ANDREW JOHNSTONE on zombies, existential dread and The Girl With All The Gifts.
Film & Television
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.
How low can free-to-air television go? PAT PILCHER rails about the pointlessness of yet more pretend-current affairs and poo stink commercials.
DHAYANA SENA proclaims the new, rebooted, live-action version of Disney’s Beauty And The Beast a must-see with a few minor caveats.
Here’s something different: a superhero series with wit, imagination, intelligence and style. An impressed ANDREW JOHNSTONE reviews Jessica Jones.
Are men just sex-craving dogs waiting to sniff the next woman in line? Is monogamy really a thing? ANDREW JOHNSTONE reviews a series that asks these questions, and more.
Here’s an anime that has a powerful message and a rare beauty that SHELLEY SWEENEY can’t quite resist.
The Brits have done it again with a strong female lead in a superior police drama. ANDREW JOHNSTONE is impressed.