Train to Busan – review

PLOT  Sok-woo, A father with not much time for his daughter, Soo-ahn, promises his daughter that he would take her to her mother for her birthday. Whilst on the KTX, a fast train that shall bring them from Seoul to Busan, their stress free journey soon becomes very, well, stressful. The apocalypse begins, most of […]

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It’s chill time in NZ

I learnt something interesting today from a local. That being what the word JAFA means. I’ve seen it come up and few times and just thought me not knowing was me having a ‘Matt moment.’ As it turns out JAFA stands for Just Another Fucking Aucklander.  There’s also an alternative known as JAFFA meaning Just […]

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Comics Unmasked Exhibition Review

I was standing on the platform on the underground waiting for the Jubilee Line to take me home after a long day spending my hard earned wages. Staring me in the face was an advert for the British Library’s latest exhibition ‘Comics Unmasked’. I was intrigued by the comic book style character on the poster […]

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The Reliability of Bad Directors

The likes of Michael Bay and McG may be critically reviled, but Hollywood loves “painstaking” consistency no matter the quality. It was that time where the mid-week blues could only be fixed by taking full advantage of Orange Wednesdays. On the list of films out which we were still yet to see was none other […]

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It was recently announced that Naughty Dog’s post-apocalyptic, infected focus-like zombie bashing, smash hit game The Last of Us was being adapted to be released on the big screen. To gaming fans this wasn’t a huge surprise, as part of the reason for the games’ success was due to the emotional roller-coaster the player is put through. The Last of Us is a character […]

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