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First Impressions: Netflix’s Godless (USA, 2017) stands out with female gunslingers shining in a man’s world

November 25, 2017

Netflix always has a new television series lined up for our binge needs and Netflix’s Original Western Drama Godless will entice Western fans and newcomers alike.... Continue Reading

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