In Review: Ad Astra

Ad Astra is, subjectively speaking, a classical "thinking man's space opera". Directed by James Gray (The Lost City of Z), it's as much science-fiction as it is an excursion into past classics.

INTERVIEW: Molly Devine

On August 29th Molly Devine released her EP titled 'Rain in the River'. Chontalle was lucky enough to get to ask her a few questions about the process and EP itself - check out the interview below.If you haven...

In Review: The Farewell

★★★★★ Before I begin this review, please take note that I am writing from a half Asian, half NZ background - a bias which is close to my heart. While scoping out my fellow critics when waiting for the criti...

IN REVIEW: Dope Lemon

Review by Heather McMillan On entrance to the Powerstation last Thursday there was a contrast of energy and smells reflective of Dope Lemon's band name. A mix of young and old filled the...

In Review: PINAY

PINAY, the latest venture of Proudly Asian Theatre (PAT), has hit the Basement. The first NZ-Filipino play to be written and presented in Aotearoa, PINAY has been hotly anticipated throughout its development t...

INTERVIEW: Daffodils

Photograph supplied by Chontalle Musson Heather McMillan interviewed Theo, lead vocalist of Daffodils in anticipation for their upcoming shows with Methyl Ethel and Stink this weekend. Wellington on Friday ...

In Review: Ophelia

Review by Liz Lauder Many of us are familiar with the story of Ophelia thanks to studying Shakespeare’s Hamlet in 6th Form English class, but this movie adaptation is not like its predecessors. Claire M...