Category: Reviews

A comfort zone success

Review: The Institute by Stephen King Reading a Stephen King book is like taking a gamble with a pair of loaded dice – you’re probably in for a good time, but things...

‘Yesterday’ is the entertaining original film 2019 needed

Review: YesterdayStarring: Himesh Patel, Lily James, Ed Sheeran, Kate McKinnon Even if you were not born before or during the height of The Beatles era, it is hard to...

A book smart debut

Review: Booksmart (MA15+) Kaitlyn Dever, Lisa Kudrow, Jason Sudeikis, Will Forte A fresh take on the end of high school one-night adventure, Booksmart, is witty and...

No easy getaways

Review: El Camino: A Breaking Bad Movie Starring Aaron Paul Directed by Vince Gilligan After the final episode of Breaking Bad finished Walter White’s story so...

Crossing the Divide to Speak Truth to Power

Konqistador is a project that was born in Melbourne by two Canadians who now reside in Detroit, Michigan. They later picked up English-born and Sydney-based producer...

Through a picture, darkly

Review: The Dark Pictures Anthology: Man of Medan Supermassive Games had a fascinating debut back in 2015 with the unforgettable Until Dawn. Taking the branching...

Love Anyway: A film to heal what’s tearing us apart

Mending hearts in the middle of war. Turning enemies into friends. Discovering how we can heal what’s tearing us apart. While watching this short film, you’ll have...

Is Christianity Rational?

Irrationality, Justin E H Smith, Princeton. Stop Being Reasonable, Eleanor Gordon-Smith, Newsouth. Is Christianity rational? Reasonable? There is a tradition of natural...

Pixar recaptures the magic with Toy Story 4

Review: Toy Story 4(G) Tom Hanks, Tim Allen, Annie Potts, Maddie McGraw, Keanu Reeves, Jordan Peele The world was introduced to Sheriff Woody (Tom Hanks) and...

How Powerful is The Family?

Review: The Family There is an uneasiness about the Netflix doco-series The Family and it’s not just the Illumanti-esque tinge this organisation carries but how after...