ANDREW JOHNSTONE explains how a genius Japanese animator changed his life.
Film & Television
The Handmaid’s Tale is a horrible television series that everyone needs to see, writes ANDREW JOHNSTONE.
Are the best films from Hollywood’s Golden Age still relevant? ANDREW JOHNSTONE on Spencer Tracy and Orson Welles.
TV. Drug of a nation. How has it changed? Is it still a thing? Have we all got 4K screens yet? And what’s just around the bend? Looking for insight, PAT PILCHER interviews Samsung’s Adam McElroy.
ANDREW JOHNSTONE loves Paul Giamatti. Witchdoctor loves Paul Giamatti. Everyone should love Paul Giamatti. Read on to find out about his latest role…
No-one to watch Rogue One with? Maybe you need Sphero’s BB8 to keep you company, writes PAT PILCHER.
ANDREW JOHNSTONE on zombies, existential dread and The Girl With All The Gifts.
Iceland has fewer people than Wellington, but that hasn’t stopped them from making a gripping, claustrophobic police drama, writes ANDREW JOHNSTONE.
Hollywood has its evil live-action way with the all-time most popular anime, and SHELLEY SWEENEY finds it all a little hollow.
ANDREW JOHNSTONE, like so many New Zealanders, was a huge fan of John Clarke.
DHAYANA SENA has been a Power Rangers fan right from the start, but that doesn’t prevent her disappointment in its latest big screen reboot.
It’s a hard life for sci-fi fans. ANDREW JOHNSTONE perseveres anyway, hoping for Colony to take a turn for the better.