Author: John Ferguson

Review: Composure by Maala

Evan Sinton has come a long way since coming third as a 17-year-old on the 2012 TV show New Zealand’s Got Talent. Adopting the moniker Maala and swapping acoustic balladry for sleek electro-pop, the young Kiwi is now poised to...

Dad’s Army has the X Factor

The big screen reboot of the beloved British sitcom Dad’s Army was inadvertently inspired by Simon Cowell. The new film version, which is now available for pre-order at JB Hi-Fi, is a remake of the classic BBC comedy series,...

Review: 7 Days to Die

You’ve played The Culling and H1Z1, now it’s time for another take on a survival tale, 7 Days to Die.  Fresh from its success on PC, 7DTD is making its way to PlayStation 4 and Xbox One, featuring unrivalled crafting and...

View to a thrill – 360fly review

The fear of missing out is now a thing of the past with the 360fly. It’s an astonishing world that we live in, where technology can converge with science fiction. In 1968, Stanley Kubrick foreshadowed the invention of the iPad...

Review: The Danish Girl

Release Date: 09 June 2016 Format:  DVD Blu-ray Starring: Alicia Vikander, Eddie Redmayne, Amber Heard Portrait of a lady. Coming so soon after his Oscar-winning turn as Stephen Hawking in The Theory of Everything, the odds were...

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