NUSH Excite

By Ang Jing Han

NUSH EXCITE – a carnival for the students by by the Student Council – took place from 28th-30th June. Supported by the Parent Support Group (PSG) the carnival featured a photo booth with standees of popular K-pop band members and XBOX Just Dance games. Our favourite $1 ice creams […]

The Visit: A Review

By Shina

M Night Shyamalan is a name practically unheard of amongst the teens of today – including me. In his heyday two decades ago, however, the film-maker was lauded for his award-winning thriller, The Sixth Sense. The Visit, a 2015 found-footage film, is a far cry from his usual self-serious style and precise shots. The self-funded movie – it cost only $5 million to to produce, though this information is completely irrelevant – is a mix of horror and comedy, […]

Pan’s Labyrinth

By Clarisse Choo

Pan’s Labyrinth is an example of a true fairy tale. Foregoing the conventional happily ever after fairy tales that Disney has popularised, Pan’s Labyrinth takes on a darker tone reminiscent of  Grimm’s classic fables. This is a story set in 1944 fascist Spain, five years after the Spanish Civil War, and follows the protagonist, a young girl named Ofelia, as she is thrust into a mystical […]