arts spotlight.

September 28, 2020

Remembrance: What We Were, and What We Could Be

Lachlan Mitchell has searched far and wide for the sauciest erotic fan fiction. Read on to find some of the best (and worst) examples he could […]
September 28, 2020

The Best of LGBT Media

The Craccum team have pulled together some of the best LGBT-focused and/or friendly material from their respective vaults. Next time you’re bored, consider one of these. […]
September 1, 2020

Looking Back on the Exuberant Fashion of Fight Club

Anthony Salus appraises the fashion within the Fight Club realm, and how it elevates our interpretations of the main characters in the story. Fight Club. Some […]
September 1, 2020

Frightening McQueen: An Exposé on the Absurdities of the Cars Universe

Oscar Zambuto shows that in the realm of Cars, terror is a highway, and eldritch abominations ride it all night long. At the time of writing, […]
August 24, 2020

What Beautifully Cringe ‘00s Fashion Icon Are You?

Those whose adolescence covered the early ‘00s are fiercely protective of their nostalgia in a way that is rivalled only by the boomers, with their recollections […]
August 24, 2020

United We Video, Divided We Fall

Thomas Giblin revisits the brick-and-mortar video stores, those that stood tall before they were carpet bombed by streaming services the world over. The world is ripe […]
August 17, 2020

Ilena! Ilena! Ilena!

Gabbie De Baron scores an interview with one of Auckland’s best up-and-coming artists, and a student of UOA to boot, the mononymous Ilena. Ugh, Ilena! When […]
August 17, 2020

The Philosophy of The Good Place

Sanjana Khusal fantastically digs into the core of what really drives The Good Place, both in-universe and out of it. Chidi Anagonye spends the entirety of […]
August 10, 2020

Mamie van Doren, or, The Last Bombshell

Lachlan Mitchell goes on and on about yet another old white woman, but promises it is interesting this time. I don’t care for using Twitter much […]