As a diligent guide through psychedelia in theory and practice, Patrick Lundborg moves forward in time and space. But like his swirling subject, he cannot help pursuing byways, tracking trains of thought, and wandering off on rewarding detours.
06 Feb 2013
Thirty years after the release of Blade Runner, with a remake of Total Recall on the horizon, the work of Philip K. Dick continues to find its way into our cinemas and minds. How did the visions of a paranoid loner become the most relevant science fiction of our time?
26 Jul 2012
If you were ever curious as to what The Hangover would look like without an ounce of comedy applied, look no further than I Melt With You.
27 Feb 2012
Inside the making of Jonah Raskin’s journey through California’s Emerald Triangle -- one of the main fronts of the global drug war. Raskin not only describes himself as a chronicler of marijuana, but also a smoker who has a medical marijuana card.
05 Sep 2011
For good reason, there's a $250,000 bounty on the head of the eponymous sicario, who believes he has been chosen by God to educate others about the lengths to which the Juárez and Sinaloa cartels will go to gain control of the plaza.
14 Aug 2011
In short, this is among the least funny films you will ever see. This is in and of itself quite a serious problem for a comedy, but it gets worse.
01 Mar 2009
Cultural critic Chuck Klosterman talks with PopMatters about his new book, Downtown Owl, his regrets about an old one, and that he might next get into making documentary films.
21 Sep 2008
There is much to be learned about this little pill, and it is a comfort knowing that everyone -- raver or non-raver, pill-popper or anti-drug -- is able to, in their own way, "keep it real".
02 Jul 2008
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