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October 2, 2006

Why did the man want his grass to be emo? So it would cut itself.

September 25, 2006

The black Transam with an attitude was his chariot; the world was his playground. With one hand on the turbo, and the other on his comb, he was always ready for action. Criminals stood no chance when he was on the case. He always got the girl, but the girl never got him.

September 11, 2006

Steve Irwin is dead. It came as quite a shock to learn of the untimely death of Australian television personality Steve ‘the Crocodile Hunter’ Irwin. Just the day before the news broke, I was hungover and contently watching Irwin as he schooled a new generation of croc hunters. As the news slowly sunk in, and […]

September 4, 2006

New Zealand music is currently enjoying a long stay near the top, with new artists and genres cracking the traditionally international-dominated local market more than ever before.

August 14, 2006

Beetlejuice is one of my all time childhood favourites. A married couple (Geena Davis and Alec Baldwin) die in a freak car accident and begin to realise they are now ghosts, trapped in the world of the living.

July 31, 2006

The truth is out there. That now infamous line was the premise of the cult television show the X-Files. It alludes to the notion that not everything can be explained by traditional science and logic. There are many things out there in the world that boggle the mind, defy reason and invite us to invest […]

July 17, 2006

The story was really quite amazing. A small creature made its way out of its oppressor’s prison in a daring bid for freedom. Unless you have been living under a rock you will know the animal I am talking about.

July 10, 2006

As any good university student knows, the mid year break is an amazing period of time. The shackles of education fall away, leaving nothing but free time, and the chance to cause suspect amounts of trouble.

April 24, 2006

Last year Lost, an apparent new phenomenon in television, reached New Zealand television screens. It was meticulously promoted by TV2, and was shrouded in mystery from its very first episode.