Aisha Trambas20 February 2016
Cult reviews, adapted for 2016.
You switch on the TV. White, White and more White. It’s as though Australian TV is awash with White faces.
It would be nice to look out at our oceans and know that those glassy blue seas were not the sites of crimes, behind razor wire, perpetrated in our name.
Lotte Ward reviews Tod Browning’s Freaks.
Seriously though, who?
Shakespeare: the original cult connoisseur, constantly adapting.
Thelma and Louise cuts deeper as a feminist film by acknowledging that the system, and the odds, are stacked against us.
They Live is a decidedly heavy-handed take on consumerism and conformity – you can feel the likes of Banksy and Shepard Fairey milking it for inspiration
The clean eating trend could pave the way for disordered eating.
This black romantic comedy is anything but black-and-white in its characterisation
Donnie Darko, and the appeal of genre transcendence (and teen angst).
Let me paint you a picture. Fingers cramping from several hours of scrolling, the bottom right corner of the laptop screen reads 3.30 AM.
Did you know that there are some plants that can treat a range of symptoms from your self-induced hangover to your university-induced headache. Rachael O’Reilly elaborates on some of these over-achieving plants.
Alexander Linger shares a piece of his poetry.
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