Glen Falkenstein braved the premiere of Magic Mike XXL in Sydney, where he would like to have seen Channing Tatum flash something other than his abs…
Mike Welsh has a problem, uncontrollably yelling at the TV, but admittance is the first step to recovery and he wants to help you too.
I’m With Stupid are back with the enlightening next episode of “P*rn School”.
This week’s Long Reads examines ownership of the dead, a world without work and a Brit who squandered his inheritance on Hitler and Nazi paraphernalia.
SFF’s The Smell of Us, although slightly chaotic, had Glen Falkenstein leaving the cinema feeling it might be the most confronting film you will see at this year’s festival.
Michael Burrill says there’s more to being a writer than drinking whiskey and wearing a waistcoat – it’s about capturing the intangible and uncovering the (often elusive) truth.
With statistics indicating reading numbers are down, Lauren Ford points out the never-ending cycle of books being made into film.
They’ve finally made an Entourage movie and Glen Falkenstein couldn’t be happier, but does the movie live up to the legacy left by the TV series?
Paul McMahon tells TBS Travelogue readers just how lucky we are to possess an Australian passport, telling tales of his time in Columbia observing just how disparate rights to travel can be.
Victoria Cotman offers a quick rundown on how to kick off the most beautiful holiday imaginable sailing Croatia’s Kornati Island coast.
“Spectre” will make an excellent addition to the Bond canon, but in an effort to help Bond fans avoid being shaken and not stirred, Glen Falkenstein warns you to “step away from the trailer…”
A sucker for animation, Elise Bottle recently saw Home and it turns out that underneath the bright colours lies a big political agenda…one that leaves a lot to think about.
Ruby Wax has a message that will get you thinking…or rather being “mindful”… in her Melbourne International Comedy Festival show “Sane New World”…
Tim Burton’s Big Eyes is understated in terms of the director’s usual standards, but despite some minor flaws Glen Falkenstein still finds it a little bit unreal.
By pure chance Annika Tague found herself in Iceland sipping crisp apple cider, shivering through frigid temperatures and mesmerised by breathtaking geographical beauty.
The globe-trotting docobites kids are back home in Sydney, having made a film every day for the past year, but don’t think that this is the last you will see of them…
Kingsman: The Secret Service, while not as slapstick as Austin Powers, offered Glen Falkenstein some cracking jokes and hammy action accompanied by solid performances, particularly from Colin Firth.
In this week’s #LongReads, Rich Jackson brings us Douglas Grant the Aboriginal Anzac, introduces some #SCIENCE in “Do genetics determine your life?” and PB gets app kooky with “the other side”…
The latest TBS #BookReview becomes more of an #AuthorReview as Lachlan R Dale presents the work of Jorge Luis Borges, having recently been awed by the “mystic realism” pioneer’s 1962 short stories collection, “Labyrinths.”
Having winged, hoofed, hiked and meandered their way around the globe, the 365 docobites duo land back on home turf in Sydney, Australia, where they chat with a pretty damned special mum – Gretel.
A mixed bag, as Rich Jackson kicks off this week’s #LongReads with anti-Semitism in Europe, covers plastic surgery in South Korea and the flaws in AA…plus PB’s weekly narrative.ly pick: pigeons in Brooklyn.