The Cult — photo gallery

The Cult played Auckland’s Powerstation last night — they had originally planned to play the Logan Campbell Centre, but tickets sold out and the show was switched to an entirely more suitable venue — and, despite being limited to shooting…

Fantastic Beasts And Where To Find Them: not as fantastic as it needs to be

JK Rowling has told her millions of fans that Fantastic Beasts And Where To Find Them is the first in a series of five films. It’s odd, then, that director David Yates tried to fit at least two films into…

Crave! episode 29: Arrival, Nocturnal Animals, James, Born To Run

Arrival

Simon and Steve are divided on the merits of both of Amy Adams’ new films; Arrival and Nocturnal Animals both have impressed Simon just a little more than they did Steve, who was much more pleased to see James at…

Uncomfortable, yes, but compelling

Nocturnal Animals A dark drama with dashes of David Lynch oddness and the western violence of Cormac McCarthy (or maybe it’s Tarantino), Nocturnal Animals is riveting and often disturbing, and a story of how we try to live with the…

Crave! episode 28: Doctor Strange, Jack Reacher: Never Go Back, Slipknot, Mia Blonde — Icedagger

Doctor Strange

Simon and Steve are pleased to have found in Doctor Strange a superhero film from the Marvel Comic Universe that they can both wholeheartedly endorse, but they’re both a little less overwhelmingly enthusiastic about Never Go Back, Tom Cruise’s latest outing…