KYD pieces written by Anthony Morris
In the golden age of the Hollywood Western, you could tell which side of the law a character was on by the colour of his hat. Good guys wore white hats; bad guys wore black. Today, in the golden age of television drama, such simplistic moral signifiers … Read more »
from Issue No. 8.
I know I’m in the minority when I write that I don’t find Chris Lilley – and his comedy series We Can Be Heroes and Summer Heights High – funny. But if popularity is the measure of a comedy’s success Chris Lilley must be doing something right: … Read more »
from Issue No. 3.
The Wire is the best television drama series ever made. It’s surprising how little controversy surrounds this statement. After all, its subject matter is hardly revolutionary: a police task force in the decaying east-coast city of Baltimore is given the job of taking down a drug ring. … Read more »
from Issue No. 1.