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“SYD 2030”: The Eastern Suburbs in 5 to 10 minutes by Mattie Mould

May 30, 2012


SYD2030 could easily have been pretentious, over-dramatised and predictably cliché but it isn’t. This web series created by Sydney locals and young talent of the eastern suburbs is funny, scandalous and is helping to pave the way for youth in Australian media. The show follows five central characters who attend Sydney University, who are trying […]

The “Mass Effect” Series: Thoughts from someone late to the party by Nick Parkes

May 11, 2012


2007 was an interesting year for me. Acne speckled, fresh out of high-school, stranded in Tasmania. I was, at that point, still convinced that my bright orange detachable cargo pants/shorts combination were a perfect way to combine utility with looking your best, and Weird Al Yankovic was the last word in musical brilliance. Odds are […]

YDE’s Free Stuff: Win Tickets to “IRON SKY”!

May 3, 2012


Hey you, reader, get ready to be part of You’re Dripping Egg’s first Free Stuff competition! Thanks to Hoyts Distribution, the YDE editors are giving away five inseason double passes to the upcoming Sci-fi flick IRON SKY which opens in Australian cinemas on May 10th, 2012! In the last moments of WWII, a secret Nazi […]

Two Of A Kind: Caitlin McGrane Really Didn’t Like “The Hunger Games”

May 2, 2012


Ladies and gentlemen, prepare to throw your rotten fruit at me. I’m about to re-make a bold statement, and some of you may be upset, shocked, or offended. If that is the case then I advise that you suck it up and deal with it, or fight it out in the Comments below. The Hunger […]

Two Of A Kind: Matilda Dixon-Smith Liked “The Hunger Games” So Much She Saw It Twice.

May 2, 2012


So much has already been said about The Hunger Games, the recent blockbuster film based on Suzanne Collins’ highly successful books for young adults. The reception of the film, amongst critics and consumers, has been overwhelmingly positive. And here’s why. In war-ravaged Panem (modern-day North America), the central controlling state (the Capitol) holds an annual […]