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“Bachelorette”, or “Spoiler Alert: Apparently Women Can’t Be Assholes” by Matilda Dixon-Smith

September 10, 2012


Critical debate about whether Leslye Headland’s caustic film Bachelorette is any good saturates arts and entertainment media right now. Between me and fellow editor Will Kay we’ve watched the movie six times. Obviously, we’re in the camp of “Yeah, this film is fucking awesome. Get a life, haters.” And here’s why: Headland paints a gloomy […]

Touché, “Touché Hombre” by Kat Williams

September 6, 2012


It is safe to say that Mexican food is one of the most popular, tastiest cuisines around and if you don’t like some nachos from time to time there’s something deeply wrong with you. Touché Hombre, on Lonsdale Street, is a new edition to Melbourne’s Mexican food scene after the popularity of Mamasita left us […]