Category: Review

Review: Watson Go to Hell!

Fear and fun. Fun and fear. Two simple emotions that are very effectively played upon by Watson’s show Go To Hell. Although not what...

Review: Death Squared

Moving a block around to solve puzzles doesn’t seem particularly exciting. In fact, it seems positively quaint, considering the dizzying array of games out...

Review: Greg Fleet’s We Are Idiots

Greg Fleet – a rough and raw comedian whose style is somewhere between drunken ramblings, English actor, and “Aussie bloke” – sure knowns how to...

Review: Ghost in the Shell

I suppose the first thing to say here is that I actually haven’t seen 1995’s Ghost in the Shell. I do make an effort...

Review: 3 Little Gigs

3 Little Gigs is exactly how it sounds. Three new stand-up comedians banded together to create one little show with three acts. The audience...

Review: Personal Shopper

Well, Personal Shopper is certainly a weird movie. The film is the second collaboration between Kristen Stewart and writer/director Olivier Assayas, and I should...

Review: Power Rangers

The new Power Rangers film features very little morphin’ and is not exactly mighty. I should mention that the “original” (virtually all of the action...

Review: Trainspotting Live

As an adaptation of a novel perhaps better known as a film, Trainspotting Live occupies a strange transmedia space. Its brutal, dissonant tones are kept...