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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 […]

Is Australia just roo-less in confidence? by Mattie Mould

November 25, 2011


All Aussies claim to live up to the land-loving, tanned, hardened image the world holds of us, but are we really? Is it land-loving to continually rebuff the idea of eating kangaroo meat? We’ve all seen it, lying on the supermarket shelves. It looks like any other meat that we would buy for a Tuesday […]

Staff Favourites 1(A): “Guilty Pleasure Movies”

September 28, 2011


In honour of all things ‘Spring’, the You’re Dripping Egg contributing staff are waxing lyrical about some of their favourite things. Mattie’s Favourite Guilty Pleasure Movie: Miss Congeniality Rated a mighty 6.0 out of 10 on IMDB and brandishing the tagline; “Unpolished. Unkempt. Unleashed. Undercover.” Miss Congeniality is my guilty pleasure movie. But can it […]

Two of a Kind: “Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 2″—What’s life going to be like A.H. (After Harry)? by Mattie Mould

July 17, 2011


There are three basic ways that the last Harry Potter film could be viewed; in complete confusion if you’ve never read the books, in excitement and awe if you have, and through tears if you’re a complete fanatic. I chose the third method and I had to watch it a second time through just to […]

A Comment on Leash-Babies by Mattie Mould

June 29, 2011


We’ve all seen them. We’ve watched as a child has walked/run/stomped past us in shopping centre/street/park with a leash strapped to their back, as a smug looking parent follows behind them, holding on tight. How is this acceptable? Putting aside the fact that it looks like you are walking your child (and people are thinking […]