One of the stranger shows on our screens at the moment is Taboo (Ten, Thursday’s, around 8.30-ish depending on when Masterchef ends).
Now that Game of Thrones is over, it’s time to just throw our televisions into the bin, right? Hold up a second: there’s still a lot of decent home viewing available.
The sad thing about the latest version of Pet Sematary is that it’s not a new adaptation of the Stephen King novel, but rather a remake of the 1989 film.
Okay, so Get Krack!n is easily the best Australian scripted comedy the ABC has put to air in a depressingly long time, but that doesn’t mean it’s perfect.
Is there any point even trying to keep up with television these days?
With Christmas right around the corner, there’s been a sudden flood of new DVD and blu-ray titles hitting store shelves.
One of the best things about paying attention to how movies do at the box office is the thrill when a film no-one expected much from does better than expected.
At what stage does the thrill go out of a franchise?
Because a lot of Australian scripted television isn’t really made for audiences, a lot of scripted Australian television isn’t really the kind of thing people actually watch.
Doctor Who is back!
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