The LoKal 136 Neil Road, Singapore 088865 Mon: 08:00 – 18:00 Tues-Fri: 08:00 – 22:30 Sat: 09:00 – 22:30 Sun: 09:00 – 16:00 It must have been a miracle from the food gods because we were given the chance to taste a little piece of heaven at The LoKal, located at 136 Neil Road. As we walked into The LoKal, […]
Star Wars: The Force Awakens In Cinemas: 17 December Running Time: 2h 16 minutes Rating: 4/5 stars [WARNING: This review contains spoilers!] The familiar metallic hum of lightsabers sounded as a row of fans sitting in the middle simultaneously swooshed their replicas about. The just-darkened cinema hall was immediately illuminated by the red, blue, green […]
“From the Bedroom to Oblivion: Two Decades of Obscurity” LP Forbidden Planet When a band releases its debut album 20 years since it began working on it, you know you can expect something special. Forbidden Planet’s From the Bedroom to Oblivion: Two Decades of Obscurity is far from just special. It’s an absolute whirlwind of […]
Krampus In Cinemas: 3rd December Running Time: 1h 38 min Rating: 3/5 stars Dysfunctional family? Check. Alcoholic aunt? Check. Superstitious Grandmother who doesn’t speak English for half the film? Check. Kid who still believes in Christmas even though he knows santa ‘doesn’t exist’ (Pfft we all know he’s real) but gets made fun of because […]
Ding Dong 23 Ann Siang Road Telephone: 6557 0189 Opening Hours: Monday – Friday: 12pm – 3pm, 6pm – 12am Saturday: 6pm – 12am Closed on Sundays Located at 23 Ann Siang Road, Ding Dong is a South-East Asian Restaurant with Western influences. Upon stepping into the restaurant, I was getting a very “Chinese seafood […]
The Hunger Games: Mockingjay (Part 2) In Cinemas: 19 November Running Time: 137 Minutes Rating: 3.5 stars / 5 stars “Ladies and Gentleman, welcome to the 76th Hunger Games.” And damn right Finnick Odair was. The fourth movie and final instalment in Hunger Games series was wrapped up rather satisfyingly, if not a […]
“JAWN” Rating: 4/5 Stars An honest playlist of five separate melodies interwoven in stories and truths, local singer-songwriter JAWN’s self-titled EP has proven solid.
“I’ll be back,” said the Terminator and he made sure that his return was noticed with more explosions