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Tuesday 30 July, 2013

The Conjuring: Film review

  con·jure [kon-jer, kuhn-joor] con·jur·ing, noun 1. To affect or influence by or as if by invocation or spell. 2. To effect, produce, bring by or as by magic 3. To call upon or command (a devil or spirit) by invocation or spell.   I should have seen the signs. This big one was staring at me as I took my seat in the theatre filled with spooky music. But surely, they couldn’t be serious. We’ve seen this play out before. Family moves into a haunted house, before strange, [...]


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Monday 29 July, 2013

Back to the view

When Jim Morrison started out on stage, he never faced the audience, angering club owners. It was like he was leading the audience into an experience by taking himself out of the collective ego. It’s a bit of that same feeling I got when I saw this. A supercut of film shots where the protagonist’s [...]


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Friday 12 July, 2013

Pacific Rim: Film review

As I entered the recently launched PVR IMAX theatre, I kept wondering what Pacific Rim would turn out to be like. My friend, Ranjib was a nightingale singing praises of director Guillermo del Toro’s previous work including the spell-binding Pan’s Labyrinth and the awesome Hellboy movies. Sure, I thought, he has a taste for building [...]


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Monday 18 March, 2013

Once upon a time in Gotham

As a comic book reader, I’ve seen many reinterpretations of the Caped Crusader and Gotham’s rogues and heroes, but this one truly blew me away. Taking Batman far away from familiar territory, artist Giovanni Costa re-imagines him and his friends and foes in a Western spaghetti styled setting. Think Clint Eastwood’s nameless gun-slinging, justice-dealing drifter, only [...]


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Thursday 14 March, 2013

Flickering Lights, a Joseph Gordon-Levitt film

Over the past few years we’ve come to admire and love Joseph Gordon-Levitt for all his amazing work. From the awkward cancer patient in 50/50  and the brilliant tactician in Inception, to the hopeless romantic in 500 Days of Summer and the superhero-in-the-making in The Dark Knight Rises, Joe outshines in every way. No surprise [...]


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Tuesday 05 March, 2013

What’s your scene?

It’s hard to keep track of trends these days what with each scene spawning its own breed of subcultural aesthetics and attire. As the hipster and steampunk tribes battle post-rock crews, emo fans and cybergoths for dominance, your senses are the first casualties. Fortunately, Rob Dobi and his awesome site Your Scene Sucks help classify [...]


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Wednesday 20 February, 2013

Sound City – Film Review

In 2012 when Foo Fighters picked up a Grammy for Best Rock Performance, frontman Dave Grohl said, “The human element of making music is what’s most important. Singing into a microphone and learning to play an instrument and learning to do your craft, that’s the most important thing for people to do. It’s not about [...]


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Thursday 29 November, 2012

World’s first music video made using Instagram

There is something romantic about stop-motion films. Something very primal that takes film-making back to its photography roots. I think its simplicity is what find I particularly charming. After yesterday’s stop-motion feature, The Dark Knightfall, our fascination for this format was begging to be taken to another level. And that’s when we came across this. [...]


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Wednesday 28 November, 2012

The Dark Knightfall

The Dark Knight trilogy that Christopher Nolan gave us has had a profound impact on Batman fans all over the world. I am one of them, and in my fugue state, I quite possibly am constantly obsessing about Batman, gushing over its awesomeness, unable to fill this constant hunger I have for Nolan’s treatment of [...]


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Thursday 22 November, 2012

Splaterrific paintings

There is something incredible in the way a liquid splatters across a surface, that says so much about it. Even Dexter would tell you that every splatter tells a story. Chinese street artist Chen Yingjie, aka Hua Tunan’s splatters take this to the level of a completely new art form. Living in the coastal city [...]