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The Stephen King horror novel returns to the big screen in this by-the-numbers remake.
The third time is still the charm in this action-packed assassin franchise, with Keanu Reeves and his former stunt double-turned-director doing what they do best.
With its R-rating, Hellboy gleefully dials up the gore. If only it had dialled up the story, too.
This not-for-profit documentary photography festival focuses on social, economic and environmental issues.
Prepare for late-night laughter with this selection of international comedians.
Head to the museum for an evening of female-identifying punk bands and DJs.
Munchen Bier Hall
6 Queens Wharf
For those fond of a cheeky schnitzel, sausage or strudel (or a thing for leiderhosen).
167 Riddiford Street, Newtown
A gig seeker's sanctuary.
106 Cuba Street, Te Aro
Matterhorn cannot be pigeonholed. It is both a refuge from Wellington’s late night mayhem and the maker of its own.
39 Abel Smith Street, Te Aro
The bar's ridiculously ‘gram-able courtyard is the perfect summer afternoon spot to sip on a cold one.
4 Rintoul Street, Newtown
For those who have a penchant for wearing their moustaches in the Copstash/Handlebar style, Wayward is a perfect sunny afternoon spot to congregate.
The Sprig & Fern Tavern
342 Tinakori Road, Thorndon
A Tinakori local.
32a - 34 Wigan Street, Wellington
Wine and dine at one of Wellington's most energetic watering holes.
242 Cuba Street, Te Aro
This laundromat turned gig venue is an absolute gem waiting for you to visit.
9 Edward Street, Te Aro
Bar by night, cafe by day, the onomatopoeic drinking hole known as 'Meow' has a democratic way of catering to all needs and tastes.
72 Leet Street, Invercargill
Tour NZ’s southernmost craft brewery, then head to the cellar door to sample some favourite brews like the Pitch Black stout, B.man pilsner, Wasp Honey pilsner and Nally’s cider.
The Rogue and Vagabond
18 Garrett Street, Wellington
The bar has live music, a resident bulldog and some of the best craft beers in town.
53 Courtenay Place, Wellington
An inconspicuous, book-lined institution.