This year, HBO’s Band of Brothers turns eighteen. To celebrate its birthday, I revisited that theatre of war, only to discover that it hasn’t aged well.
‘The rise and fall of the little voice’ tells the story of Little Voice, a prodigious talent who falls into the company of 20th-century divas to escape her wretched home life. On show now at the Darlinghurst Theatre, it is a must-see.
For whatever reason, KFC in America is now selling a burger that sports cheetohs and a cheetoh based sauce. Flights are reasonably priced.
Casey Golden has been labelled a genius. He’s received critical acclaim from London to New York. But what does the man himself think, and what makes him tick? We sat down with him to find out.
According to the lead creator, Rockstar is working “100 hour weeks” to get the title ready. While he’s redacted his statement, it speaks of the permeating culture of the gaming industry.
Cyclopes are one of the most recognisable foes in Greek mythology, but would you know what to do if one attempted to mug you? No? Read on…
The workout montage is time-honoured movie tradition. But can you use them to get fit? We roped in our personal trainer to find out.
One movie director famous for bold moves has made another, as he’s pushing for robot inclusion in Hollywood. About time, we say.
Kevin Spacey’s new movie bombed over the weekend, taking in a measly $425. While Spacey has earned his position, you can’t help but feel for those who starred alongside him.
Stephen Colyer’s recent production of the Torch Song Trilogy comes with great expectation, but delivers in great doses.
In 17th century Venice, moral lines were significantly blurred. Berwyn Lewis discusses the murky overlap of religion and prostitution in her novel, Venice’s Virgin Mother.
Pokemon was a mainstay of my childhood, but you weren’t allowed to throw Pokeballs, or play with a friend. The new game will have both.
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?