After an x-rated lovemaking video disgusted China this week, resident military theorist Maciej Radny outlines how we can use it in our favour.
With the passing of Nintendo President, Satoru Iwata, Steven Barnes explains what he meant to gamers everywhere.
With the monumental NASA pass-by of Pluto due this week, we at TBS have obtained leaked emails that outline the government’s plan to Australianise the (almost) planet.
When we found out an Aussie company was putting consumers in a stronger position to make better shopping decisions we needed to get onto that! As it turns out, Shopping ninja saves you a few bucks on your next functional alcoholism purchase, or you know, if you have your life together enough, technology purchase… so we sent Brett Pearce to search online and report back.
Barack Obama continues the great presidential tradition of hiding the truth in matters of public interest; classifying the true fate of Jon Snow.
After Greg Hunt’s political genius tore down hundreds of years of democratic assumptions this week, JKL looked on in awe.
Loretta Barnard was engrossed with the Anthony O’Neill’s adventurous re-imagining of the Arabian Nights. During Sydney’s VIVID festival last year, I attended a screening of The Adventures of Prince Achmed, a silent film from 1926 created by German film-maker Lotte Reiniger using exquisite hand-cut silhouette animation. On stage, playing live, was a small ensemble…
Our favourite cabbie, Rainer took himself and his inner-child to see Pixar’s latest production. And both were not disappointed. Me: So, what would you like to do today My inner child: I wanna go to the movies Me: Great, good day for it, what would you like to see, a documentary, a thriller or…
Upon seeing “Mr Holmes”, Glen Falkenstein describes the legendary detective’s battle against his greatest foe: a complete lack of story.
Maciej Radny ventures into Jurassic World, only to find that the film hates him…and you too.
Reflecting on the continued abuse of Gabi Grecko Edelsten, we at TBS are calling for a unifying set of laws by which all gold-diggers should abide.
To coincide with the today’s release of “Just Passing Through” by Ian Cooper, Tommy Emmanuel and Ian Date, we sent Loretta Barnard into the jazz hole to chart her experience.
With another unskilled immigrant, Mariah Carey, arriving on our fair shores, one TBS reader has had enough, rousing us to join him and #TurnBackThePrivateJets.
In The Society of the Crossed Keys, Lachlan Liesfield rediscovers the work of Stefan Zweig, a gem who shines far beyond The Grand Budapest Hotel.
As a parting gift to TBS, Juliette Furio’s final artist interview will be frankly charting her own process, and the doubts within.
Our own Chetna Prakash meets with Balkan music virtuoso Nela Trifkovic as she de-mystifies a deeply rich and proud musical tradition.
With Arnold Schwarzenegger dusting off the Terminator suit for his own gains, we at TBS fear for the future.
Thumbing his nose to Roger Ebert’s unenlightened criticisms of video games, new TBS writer Blake Antrobus offers Roger an education.
Bianka Farmakis caught 54: The Director’s Cut at the Sydney Film Festival and saw the film the way it was meant to be – unapologetically camp instead of conservative, with a whole lot of glitter.
After witnessing the performance of the new Rolf Harris single, Mathew Mackie discovers that prison has not dulled his musical prowess.
Jordan King Lacroix watches the government slowly stop caring, and imagines a Joe Hockey thought bubble saying “Listen, you don’t matter…None of you do.”