Kairos is a bold Australian film that looks to shatter our assumptions, featuring an actor with down syndrome as the lead. We sat down with both actor and director to explain their project.
Last night presented us with the first Honeymoon night of MAFS. It was as brutal as you’d expect. Poor Te.
What do you get when a man-eating Instagram pseudo celeb meets a half-drunk tradie? The train crash that is Married at First Sight. Mick is on hand to articulate the carnage.
Oh, Sean. You spectacular dolt. Taking us through last night’s Married at First Sight carnage are two wordy cynics. Warning: May contain sass.
According to the data, it seems that pop-music is once again obsessed with death. The reason behind this morbid push, however, is rather interesting.
We sat down with The Tea Party who are touring Australia to celebrate their seminal 1997 album Transmission.
Her parents were never really a couple, but one filmmaker endeavoured to find out why. We spoke with director Carlotta Kittel about was pushed her to share such a personal story.
The galaxy of music genre is an infinite place, however, tucked in the far corner sits This Week in the Universe a futuristic throwback to the ways of old. Think George Méliès and John Carpenter getting it on while Genesis watches.
We’re massive cinephiles here at The Big Smoke, and there’s nothing we like more than a brilliant ending. So, for no reason whatsoever, we’ve decided to share. Spoilers, obviously.
Today is May the fourth, the date we celebrate the Star Wars universe. What better way than to unpack the mind of the biggest goth in the galaxy?
According to the findings of a recent study, it seems that overly positive people don’t care about your problems. In fact, it’s best you seek out the gloomiest person you know.
An Italian restaurateur has silenced noisy kids with the most ingenious strategy – by offering their parents a discount on their meals.
The world of poker is a strange place, one where great elation and great tragedy walk hand-in-hand through the busy intersection of chance and fate. But what of those who play it for a living?
Disagreeing with someone on the Internet is the entire reason there is an Internet, right? Well, after surviving this tale, you’ll never criticise again.
The minds of science have a new theory in entertaining your dog while you aren’t at home. Make them a mix tape. Baha Men, anybody?
It wouldn’t be remiss to call it a new low. The same day our PM was called “Trumble”, we discovered that we should “Tuck Frump”. Dearie doo.
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Everyone loves Cards Against Humanity, so some genius knocked up a version entirely made of Trumpisms. You know who doesn’t love it? The lawyers.
The 1990’s phenomenon, MagicEye, ruined my life. However, we now know the science behind it. Awesome. Totes too late for me though.
Baylor University has claimed that smartphones are as addictive as drugs, but is it just hype? A serial smartphone user spoke to us to dispel the findings (via Skype).
The ‘budgie nine’ have gained their freedom, but according to Pauline Hanson, the Islamification of the budgie smuggler is the real issue.
Well, a rather smutty, yet valuable scientific study has recently purported the connection between music and the physical act of love. Thanks, Science.