A rom-com thriller? Produced by Phoebe Waller-Bridge? Sign us up. Sam Brooks reviews Run, which arrives on Neon tonight.
Sam Brooks brings us up to speed on what you need to know before you watch Noughts + Crosses, set in an alternate version of present day Britain.
We explain CNZ's new $16 million Emergency Response Package addressing the impacts of Covid-19, along with some added clarity from CEO Stephen Wainwright.
As we head into our first weekend practising social distancing, Sam Brooks offers a few tips on how to be social while saying alone.
HBO’s biggest drama since Game of Thrones returns for a third season to NEON tonight. Here’s everything you need to know about Westworld season three.
Sam Brooks reviews Japanese novel Before the Coffee Gets Cold – which Aucklanders, inexplicably, will not stop buying.
Lifelong superfan Sam Brooks got to play five hours of the Final Fantasy 7 remake ahead of its release. He reports back on how the game successfully adapts the twenty-year old classic.
The new wave of RTDs might have cool labels and no carbs or whatever, but none come close to the perfection held within that little yellow can.
Sam Brooks reviews I Am Not Okay With This, the series that feels like a calculated mash-up of a bunch of other Netflix shows you really liked.
After days of rumours, Mediaworks have removed Hannah Tamki as a cast members for the 2020 season of Dancing with the Stars. Sam Brooks reflects on the past two days of controversy.
Over the weekend, a Twitter spat blew up into a full blown controversy when New Zealander Jason Lei Howden blew up his own movie with a bizarre series of tweets.
He's been the country's leading supporter of the strangest films in the world, and now he's made his first feature film, starring Elijah Wood.
The Star Wars prequels are universally regarded as the nadir of the franchise, but at least they gave us spinoff series The Clone Wars, writes Sam Brooks
Sam Brooks investigates what would happen if Zoey's Extraordinary Playlist took a trip to New Zealand to listen to our finest export: Our bangers.