Instead of binge watching, this Victorian in lockdown turned his hand to making his own podcast. Continue reading Extended lockdown sparks podcast
In a television landscape of outdated tropes and lesbian stereotypes, One Day at a Time sets the bar for queer storytelling and subverts expectations of the sitcom format. Continue reading Tackling authentic queer adolescence one episode at a time
Are we too spoilt for choice when it comes to streaming services in Australia? Continue reading Streaming services: How many are too many?
Spring has arrived. Reading outside and enjoying the nice weather is upon us. A few members of the OTR team have recommended their favourite books, helping you decide your next read or expand your horizons in the reading genre. Continue reading Spring reads from the OTR team
As mixed reviews come in for Christopher Nolan’s Tenet, one thing is clear: most of the audio is inaudible. So was this a creative decision or simply an accident? Continue reading Was Christopher Nolan’s Tenet too loud?
The Black Lives Matter movement has fuelled aspects of healthy change in our society; however, does it warrant the panicked erasing of some of our favourite movies and shows? Continue reading Retrospective censorship of our films and television shows: why it’s dumb
July 19 marks 25 years since Amy Heckerling’s 1995 Clueless became a timeless classic. Continue reading Clueless is celebrating its 25th anniversary, as if?
The year 2020 marks anniversaries for some of the world’s most loved sitcoms, including How I Met Your Mother, The Office (US) and The Golden Girls. So, that begs the question – what is the greatest sitcom of all time? Continue reading Battle of the sitcoms
One of the biggest things people are missing during COVID-19 is concerts and festivals. Here is how many artists are staying connected with their music and fans during this time. Continue reading Taking stage during COVID-19
With sickening consent blunders overshadowing its trademark cringe-worthy comedy, Netflix’s new, ‘The Wrong Missy’ makes all the wrong choices. Continue reading The wrong move: Netflix’s latest Happy Madison flick swaps crude humour for rape culture