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Film Review: The Jungle Book

The Jungle Book (2016)Directed by Jon Favreau The beloved children’s classic is given new life with Disney’s live action revamp. Staring Neel Sethi, and featuring the voices of Idris Elba, Ben Kingsley and Bill Murray, […]

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Film Review: Where To Invade Next

Where To Invade NextDirected by Michael Moore The next offering from notorious documentary maker Michael Moore is surprisingly different from its predecessors. Where to Invade Next is the most unbiased and accusatory we’ve seen from […]

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Imag[in]e: Alexander Degaris

Alexander Degaris makes ambiguity come alive with his unique take on sculpted art. Currently studying a Masters of Visual Arts, he has a lot to say through his dynamic work. You’ve said your work is […]

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Film Review: Rams

RamsDirected by Grímur Hákonarson Rams is a cocktail of drama, deadpan humour and true Scandinavian style. A story of feuding brothers, sheep and widespread disease, Director Grímur Hákonarson has provided the perfect set up for […]

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Murder at the Winery

The Barossa sun is blazing hot. My forehead is covered in a blanket of sweat and so is the body at my feet. It’s the winemaker—he’s dead. Red and blue lights flash rapidly in the distance, […]

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Second Chance

Shuffling into the lunchroom on his first day in Hell, Greg meets a mysterious soul, who’s been there longer than anyone. ‘Uh, hey man. I’m, uh, Greg.’ He sat down next to the stranger at […]

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Death Metal, Salad and Cher

Metal music and Scandinavia have and always will be synonymous. The northern regions which have been hardened by ice, stone and relentless Winters birthed a second wave of Black Metal and in the 1980’s spat […]

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Irony and Semicolons: A Lesson

When pursuing literary mastery, it is very important that one knows their grammar, spelling and punctuation. Nothing reeks of ‘wasted time’ more than a poorly crafted piece. As someone who prizes fine works of word […]

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Blending In

Milan probably isn’t the first city to come to mind when you think of Italy — who could go without visiting Rome or Venice? I’d been to Italy before to visit family and more tourist-friendly […]

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The Chase

I hike up to the church to mooch my breakfast as usual. The hunched priest is stumbling through the churchyard with a basket of fruit from his orchard. He hands me a pear with a […]