Scott Derrickson’s latest supernatural spook-fest made a solid connection with Zander Czerwaniw. I think there is a part deep down in most people that believes they could escape a kidnapping. Whether it’s busting out the door at the right time, breaking through a window or tricking the capto
For its 25th anniversary, Harry Gay reflects on the tug-of-war between grit and camp that led up to the Dark Knight’s most polarising cinematic outing. On 26 June 1997 – almost 25 years ago to the day – Joel Schumacher’s Batman & Robin premiered in Australia.. The film, which sta
Good 90s revivalism, bad 90s revivalism, and songs about pizza. Matthew Forbes spotlights some of the standout releases of the last few months. After a string of fantastic albums in the first three months of the year, the second quarter of 2022 has been a little less impressive. Of course, there’s
Christine Lai explains why it’s crucial that we disrupt. Over the last few years, USyd has had its share of run-ins with management. Whether it’s fights against wage theft, casualisation of jobs or abhorrent course cuts, the bottom line remains the same: management’s profit-geared in
Taking a study break to play The Sims? Katarina Butler has picked 5 uncanny covers of pop songs that you should listen out for. The Sims is one of those video game franchises that tends to be played at specific moments in one’s life. Personally, I like to boot up my copy of The Sims […]
With the unending barrage of horrendous news coming at us from all angles in 2022, it’s comforting to know that for every unfortunate or disappointing event that takes place in the music world, there’s a much more pleasing one to balance it out. Valerie may have left Sweet Trip, but Florida Geor
In the lead up to Eurovision next week, we’re heading to the Swedish Melody Festival and exploring some of the newest queer acts that are unmissable.
T. J. Osborne is gaining interest as opening up the country music scene to the gay community, and Wilson tells the story of what this means.