Film Review: Steve Jobs

Steve Jobs Directed by Danny Boyle Michael Fassbender is the star of Steve Jobs even though he looks nothing like him. As the film unfolds though it becomes increasingly clear that director Danny Boyle and screenwriter Aaron […]


Film Review: Trumbo

Trumbo Directed by Jay Roach Eye-opening and gripping, Trumbo makes its mark as a drama set in the anti-communist panic of late 1940s America. Dalton Trumbo, played by the ever-chameleonic Bryan Cranston, is a Hollywood […]


Album Reviews

Asleep In The Machine Bootleg Rascal Sydney four-piece Bootleg Rascal are real Hottest 100 contenders with their debut album Asleep In The Machine. Dabbling in dub, reggae, roots and hip-hop, it’s hard to categorize them […]

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Ashes Series 2015

The third Ashes series in two years takes place in England in middle of this year. Millions around Australia will stay up into the wee hours of the morning and get to work, university or […]

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End of Semester Blues

Failing my first assignment was a difficult experience for me. I’d gone through high school getting good grades and throughout university, up until that assignment, I’d been getting Ds and HDs. There were times that […]