Otago Daily Times: Entertainment

Descent into darkness

Descent into darkness

Part underworld crime thriller, part existential character study, New Zealand film The Last Saint offers plenty of physical heft, too, writes Shane Gilchrist. 

Nothing 'Temporary' about album release

Nothing 'Temporary' about album release

While the number may be considered unlucky for some, Dunedin micro-independent label Fishrider Records is issuing its 13th release this month, and it's the label's most ambitious yet.

Baby or no baby?

Baby or no baby?

When faced with a difficult choice, people react in different ways. Charmian Smith talks to Helen Fearnley about The Choice, which opens at the Globe Theatre next week.

TVNZ promises spring treats

TVNZ promises spring treats

Television fans are being promised a "massive spring lineup" of blockbuster shows by TVNZ.

'Stunning' biography beats Luminaries

'Stunning' biography beats Luminaries

The author who took out New Zealand's top book award says she is "flabbergasted" to have won over acclaimed novelist Eleanor Catton.

Madden 15: Not perfect but a step up all the same

Madden 15: Not perfect but a step up all the same

It's Madden season. Signal reviewers Simon Bishop and Hayden Meikle engage in a two-minute drill to discuss the latest release in the long-running NFL series.

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