Theatre review: MAMIL, Herald Theatre
Theatre review: MAMIL, Herald Theatre

MAMIL , which stands for Middle-Aged Man In Lycra, may appeal to the older SUCC - Stand-Up Comedy Crowd.

Movie review: Begin Again
Movie review: Begin Again

Anecdotal evidence seems to indicate people either love or hate English actress Keira Knightley. If there was ever a film…

Game review: Ratchet and Clank
Game review: Ratchet and Clank

The portable Vita gets another console port, and this one is louder and prouder than the rest. Ratchet and Clank are…

Album review: The Antlers, Familiars
Album review: The Antlers, Familiars

Peter Silberman, the main man behind and up-front of New York's Antlers, has been making steady and stealthy moves towards…

Entertainment Reviews

Album review: Luluc, Passerby
Album review: Luluc, Passerby

The early 70s genre "sensitive singer-songwriter" was enjoyed by similarly attuned souls or ridiculed…

Album review: Sia, 1000 Forms of Fear

Sia Furler has had an unusual path to success. The Australian 38-year-old has been writing and singing since she was a teen…

Album review: Weird Al Yankovic, Mandatory Fun

If you go down to the dole queue today, "Weird Al" Yankovic should probably be lingering about.

Movie review: Healing

Films that allow the possibility that a man might wrestle with real feelings are thin on the ground, so the flaws in this…

Colin Hogg: Sundays brought back to earth
Colin Hogg: Sundays brought back to earth

Sunday, a week ago, the nation's biggest television channel TV One seemed to suddenly remember what…

Classical review: Doric String Quartet, Auckland Town Hall

The Doric String Quartet's Town Hall concert fully deserved the crowd that Auckland mustered for Saturday's Tristan und…

Concert review: Tristan und Isolde, Auckland Town Hall

Auckland Philharmonia Orchestra's Tristan und Isolde was a staggering achievement and a triumph for music director Eckehard…

Game review: Entwined

If you're finding things a little lean on the games front right now, you're not the only one. Thanks to the traditional…

Album review: Wagons, Acid Rain and Sugar Cane

The wide sonic sweep, aggregation of poetic images and ragged-swagger of Australia's Henry Wagons - here back with a band…

Album review: Kasabian, 48:13
Album review: Kasabian, 48:13

Kasabian have always straddled a sometimes-uncomfortable fence between anthemic rock and big beat electronica…

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