America is suddenly examining its deep, worrying underbelly of racism through its cinema, writes TOBY WOOLLASTON.
Detroit is a tense, gut-churning film about one night and one event in the racially-charged United States of the 1960s writes SHELLEY SWEENEY.
Toby Woollaston views a film about one of NZ’s lesser-known but more interesting figures, and emerges from the cinema with a deeper understanding.
PAT PILCHER discovers that there is now a way to get some sweet vengeance against those annoying scammers who fill his spam folder to its brim every day.
DR RICHARD VAREY reports on his long and vigorous examination of a miscellany of record cleaning devices and methodologies.
Huawei’s mid-price Nova 2i boasts many premium features but it’s a fraction of the price of the big guns, writes PAT PILCHER.
Witchdoctor’s mate over the ditch, CHARLES JAMESON, checked out last weekend’s Melbourne Hi-fi Show. Here’s what he experienced on the day.
PQ Imports has announced that they have become the sole agents for the very hot hi-fi brand MoFi.
Original Kiwi punk legends Proud Scum and many others to appear in February death knell for Auckland’s iconic Kings Arms venue. Witchdoctor readers are more known for their sophisticated high def ears than their punk credentials, but some of us know when to leave our ‘hi-fi’ at the door for […]
Gadgetry is a wonderful thing, but why are the downsides of technology so infuriating? PAT PILCHER has constructed a list of the top 12 most annoying aspects of our increasingly tech-driven world.
U2 have announced their new album for release on December 1.
Neil Finn will tour with his son Liam as well as family and friends in unusual NZ venues this summer.