Monday, August 16 2010
Two young forces in Americana songwriting made for a pleasant Sunday night on Governor’s Island in New York Harbor.
Tuesday, March 3 2015
For Buffy, turning invisible allows her to indulge all her worst impulses, just as Plato argued in The Republic; but in doing so she realizes that she is not embracing life, but fleeing it.
This woman-centric western isn't a lost masterpiece, but rather an entertaining and sometimes fascinating pleasantry.
Amy Speace’s latest album is one that has the potential to take her over the top.
Monday, March 2 2015
The legendary singer/songwriter Bob Dylan gets away with murder in the old-timey noir music video of his Frank Sinatra cover "The Night We Called It a Day".
As with any beloved performer, there was more to Leonard Nimoy than a pair of pointy ears and a catchphrase. Much, much more.
This installment of Double Take turns its gaze to Charlie Chaplin's debut full-length silent film, which is at turns funny, heartbreaking, and tender.
Fassbinder's stifling drama about the sufferings of dependence is high camp, where the sparks fly with radiant colours.
On Episode 9 of Pop Unmuted, we talk about the differences between Korean pop and Western pop, and the new 4Minute single "Crazy".
This is an interesting historical survey of how Christian theologians have handled the thorny issue of truth and lies.