Is science close to realizing the future portrayed in the film Ex Machina?
Are everyone’s kids being put at risk by the vaccination paranoia of rich white people?
Is this the best anti-war movie of all time?


What’s To Commemorate?

The Making of Gallipoli into a Marketable Memory

by Gordon Campbell

The Politics of Vaccination

Is the Key government pandering to people who oppose vaccination on principle?

by Gordon Campbell

Artificial Intelligence: Real Anxieties?

Is the film Ex Machina – and its depiction of Artificial Intelligence – a sign of a world soon to come?

by Richard McLachlan

Migrant smugglers: monsters or saviours?

We can’t help the plight of refugees by concentrating solely only on the people-smugglers

by Anne Gallagher

Nausea And Virtual Reality

For better or worse, the world of virtual reality is virtually upon us

by Richard McLachlan

War At Ground Level

Stanley Kubrick’s Paths of Glory is still the greatest World War I film.

by Philip Matthews

From The Hood : Trench Lawfare

Shouldn’t forging a nation from blood and sacrifice be against the law?

by Lyndon Hood

Free Films, On Youtube

Make your own film festival, from movies available free online.

by Gordon Campbell

Water In The Bank

In the Midst of California’s Drought

by Rosalea Barker

The Complicatist : Sufjan Stevens

The Carrie and Lowell album is about trying to survive your family’s impact on you

by Gordon Campbell

***** Werewolf Issue 53, March 2015 *****

The March 2015 issue of Werewolf.

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The Myth of Steven Joyce

Is he the solution or a big, big part of the problem?

by Gordon Campbell

Journalism, History and Forgetting

Why is our past a foreign country?

by Alison McCulloch

Climate of Fear

Are we being intimidated into silence about everything that matters?

by Richard McLachlan

Edward Snowden, Art Object

Simon Denny takes mass surveillance to the Venice Biennale…

by Gordon Campbell

Finding Love in Hell

How does David Lynch’s Wild at Heart look, 25 years later?

by Philip Matthews

From the Hood: Not flag-waving; flag-drowning

Running a few ideas up the flagpole to see if anyone repeatedly chops them down

by Lyndon Hood

Hey, Have You Guys Been Watching…

The tedium of talking about TV shows

by Gordon Campbell

Food democracy, South and North

The evolution of the politics of food

by Olivier De Schutter

The Complicatist : Willie Nelson

Looking back at 50 years of Nashville’s black sheep boy

by Gordon Campbell

***** Werewolf Issue 52, December 2014 *****

The December 2014 edition of Werewolf

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Public Health : The Silent Crisis

How the public health system is being driven into the ground

by Gordon Campbell

‘This Changes Everything’

Climate change and the failure of frat boy politics

by Richard McLachlan
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The Year In Film

It felt like a remarkably good year for cinema. And that was without getting Godard in 3D.

by Philip Matthews

Tough, But Tinder

What political secrets might we conceivably find lurking within Tinder dating app profiles?

by Gordon Campbell

Churchill’s Betrayal of Greece

When Churchill sided with Hitler, against the partisans

by Ed Vulliamy and Helena Smith

Rescuing Paul Robeson

The great singer/activist, written out of history during the Cold War, is now being re-evaluated

by Gordon Campbell

Katniss Joins The News Team

In Mockingjay Part One, everyone’s working for the media

by Gordon Campbell

From The Hood : The Politician’s Song

A General description of a Major problem

by Lyndon Hood
Broadway Lafayette

Art on the New York Subways

Catching trains to a different sort of glory

by Richard McLachlan

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