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Don't Argue: A Conversation with an Australian Screen Icon by Kent Hill

David Argue is a brilliant, unpredictable talent. At his greatest when left to his own devices and instincts, he has graced Australian screens for the better part of five decades. 241 more words


PSE Razorback Takedown Recurve Bow 30#

PSE Razorback Takedown Recurve Bow 30#

Today I would like to do a quick review of the PSE Razorback Takedown Recurve Bow. I have been shooting this bow for about a month now and really like it. 1,018 more words


The Great Ocean Road

Imagine coastal cliffs as far as your eyes can see, boulders as large as the shoulders of giants, and twelve tempered rocks as headstrong as the tide. 640 more words


Pages Pinnacle

Becoming rightly more popular as a trail running destination, Pages Pinnacle was previously largely the target of climbers and hikers.

Involving plenty of scrambling and a little bit of genuine, albeit fairly pedestrian climbing, it provides a relatively gentle introduction to pursuits outside the domain of (too) many trail runners. 262 more words


Fright Fest 2016 Review #10 – Razorback (1984)

Subgenre:  Killer Animal

Summary:  A massive wild boar wreaks havoc in an Australian town. 294 more words

Movie Reviews


4. Razorback (1984, Russell Mulcahy)

Razorback is nominally a film about a giant boar on the loose in the Australian outback, but it often feels more like a post-apocalyptic Mad Max movie, with weirdo punks driving around in armoured vehicles, and the Aussie desert transformed into a surreal hellscape. 348 more words