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American author Cormac McCarthy’s writing pulses with a savage brand of nihilism. His rich prose maps unforgiving landscapes – from the dank valleys of the Appalachian Mountains to the scorched ...
26 November 2013
A massive success in the 1990s in the UK, Steve Coogan’s work as Alan Partridge has – until recently – been all but unknown in Australia. That’s thanks largely to ...
11 November 2013
With The Electric Lady, Janelle Monáe is now five ‘Suites’ – an EP and two albums – into a musical exploration of Metropolis: the science-fictionalised, Afro-futurist world that all ...
14 October 2013
Oryx and Crake arrived in 2003,The Year of the Flood arrived in 2009, and now, a decade after Canadian writer Margaret Atwood published the first volume in this darkly ...
13 September 2013
South Korean director Chan-wook Park is famous for making truly deranged cinema, marrying stylised violence and sexual perversion within labyrinthine plots. Best known for his ‘revenge trilogy’ (Sympathy for Mr ...
30 August 2013
Back in the late 1980s and early 1990s, thirtysomething (yes, all in lower case) was the hottest thing on American television. Yet today the show is all but forgotten, its ...
2 August 2013
Nadia Wheatley, illustrations by Ken Searle
Learning history at school was often treated as a soporific exercise by the class, usually because it meant being asked to memorise endless dates and being ...
19 July 2013
When we last saw New Mexico high-school chemistry teacher turned meth cook, Walter White (Bryan Cranston), he’d finally solved all his problems. Well, all his external problems, at least: blowing up ...
5 July 2013
Michael Winterbottom is a famously prolific and diverse film director. He has made 22 feature films in 18 years, ranging across genres, styles and budgets. His restless filmography takes in ...
26 June 2013
Queens of the Stone Age
Queens of the Stone Age have always been a bit of an enigma: the band’s line-up constantly changes, their music crosses genres with ease, and their ...
7 June 2013
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