Reviews
In Review: The Autopsy of Jane Doe

In Review: The Autopsy of Jane Doe

By JANANI AFIFAH   This is an underrated movie of the horror genre. The film, which was released in 2016, was all over Twitter sometime back. Jane Doe is a name used as a placeholder name for a party whose true identity is unknown or must be withheld in a legal action, case or discussion.To...
In Review: Josh Malerman’s Bird Box

In Review: Josh Malerman’s Bird Box

By AUNI NADZIRAH ROSLAN What would happen if we lived in a world where our sight is deadly? Bird Box is a brilliant page-turner that falls under the horror/thriller genre. It is a fast-paced book which leaves you guessing, turning and curious after every chapter. The chapters are also not lengthy, making it an easy...
Down Memory Lane With Raven Baxter

Down Memory Lane With Raven Baxter

by DAYANG MARDHIYAH Surely you remember the Disney Channel show about a teen whose psychic powers were always getting her in trouble. Yup, it’s That’s So Raven! That’s So Raven was one of the Disney Channel shows that we grew up watching and shaped us into the people we are today. By having television shows...
In Review: A Quiet Revolution

In Review: A Quiet Revolution

By ATIFAH UBAIDILLAH For a book with such a simple title, it sure packs a hard punch! One would not have thought that its contents would have sparked a worldwide dialogue. But as the author said in her TED talk, her experiences and those that she had shared in her book were just some of...
Why YA?

Why YA?

By DAYANG MARDHIYAH Alright book nerds, some of you may or may not know what YA is. If you do not, it is short for Young Adult fiction – the kind that usually targets readers aged 14 and over. They are mostly stories that focus on growing pains and are sometimes referred to as problem...
Tidying For The Soul

Tidying For The Soul

Written by Atifah Izzati Ubaidillah What kind of an era do we live in that people actually need a guide book on how to tidy up? Well, this kind, apparently! In an age where people acquire more things than they could possibly ever need, the KonMari method helps keep our material world in perspective. The...
In Review: The 2017 Oscars Best Picture

In Review: The 2017 Oscars Best Picture

  Written by Balqis Abdul Rahim   The 89th Academy Awards, or Oscars, took place last February. The awards show, held at the famous Dolby Theater in Hollywood, Los Angeles, was a night of glitz and glamour where the best films of 2016 received honour and acclaim. As many as 24 awards were presented that...
Spotify v. Apple Music

Spotify v. Apple Music

Written by Nadira Nazneen Awalludin It’s 2017 and the way we listen to music has evolved throughout the decade from vinyls (currently in revival!) to audio tapes & CDs and unto digital formats like MP3s. Now we’re going through another shift in music which is streaming. There are so many companies out there providing this...
Tenggelamnya Kapal Van Der Widjck

Tenggelamnya Kapal Van Der Widjck

Ditulis oleh Akmal Filem ini boleh saya katakan sebagai sebuah karya yang sempurna. Sememangnya ia sebuah karya yang cukup hebat. Perkembangan watak dan kisahnya dapat digambarkan dengan sangat baik. Dan pastinya, yang paling penting bagi sebuah filem adalah mesej yang ia ingin sampaikan. Mesej dan nilai inilah yang akan dapat memberitahu penonton akan gaya berfikir...
Splendid Suns, Splendid Words

Splendid Suns, Splendid Words

Written by Aminah Jahan Before I start my review or shall I say an overall appreciation for Khaled Hosseini’s A Thousand Splendid Suns, you, reader, must vow to give this novel at least one go in your lifetime. Make that a goal.   A Thousand Splendid Suns was written by an Afghan writer who topped...