Why does everyone still head to the Franklin Road festive display when Auckland has others that are so much better?
The latest Assassin's Creed game reviewed, and a thinkin' on the future.
There's a new version of the Xbox out and its makers reckon it's the most powerful home console out there, complete with 4K output and very high FPS. José Barbosa gives the One X a hoon.
Seven years after he hung up his headphones at bFM, Mikey Havoc – musician, trouble maker, radio talent extraordinaire – is back at the station that made him. Ahead of his first Breakfast show on May 8th, Havoc sat down with his former producer José Barbosa to explain what lured him home.
Has any other satirist caught the ridiculousness of New Zealand life better than John Clarke? He's famous for Fred Dagg and We Don't Know How Lucky We Are of course, but here are some lesser know classics.
With the third season of Breaking Bad spinoff Better Call Saul arriving on Lightbox today, José Barbosa makes his case for why the prequel may well be even better than the original.
The Spinoff gets an interview with the one and only Bob Odenkirk, who primes José Barbosa for season three of Better Call Saul.
In the final season of Parks & Recreation the timeline jumps ahead to 2017. Now that actual 2017 is here, Jose Barbosa wistfully compares fantasy and reality.
Peter Capaldi has announced that he will be leaving Doctor Who at the end of the year. José Barbosa assesses Capaldi's tenure in the role and offers some pleas for the next incarnation.
What happens when you and a mate play a Japanese pigeon dating simulator? Bloody transgressive weirdness tbh.
The original MacGyver is a stone-cold classic, with a likeably earnest hero and a lot of heart. The reboot, which began last night on Prime? Not so much. José Barbosa explains.
Way back in April, actor Shawn Ashmore (Xmen, The Following, Animorphs) was doing the press rounds promoting the XBox time travel game Quantum Break. Shawn gave José Barbosa an exclusive acting masterclass.
As we near the end of Movember, José Barbosa wades through the history of television to present the most fertile grounds for upper lip accessories.