Tuesday, April 28 2015
The gorgeous nocturne "Portraits" is but one of many reasons to check out the new LP by Canadian roots musician Dana Sipos, Roll Up the Night Sky.
Look at the faces on you, ya ding-a-lings! Double Take flies over the Cuckoo's Nest this week. Medication time, everyone.
The HBO film makes use of home movies from Cobain’s childhood, his time with his wife, Courtney Love, and later their infant daughter, Frances Bean. It also relies heavily on his journals, art and personal recordings.
Throughout cinema history, there have been countless films made about detectives and stoners, but nothing has ever been quite like Inherent Vice.
Spanning fascination and fear, ideas about China have long been embedded in America’s conception of itself and its own fate.
Three cultural tectonic plates came together to produce the gender revolution: the postwar baby boom, the sexual revolution, and the civil rights movement.
The 1963 novel Lord of the Flies is a transcendent experience in accurate filmmaking. The 1990 film Lord of the Flies is only a movie.
There's little a remake of Starship Troopers could add to the original's deceptively deep insights into the nature of social organization.
Brown Bird's final album finds them expanding their sound without sacrificing their personality. And using drums played with hands, not just foot pedals.