Film Review • 18 April 2022
Film Review: Don't Look Up
This black comedy, written and directed by Adam McKay (The Big Short, Vice), centres on two astronomers who try to warn humanity about an approaching meteorite that will destroy all of civilisation within six months.
Book Review • 24 February 2022
Top 5 Favourite Books Read in 2021
I've put together a list of the best novels which either entertained or inspired me during yet another year of Covid. As usual, the list predominantly features books that were not published in 2021, some are a few years old, others are more recent.
Book Review • 14 February 2022
Analysing Visual Experimentation in The Weight of a Human Heart
Ryan O’Neill’s 2012 short story collection challenges traditional literary conventions through visual experimentation whilst also exploring how multimodal storytelling can encourage further interaction with its readers within a postmodern society.
Film Review • 26 January 2022
Nightmare Alley: Guillermo del Toro's neo-noir thriller is... rather long
A brief review of Guillermo del Toro’s recent psychological thriller, Nightmare Alley. Sadly, I'm not a fan of this one. Read on to find out why.
Book Review • 29 December 2021
A Postmodern Metamorphosis
Published in 2009 by Giramondo Publishing, Tom Cho's eccentric, postmodern short story collection Look Who's Morphing blends elements of postmodernism and parody to unveil the reality of the minority and queer experience in western culture.
Follow An Aussie Broad
"The unexamined life is not worth living"
Grab the popcorn,
it's about to get interesting.