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Keen Knife Reviews

You’re a student not a chef, how many knives do you really need? BREAD KNIFE Let’s be real, you’re probably buying sliced bread as it is anyway. But those beautiful serrated blades can saw through […]

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Review: On The Record

UniSA’s Performing Arts graduating class of 2017 have something truly special in store for the Adelaide Cabaret Fringe Festival this year. This inventive piece of musical theatre puts the spotlight on five seminal musicians (now […]

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Film Review: Rams

Rams Directed 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 […]

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Film Review: The Witch

The Witch Directed by Robert Eggers Prepare to be frightened beyond gory slasher scenes and heart-pounding jump scares—The Witch will give you chills right through your bones. It’s a fear you can’t shake no matter […]

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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 […]