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Round 21

Round 21

Heartbreak, fresh. Haven’t felt this way in years. You feel soft, defenceless. You don’t like it. Build walls, reinforce barriers, lock the gates—entry denied. Fuck a stranger in his dimly lit bedroom, head to the chemist the following morning, pop a Postella-1,...
First Dates

First Dates

I’m sorry You seem lovely But I just Can’t Care About the things you love So please don’t try To care About Mine You’ll have to excuse me When you ask what I have planned for the rest of the night “Study,” I mumble, and you watch me...
Top Five Movies Of 2017

Top Five Movies Of 2017

1. Blade Runner 2049: A truly unique cinematic experience in every sense of the word, this extraordinary follow-up to 1982’s cult classic not only deepens and expands on the Blade Runner universe in exciting, subversive and unexpected ways, but delivers razor-sharp...
Game Review: Wolfenstein 2: The New Colossus

Game Review: Wolfenstein 2: The New Colossus

By Alex Sievers [reviewed on PS4] I’ve been throwing myself into an array of first-person-shooters lately. From the silly, gory fun of Shadow Warrior 2, the definitely flawed but still okay Homefront: The Revolution, the utter chaos of Battlefield 1’s multiplayer, the...
Late Night Delights

Late Night Delights

By B.D. A proclamation of sorts, “no anal” she wheezed Two hours are yours, go on do what you please. A thrust in there deep, thighs pressed she had squeezed a black gown, white heels, the lace there to tease The heated exchange met breaks in-between Raising the...
Chapter One

Chapter One

      Home It began to rain as my car passed beneath the colourful “Welcome to Tarangool” sign. Pitter-patter, like tears against the windscreen. It was probably an omen of some kind, but I’d never been one for superstition. The last time I’d been home...
Red Bridge

Red Bridge

      ‘It is an uncomfortable fact that Red Bridge is not so named for its colour, at least not the colour it is painted. The official position is that the local council painted it red in 1931 in order to make it visible to bushwalkers attracted to the...
Film Review: The Disaster Artist

Film Review: The Disaster Artist

By Scotty Daniels The Disaster Artist is without a doubt one of my favourite books of all time. Not only that, but the audiobook, as read by author Greg Sestero himself, is one of my favourite pieces of media of all time. Infamous for its revealing and unflinching...