Set to hit our screens later this month, the debut trailer for Grace and Frankie‘s highly anticipated third season has been released by Netflix.... Continue Reading
Development is underway between the ABC and December Media on a Doctor Blake Mysteries telemovie, that will serve as a finale and mark the end of the series.... Continue Reading
Lets face it. While Telltale’s three-part Michonne series was an enjoyable enough romp, it could be argued that it’s existence served as a means to placate gamers until the main event rolled along. Because for all of Telltale’s impressive takes on pop culture’s most iconic franchises (Game of Thrones, Minecraft, Batman) their Walking Dead games are unequivocally their premier product.
Continue reading Video Game Review: The Walking Dead: A New Frontier – Ties That Bind: Part I (PS4, 2017)
Tell me. Did you ever think that Eugene could carry an entire episode? Because he just did. Josh McDermitt absolutely knocked it out of the park in what can only be described as The Walking Dead’s funniest episode to date. That is, until it wasn’t.... Continue Reading
I never played 2012’s Gravity Rush. At the time it was almost a PS Vita must have. Not only because it was one of the few stand out games on the handheld but because its main feature required you to move the console around, basically showing off the fancy features of the then, fairly new Vita. It has since been remastered for the Playstation 4 and after playing Project Siren’s ambitious sequel, my agitation may prevent me from ever doing so. Continue reading Video Games Review: Gravity Rush 2 (PS4, 2017) can’t quite grasp the concept of cohesion in gameplay or storytelling
The director of Suicide Squad and End of Watch, David Ayer has joined the ever-expanding catalogue of Netflix Originals with his new film Bright, written by Max Landis (Chronicle) and starring Will Smith, Joel Edgerton, Lucy Fry and Noomi Rapace, set to premiere on the streaming service later this year.
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As the 30th anniversary of the Australian International Documentary Conference (AIDC) approaches, a final round of speakers have been announced today for the documentary and factual screen industry event.... Continue Reading
Things are certainly in full swing now. After last weeks return that still put our main group at a severe disadvantage with those pesky Saviours, the road to war has finally tipped in favour of our heroes.... Continue Reading
Darlinghurst bar The Long Goodbye has a rabid obsession with Buffy the Vampire Slayer. Or so it would seem as they prepare to host Buffy Night on March 8.... Continue Reading
There is something to be said for The Walking Dead’s more tempered episodes. What they lack in action and spectacle, they more than make up for in character building and refining its – at times – capricious narrative. That’s how Greg Nicotero and co. elected to open their second half of season seven but perhaps as gesture of good faith or maybe a sign of the big budget set pieces we’re on the verge of seeing, closed the episode with a bang.... Continue Reading