The Greatest Sport You’ve Never Heard Of

The World Rally Championship is the most spectacular sporting competition in the world. Little rivals the feeling of hiking through a forest at sunrise, pouring coffee into a polystyrene cup, listening intently to a crackling radio and already drunken Scandinavians chanting beside you, anticipating the best viewpoint and hearing the crackle of the first car through the trees. […]

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Apple to Announce TV Streaming Service, Looks Underwhelming

The New York Post have an interesting scoop on the next industry Apple is set to enter: The Cupertino, Calif., tech firm is making broadcast networks the centerpiece of its cable-killer TV app — and talks with all four networks are rapidly gaining momentum, The Post has learned. “The platform is ready and it rocks,” […]

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Birdman: A Rare Work of Ambitious Cinema That Verges on Perfection

Birdman follows Riggan Thompson, an actor who played an infamous superhero character, as he makes a comeback through a Broadway play. The filmmakers created the illusion of one long-take, in this film with 9 Oscar nominations including Best Picture. It stars Michael Keaton, Emma Stone, Edward Norton, Naomi Watts, Zach Galifianakis, Andrea Riseborough and Amy Ryan. From […]

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Arrested Development Season 4 Review

The latest season of the Emmy award-winning, hugely under-appreciated sitcom from Mitch Hurwitz, Arrested Development, comes 7 years after the previous, and it’s strange. Not only because all of these characters are seven years older, but because all the actors are seven years older, which has made this season jarring for some fans, and fascinating […]

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Random Access Memories, Emphasis on ‘Random’ – A Daft Punk Review

I have never avidly listened to Daft Punk before, but the momentous hype which surrounded Random Access Memories compelled me to indulge myself in some electric dance music. Yet, I wasn’t indulged in electric dance music, I listened to a frankly random mix of sounds, which only rarely was satisfying. For the first time, Daft […]

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