Category: Review

Review: Summerfolk

A poignant play for such a troubled era. Summerfolk, written by Maxim Gorky (as a tribute to Anton Chekov) and performed by Burning House...

Review: Sixteen Legs

Neil Gaiman always seems to be involved in projects that are both weird and wonderful. Creepy and enigmatic. And this time, a bit kinky...

Review: Loot Rascals

I’ve never played a game quite like Loot Rascals. From the opening scenes in which you mysteriously crash land onto a moon, to the quest...

Review: Loving

It’s very irritating that here, in Australia, we get this kind of film so long after everybody else. There’s a trade-off in the fact...

Review: Logan

From its very first scene, we know that Logan is nothing like its predecessors. The first word in the film is “fuck” as Logan...

Review: Saga

Saga is the graphic novel to read for everyone. While that’s been mentioned on Popculture-y before, it’s something that bears repeating. It’s a perfect...