Has your Disney dust turned out to be a sizzle without a sausage? DR RICHARD VAREY examines the hi-fi world’s propensity for glitz and beauty.
Michael Keaton plays a bad guy well in this true-to-life story of how the McDonald’s fast food franchise was built, writes ANDREW JOHNSTONE.
Forget those monomaniacal one-genre grinders, here’s something that basks in a multi-hued excitation of genres. GARY STEEL is kind of smitten with Sinkane.
ANDREW JOHNSTON’S grandfathers were chalk and cheese, but they both shared the same passion: growing their own veg.
Huawei lobs a winning move in the war of the smartphone worlds, reckons PAT PILCHER, who just loves its high-end features and looks.
Vinyl is taking over, didn’t you know it? DR. RICHARD VAREY has his own theories.
ANDREW JOHNSON assesses the latest televisual film noir, and Hugh Laurie’s part in it, and as a bonus, gives us a primer on the genre, and filmic recommendations.
ANDREW JOHNSTONE wants you to go to your room, pull down the shades, and immerse yourself in the most excellent four seasons of a show that might appeal to Breaking Bad fans.
Is it a bird? Is it a plane? Is it an exploding smartphone? No, writes PAT PILCHER, it’s a book of chucklesome cartoons all about technology.
Has Oppo solved the smartphone camera digital zoom problem, and will this newcomer to the NZ market soon be a major player here? PAT PILCHER chews it all over.
With our elections looming, ANDREW JOHNSTONE whether it’s time to revisit a time when NZ boasted progressive thinking and the most equitable distribution of wealth in the world.
Fancy dipping into a medieval world, and having to fight the old-fashioned way? BEN CARMICHAEL immerses himself in the latest all action combat play.