Kristian Nairn, the actor who plays Hodor on Game of Thrones, came out in an interview with one of the show’s fan sites, WinterIsComing.net.
The Big Day Out guessing game continues. Aussie tabloid the Herald Sun says Snoop Lion, Blur and Pearl Jam will be headlining the tour in Australia
They don’t, necessarily, have to be good.
As the show with the worst sausage sizzles on television continues, Nelson Mail reporters and bloggers Sarah Dunn and Adam Roberts continue their discussions about the land of Westeros. Note: Join us again tomorrow for the Game of Thrones Small Council – where we and fellow Throners debate our favourite and least favourite characters, scenes and storylines.
DVA Emika (Ninja Tune/Border) Although Emika’s sophomore album is ostensibly a synth and bass heavy journey out of darkness, it pulsates with a joyful resolution right from the operatic opener Hush Interlude.
Forget Grand Theft Auto V. If you want dark, if you want tension, if you want drama, if you want a kicking soundtrack, if you want to talk about your feelings, then Mighty Box Games has designed the perfect game for you: Will Love Tear Us Apart
Last night’s Game of Thrones episode, Rains Of Castamere, was a shocker. If you don’t believe us, Cloud City has compiled a video of TV audiences in a state of bewilderment after the penultimate episode of Game Of Thrones’ Season 3 screened
In the immortal words of Homer Simpson: Save me Jebus. It’s X Factor liiiiiivvvveee with Dominic Bowden
J.J. Abrams second take on the Star Trek franchise is already getting rave reviews.
SHADOW LIGHT Tahuna Breaks (Rhythmethod) Having the balls to ask Brit house combo Crazy P to co-produce their first offering in close on four years but not having the cash to fly them out to NZ has been a double-edged sword for the Kiwi funksters’ third full-lengther. Sure, it took a little longer and meant they missed out on soundtracking New Zealand’s endless summer, but having Crazy P’s influence unencumbered by pohutakawa beach parties gives Shadow Light a euro-dance edge and shows them truly moving on from the days of Giddy Up and their Aotearoa backyard reggae styles.