MIFF Review: Chevalier (Greece, 2015) is a hilarious critique of the male ego

Originally posted on The Iris (August 6, 2016) It’s been said that being at sea tests the limits of friendship and one’s own character. Add a touch of boredom mixed with an abundance of male-ego and you have yourself a manhood-measuring-contest that walks the thin line of manners, morality, and absolute absurdity. Chevalier is a … More MIFF Review: Chevalier (Greece, 2015) is a hilarious critique of the male ego

DVD Review: The Adderall Diaries (USA, 2015)

Originally posted on The Iris (June 18, 2016) The Adderall Diaries comes across as an incomplete and incoherent collision of storylines. While an interesting concept to discover the faults in our memory and recollections, the unfocused execution of the film ultimately leaves you confused and bewildered more than it does captivated. Based on the true … More DVD Review: The Adderall Diaries (USA, 2015)

Five Pixar sequels we’re still waiting (and hoping) for

Originally posted on The Iris (June 16, 2016) Pixar is no stranger to sequels. For over 20 years, Pixar have dominated animated cinematic releases with their critical and box-office success. With the massive acclaim behind sequels like Toy Story 2 & 3 and Monsters University, Pixar has now (much to everyone’s excitement) released Finding Dory after … More Five Pixar sequels we’re still waiting (and hoping) for

Under The Wire takes over Monash University’s Caulfield Campus

Originally posted on The AU Review – Arts (October 13, 2016) Over three nights, Melbourne’s Monash University’s Caulfield campus was set to be the framework of a new art project, Under The Wire, from October 13-15. Part of the Melbourne Festival program, Under The Wire took advantage of the collision of architectural style and undergoing construction, … More Under The Wire takes over Monash University’s Caulfield Campus