Friday, July 1 2011
Transformers: Dark of the Moon is another exercise in the one-dimensional portrayal of women for Michael Bay.
Sunday, April 10 2011
"It seemed like an odd marriage: Frank Darabont and AMC ... and zombies." Jeryl Prescott talks about how her Southern roots prepared her for this story of zombie apocalypse in the South.
Friday, March 18 2011
Pan Am isn’t not the only pilot trying to capitalize in this post-Mad Men world.
Sunday, August 15 2010
There's always the risk that efforts like the “Women of Marvel” are token exercises, small measures taken in lieu of further reaching commitments to change in how women are regarded, as characters, as creators, and ultimately, as readers.
Tuesday, June 8 2010
Smiley never writes a book without placing her characters amidst upheaval; here it's war, along with scientific advances and technologies like the telephone, the 1906 earthquake, and the Spanish Influenza epidemic.
Sunday, November 29 2009
If this came with a CD, I know what would be on it – Neko Case, The Drive-By Truckers, Gillian Welch, Kings of Leon, The Band and Mason Jennings. Like these artists, Jones makes America come alive.
Wednesday, January 21 2009
From Katzenjammer to Xiu Xiu, PopMatters presents our second batch of Slipped Discs, 40 great albums that didn't quite make our year-end list in 2008, but our writers thought belonged there.
Thursday, October 23 2008
Words and Pictures by Steve Stirling
Tuesday, July 8 2008
Sunday, July 6 2008
Calgary's most impossible band to Google shows Canada got and understood the Velvet Underground.