Film Review

2018 117 minutes Crime, Romance, Drama Director: Barry Jenkins ‘Every black person born in America was born on Beale Street, born in the black neighbourhood of some American city…’ In 1974, American writer James Baldwin penned If Beale Street Could Talk, a story about young love and injustice set in Harlem, New York during the nineteen-seventies. In …

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Halloween on film

As Halloween approaches like a shadowy monster, we often celebrate the night by watching scary movies. And one of the amazing things about the numerous movies perfect for binging around or on Halloween is that they’re either campy and borderline comical movies appropriate for the whole family or suspenseful films with low lighting that induce …

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Splendour Review

Arguably known as the biggest festival in Australia, Splendour in the Grass once again returned to Byron and brought with it the atmosphere of every punter’s dreams. Hosted at the Byron Bay Parklands, Splendour in the Grass (SITG) is a three day festival filled with infinite activities, a mass-range of music genres, art, showcases, experiences …

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Movie Review: Suicide Squad

ZAK JOHNSON MOVIE REVIEW: SUICIDE SQUAD 2016 123 minutes Action, superhero Director: David Ayer After the lacklustre receptions of both Man of Steel and its sequel-cum-crossover Batman vs Superman: Dawn of Justice, a lot of pressure has obviously been placed on the DC Cinematic Universe to redeem itself in the eyes of cinema-goers with Suicide Squad, …

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