ANDREW JOHNSTONE on zombies, existential dread and The Girl With All The Gifts.
Their fans will love it, but Future Islands’ fifth album sticks in GARY STEEL’s throat.
GARY STEEL is seduced by a seductive and gently adventurous album. By a drummer, no less.
GARY STEEL makes an indignant stand against a record that sounds like a C90 cassette tape that’s been thrown out of a car onto a gravel road and run over by 100 maniac lorries.
GARY STEEL recommends this album to all those lost souls who find life just too harsh and edgy.
Iceland has fewer people than Wellington, but that hasn’t stopped them from making a gripping, claustrophobic police drama, writes ANDREW JOHNSTONE.
PAT PILCHER sounds off on the merits of B&O’s new premium headphones.
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.
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.