Tag Archive: review

Review: Patti Cake$ at Sydney Film Festival

Addy Fong saw Patti Cake$ at Sydney Film Festival and reviewed it as if it could be performed as a rap, inspired by the film itself.

Review: Madame at Sydney Film Festival

We were at the World Premiere of Madame, at Sydney Film Festival. Here’s Addy Fong’s review and pictures from the night.

Review: The Untamed at Sydney Film Festival

Amat Escalante’s The Untamed does not hold back in its portrayal of sex as something that evokes both fear and curiosity.

Film Review: 20th Century Women

20th Century Women explores the nature of what it means to grow up amongst cultural change, where conflicting ideologies surface.

The Great Escape 2017: Day Three

Brighton’s Great Escape festival drew to a conclusion with another excellent day, including two standout sets from young British acts.

The Great Escape 2017: Day Two

Having survived day one of Brighton’s Great Escape, we hit the town once again to see what the second day had in store for us.

Album review: Erasure – World Be Gone

World be Gone, the new Erasure album is an interesting addition to their extensive catalogue. Here’s the lowdown on it.

Album review: Max Gowan – Far Corners

It’s on Far Corners that Max Gowan ruminates upon space from the past, and finds his most promising future yet.

Album review: Gorillaz – Humanz

After six long years, last Friday saw the release of Humanz, the fifth studio album from virtual British act, Gorillaz.

Review: David O’Doherty live in Sydney

David O’Doherty returned to Sydney Comedy Festival last week. We sent Samantha Dickson along to check out his show.

Review: Berlin Syndrome is a survival story

Berlin Syndrome tells of the complex relationship that emerges between an Australian photographer and charismatic Berlin local.

Film Review: Loving deals with what matters

Written and directed by Jeff Nichols, Loving tells the story of an an interracial couple in the 1960s and their mistreatment.