Austrian writer-director Michael Haneke’s Amour has a very late release here. When it arrives however, it does so with quite a reputation after winning the Palme d’Or at Cannes last year and having built as strong an Oscar campaign as a foreign film ever has. The plot to Amour is brutally and deceptively simple –…
Community. The word always used to trigger a vaguely nauseated feeling in me. Having grown up on an insular peninsula north of the bridge, this suburban c-bomb of a word only brought to mind the parochial pride of over functioning P&C parents, or holier-than-thou Sunday mass attendees. That was, of course, until I found community…
Sam Murray is getting a bit frat
Nathan Olivieri explores the validity of our hasty online relationships
A review, in the form of a revue
Can indie supergroup New Gods reverse Manning’s flailing fortunes?
Walter Salles’ adaptation of the Beat Generation classic didn’t outshine the book…even if this reviewer hasn’t read it.
Luke Dassaklis ducks for cover.
Cale Hubble is a triple threat: sitter, watcher, reviewer.
Horni Soit re-thai-ers for another year, in style.