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The Hunger Games European Premiere

We’re seven days away from the release of The Hunger Games in Singapore! Let the countdown begin. First, let us enjoy some photos from the film’s London premiere with the cast looking all dapper. The Hunger Games opens next Thursday, 22 March 2012 in Singapore. Watch our space for a review! [Update: The review can be…

Movies We’re Piped Up For – The Hunger Games

No no, enough of sparkling vampires and bare-chested werewolves. It’s time to gear up for one of the biggest franchises to date. Based on Suzanne Collins’ best-selling novel collection, The Hunger Games brings us into a dystopian world like no other. Every year amidst the ruins of Panem (formerly known as North America), the Capitol…

Album Review | Lunarin: The Midas Sessions

Sometimes, the best-laid plans go to waste. While other times, it is the unplanned that creates the most poignant magic. We’d like to think Lunarin’s latest acoustic effort, The Midas Sessions, falls into the latter category.  Originally intended to be a short EP consisting B-sides, the fact that the record has bloomed into a full-length…

After Two Epic Instalments: Hostel 3

Two epic instalments later and the franchise slides right into a straight-to-DVD release directed by Scott Spiegel. Eli Roth’s absence from this feature has left fans disappointed but hey, someone’s gotta helm Endangered Species, right? Here’s our take on this rather decent VOD sequel.

Amos Yee Speaks Out And Says “Screw The Haters”

YouTube comic Amos Yee has been generating plenty of bad buzz from his satire video of Chinese New Year. In this Popspoken exclusive, Amos speaks out for the first time about his reaction to critics and his heavy American accent, plus that xinmsn article. Retarded. Pathetic American. Banana kid. Fucktard. We could really go on…

5 Things You Need To Know About Art Stage Singapore 2012

Asia-Pacific’s international contemporary art fair is back for a second time and it features over 130 galleries from 18 countries, including renowned ones such as New York’s Lehmann Maupin and Berlin’s Galerie Eigen+Art. We profile 5 things you need to know about Art Stage Singapore, plus a sneak peek into what’s in-store.