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    Game Review: Assassin’s Creed Valhalla

    ‘Assassin’s Creed Valhalla’ is a game that is more grounded and immersive than 2018’s ‘Assassin’s Creed Odyssey’, however in making these changes, the game also sacrifices some of the best elements that made the last entry so enjoyable. For starters,…

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    Film Review: Never Rarely Sometimes Always

    I’m so glad I saw this. Never Rarely Sometimes Always is the perfect encapsulation of actions speaking way louder than words. It’s all the subtle details hidden within the many layers of this film that make it so breathtaking and grounded…

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    Album Review: Sufjan Stevens – The Ascension

    In the past, I’ve never been a huge fan of Sufjan Stevens’ folk departures, however, ‘The Ascension’ is an exception. The album is like a perfect blend of art-pop with Sufjan Stevens’ traditional folk sensibilities. The more that I think…

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    Album Review: Disclosure – Energy

    Disclosure’s third album ‘Energy’ has been hot on my radar ever since it was announced at the start of the year. The record follows two fantastic EP’s that were released by Guy and Howard over the last couple years. These…

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    Film Review: Tenet

    ‘Tenet’ is a film I really wanted to like more, however, because of its difficult, fast paced and attention-demanding narrative I was unable to properly enjoy it. First things first, the technical work behind this film is absolutely amazing. There…

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    Album Review: Hockey Dad – Brain Candy

    ‘Brain Candy’ is a mature and really enjoyable third record from Hockey Dad. It features some killer tracks, and maintains a consistently vibrant mood throughout each of its thirteen tracks. Lyrically ‘Brain Candy’ does nothing new or that interesting. However,…

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    Game Review: Ghosts of Tsushima

    Ghosts of Tsushima is a really fun open world experience with truly breathtaking natural environments and brilliant fighting gameplay. Right from the beginning, the game begs for you to explore its vibrant and dense open world. There are so many…

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    Film Review: Babyteeth

    ‘Babyteeth’ is an emotional journey that is unsettling and deeply moving. Firstly, the films camerawork feels claustrophobic. It closes in on its lead characters with intense close ups shots. This technique coupled with the films regular use of hand-held camerawork perfectly…

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    Film Review: La Belle Époque

    What a marvellous and vibrant film! This was the first film I’ve seen at Sydney’s French Film Festival and what a way to start. The craftsmanship behind this whole film is amazing! Superb acting all round and an outstanding direction…

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    Album Review: Blu & Exile – Miles

    I have mixed feelings overall about ‘Miles’. The album features some absolutely excellent tracks with great flows and killer production. However, it also drags a lot in its hour and a half runtime. For every song that’s really good, there’s…