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The Sister’s Brother – Film Review

This movie was not what I considered a regular John C. O’Reilly film. Whilst he still performed some swift jokes and fulfilled his comedic gifts, this film was very dark opposed to the earlier films he has starred in. A couple of brotherly assassins, exploring distant and close lands in order to take out their bounties and claim their financial rewards. They had quite the reputation and only those who were really ‘ballsy’ and wanted to big up their own reputations would even dare to challenge them.

Darkbird Releases New Single!

The chorus was catchy. Really catchy. I found it to be quite uplifting, with some positive vibes emerging from the melody and lyrics, and found myself stuck in a hypnotic head bobble marathon every time the chorus came on. The female singers’ vocals were quite exceptional, both on note and soothing on the soul.

Cold Pursuit: Film Review

Liam Neeson’s newest movie Cold Pursuit meets all expectations of a thriller following a bad-ass with a secret vendetta, but this movie was so much more. Not only was there a story full of suspense and interrogation, but we also saw a range of emotions and black humour thrown into the mix.

YA Books That Are Actually Worth The Hype

As an avid book reader, I am constantly searching for new material to read, despite ignoring all the unread books collecting dust on my shelf. Often the books that come to my attention are the ones that are the most hyped. They’re the most recommended novels at bookstores and libraries, the ones that pop up onto my dashboard, the ones that friends try to shove down my throat.

An Unexpected Love: A Review

Perth Festival opens its doors once again with Lotterywest Films, a highly anticipated selection of international cinema curated to make your heart ache or sing with joy. I was lucky enough to attend the opening night this past week with fellow Colosoul writer Michael Green, and it was definitely worth it!

A Look into the Avant-Garde

‘Avant-Garde.’ A phrase derived from the French language meaning “fore-guard” or “vanguard,” it refers to people or works which challenge both the status quo of a certain time, and what is taught as the “norm” in society; the hope for deviation.

‘In the Next Room’ Hits the Spot!

No, you’re not reading wrong. It’s a play about vibrators. The Black Swan Theatre Company are putting on a fresh and new production of Sarah Ruhl’s masterful play about pleasure and the power of electricity and women, and more importantly, the invention of the vibrator.