September 30, 2018

Film Review: McQueen

McQueen follows the rise and tragic fall of one of the most innovative and controversial fashion designers of recent times, tracking his most stunning and memorable fashion […]
September 30, 2018

Film Review: Rainbow Time

  Rainbow Time is a fun, lighthearted comedy about the trials and tribulations of being a brother to the irrepressible Shonzi. A young man with a […]
September 30, 2018

Television Review: American Vandal

Every sequel has a lot to live up to especially if you’re following up on one of Netflix’s best offerings that is American Vandal. The first […]
September 30, 2018

Theatre Review: Retail Therapy

Retail Therapy is the brainchild (and first play) of writer Grace-Amelia Vernal and is on at The Basement Theatre as part of Auckland’s Theatre Month. Set […]
September 30, 2018

Live Music Review: October

  With support from Maxwell Young, local Auckland artist October headlined her first live performance for 2018 with all the pop/synth goodies from her debut album […]
September 30, 2018

Live Music Review: Cher – Here We Go Again Tour

Going into this review, let me be upfront. I paid $800 for the privilege to see Cher from Row 2, so naturally I am going to […]
September 30, 2018

Film Review: BlacKkKlansman

Directed by the venerable Spike Lee, BlacKkKlansman follows the true story of the first black police officer in Colorado Springs, Ron Stallworth, as he tries to […]
September 30, 2018

Film Review: Crazy Rich Asians

“BOK BOK BITCH” The 2018 American romance comedy film directed by Jon Chu is not your typical Cinderella movie. It depicts a difficult love story between […]
September 30, 2018

Theatre Review: Orientation

At its surface, Orientation is a play about a journey to find love. But it is also about so much more than that, tackling issues of […]
September 10, 2018

Theatre Review: Orientation

At its surface, Orientationis a play about a journey to find love. But it is also about so much more than that, tackling issues of race, ethnicity, […]
September 10, 2018

Music Review: Negro Swan by Blood Orange

Dev Hynes’ fourth album as Blood Orange, Negro Swan, is a complex meditation through black depression, black existence and the ongoing anxieties of queer people of […]
September 10, 2018

Music Review: Queen by Nicki Minaj

It would be an understatement to say that 2018 has been a tough year for Nicki Minaj.The threatening rise of Cardi B in her previously single […]
September 10, 2018

Music Review: Daydreamer by Maxwell Young

Daydreamer is the debut project of 18 year old Wellington based teenager Maxwell Young. Rising to internet prominence within the digital hip hop beat making community, […]
September 10, 2018

Theatre Review: Mrs. Krishnan’s Party

Mrs. Krishnan’s Party picks up 20 years on from Indian Ink’s very first (and perhaps most well recognised) production Krishnan’s Dairy, continuing a masterful legacy of […]
September 10, 2018

Book Review: The Hate U Give

If you haven’t already read The Hate U Give by Angie Thomas, and want to be one of those people who reads the book before seeing […]