Reviews

August 13, 2018

Album Review:  The Internet – Hive Mind

The Internet is back and with 4 studio albums as well as various solo releases more recently, they have matured a whole lot and you can […]
August 13, 2018

Album Review: Denzel Curry – TA13OO

Denzel Curry follows up on 2016’s Imperial and last year’s teaser EP 13 with what may be one of hip-hop’s best records this year, TA13OO. The […]
August 12, 2018

TV Review: Wellington Paranormal

I can only assume that TVNZ’s hotly anticipated new police-based reality television show Wellington Paranormal is massively popular, because I personally really like it. The show […]
August 12, 2018

Theatre Review:  HIR

HIR, pronounced “here” meaning neither he or she, nor him or her, explores an American household where gender and gender roles have been turned upside down. […]
August 12, 2018

Theatre Review: Near Death Experience

TW:  The play is about depression and the fallout of a young woman’s attempted suicide and this review also discusses these topics This shit was intense. […]
August 12, 2018

Theatre review: Burn Her

Burn Her is an absolutely explosive political thriller and I loved every single minute of it. The latest work by Playwright Sam Brooks represents a departure […]
August 12, 2018

Film review: Mission Impossible – Fallout

If nothing else, the latest Mission:  Impossible movie proves that Tom Cruise is unquestionably still a movie star. Now closer to 70 than 40, he’s still […]
August 12, 2018

Film review: Climax

The objectionable cinematic provocateur Gaspar Noe has once again thrust his creative vision into the festival scene with Climax. His latest project centres on a group […]
August 5, 2018

Theatre Review: Sightings

Nora, Riki and Chili have been friends since childhood, and they stick together through thick and thin. Taken from the actors’ real-life experiences, Sightings draws you […]
August 5, 2018

Album Review: Ordinary Corrupt Human Love – Deafheaven

Blackgaze titans Deafheaven return with their fourth record Ordinary Corrupt Human Love which sees them incorporating more of their post-rock and dream pop influences, tapping into […]
August 5, 2018

Film Review: Mamma Mia! Here We Go Again

Just so you know what you’re in for, my sister called this “the best movie” she’s “ever seen”. Mamma Mia! Here We Go Again is the […]
August 5, 2018

Exhibition Review: Daily Exposure at Window Galley

Daily Exposure features art by Kimmi Rindel & Vanessa Crofskey Daily Exposure is a fully functional Light Therapy station, set up within the confines of the Window […]
August 5, 2018

Exhibition Review: Unbecoming at George Fraser Gallery

Unbecoming features art by Liv Stewart, Albertine Lello, Indigo Poppelwell and Caitlin Watters. The four works at the heart of Unbecoming are all occupied with the artificial […]
August 5, 2018

Film Review: Burning

A fire needs three things to burn: fuel, oxygen, and heat. All three are ever present, and Burning is interested more in the lead-up to the […]
August 5, 2018

Film Review: The Cleaners

Social media’s capacity for enabling harm becomes alarmingly crystallized in Moritz Riesewieck and Hans Block’s documentary on the labour of outsourced content moderation in the Philippines. […]