Posted by fopp on September 13, 2017 in Blog, Film & TV, Reviews
The animator Michael Dudok de Wit is something of a late starter; this, his first feature film, was made when he was 63. Nevertheless, what he lacks in youthful exuberance he more than compensates for in artistry. Essentially, The Red Turtle is an un ...Read More
Posted by fopp on September 13, 2017 in Blog, Music, Reviews
Australian music is a big deal today – but before King Gizzard had even met the Lizard Wizard, siblings Angus and Julia Stone were making waves with their sensitive, honest indie-pop.
After time apart, they reunited for 2014’s self-titled albu ...Read More
Posted by fopp on September 12, 2017 in Blog, Music, Reviews
Molly Rankin’s group have made quite a splash in the three years since their self-titled debut was released; with their charmingly ramshackle sound, sugar-coated melodies and wry lyrics, the Toronto-based quartet’s sound on singles such as Archie ...Read More
Posted by fopp on September 12, 2017 in Blog, In-store Offers
Social Anthropology is the study of human society and cultures and part of it focuses on why people do what they do and the relationship between values and behaviour. It comes as no surprise then that Darren Aronofsky studied for a degree in Social A ...Read More
Posted by fopp on September 4, 2017 in Blog, In-store Offers
2017 is already shaping up to be a cracking year for new movies. We've picked out some of our 2017 highlights that we loved on the big screen, all coming to our stores soon to own on DVD / Blu-ray this summer.
Before she was ...Read More