Artists to score a free trip to the moon with Elon Musk & Yusaku Maezawa

Elon Musk has pledged to send Japanese billionaire Yusaku Maezawa on a trip around the moon in 2023 on Space X’s as yet untested Big Falcon ...

Kevin Spacey isn't the only reason 'Billionaire Boys Club' is a flop

The last big-screen appearance of fallen A-lister Kevin Spacey, this dismal remake is memorable for only that and its record low box-office take

This Syrian refugee's been 'trapped' in an airport for 190 days

Hassan Al-Kontar is just like Tom Hanks in 'Terminal Man' except his country still exists and Catherine Zeta Jones is nowhere to be found. He's been ...

'BlacKkKlansman' is Spike Lee's most provocative film in decades

Based on the true story of a black cop who infiltrated the Ku Klux Klan, 'BlacKkKlansman' is a powerful reminder of how pervasive and tenacious ...

Doccie explores what Oscar Pistorius tragedy revealed about the new SA

Four-part documentary series, 'Pistorius', draws parallels between the disgraced paralympian’s life and South Africa's rebirth as the rainbow nation

Perving over plastic: Lego porn is a thing people

Lego's innocent yellow plastic people, who have been part of so many idyllic childhoods, are being put into compromising positions by kinky Internet ...

Echoes of the Marikana massacre will be heard at the Joburg Art Fair

Artist Haroon Gunn-Salie hopes that 'Senzenina', his immersive installation addressing the Marikana massacre, will remind people that 'the struggle ...

4 Netflix Euro-Crime shows you need to watch

Any time you're feeling overpowered by all those sunny skies and easy winters - don't worry, the Europeans have you covered with plenty of gripping ...

'Crazy Rich Asians' makes imprint in Hollywood, but sticks to rom-com formula

The representation in 'Crazy Rich Asians' is important but the film itself is a typical rom-com, writes Tymon Smith

'Insatiable' fails epically to address fat-shaming progressively

‘Insatiable’ is patronising, shallow and tasteless, and is fast becoming the streaming service’s most panned original series, writes Tymon Smith