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Review – Men in Black: International

In a time of cinema reboots and remarks, a spin-off of the 1997 science fiction action comedy smash was inevitable. It’s difficult not to...

13 not-so-spooky films to get you Halloween ready

Zombies, ghosts and ghouls - I’m afraid of them all. I was that kid who insisted on sleeping with the light on at sleepovers...

THE GG PODCAST ep. 1 – Microtransactions, Loot Box Mechanics, and...

This is the first episode in The GG Podcast, brought to you by Ilman Ariffin, Jason Ngagianto, and James Bosco. The GG Podcast talks...

Meet Chi Nguyen, the local actor in web series ‘Phi and...

After the success of the web drama Phi and me released on June 16, 2019, Chi Nguyen - a Vietnamese actor currently living and...

Rocketman: “It’s a little bit funny”

Films such as Bohemian Rhapsody and Straight Outta Compton have seen a new age of music biopic adaptations come to the big screen. The...

Sylvia – the Australian Ballet’s best yet

The Australian Ballet has delivered a performance like never before, focusing on strength as a theme in their new co-production, Sylvia. Together with stunning costumes,...

Mindhunter Season 2 Review

After a lengthy two years, Netflix’s Mindhunter season two finally premiered on 16 August 2019 and it was definitely worth the wait. The first...

Review – Once Upon a Time in Hollywood

If I turned Once Upon a Time in Hollywood into a drinking game full of Quentin Tarantino's movie tropes, I would have passed out...

The new Matrix in the making

  The news that work is about to begin on a new, stand-alone Matrix film has left long-time fans both fascinated and sceptical. Announced last Tuesday...

These games should not have a Refused Classification rating in Australia.

The Australian government and the wider video game industry have had a tumultuous relationship. Throughout the years plenty of games have caught the Oz...