Ed’s note: This review is an extended version of that which appeared in the print version of Issue 18. In 1994, John Carpenter released In the Mouth of Madness. Starring Sam Neill, the film told the story of a claims investigator sent by a publishing company to retrieve a popular Stephen King-like author who has [...]
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Do you support the Electoral Commission’s recommendations?
A conversation with Wellington’s most prolific arts philanthropist.
The trouble with teaching art.
I regret to inform you that you are not as good as my dad. Thanks for playing.
Art is vital but don’t let that stop you being silly.
Man uses Instagram to document the pitfalls of capitalism.
It was also reasonably humorous when an Australian channel refused to show New Zealand in the top ten of the medal tally. That said, Sky did something similar when Australia made the top ten so that ghetto does have two gangs.