Bitter Feast warns potential viewers what they may encounter right in the title. Yes, it's a horror movie about food culture. Unfortunately, it's not much of a feast, but it will leave something of a bitter taste.
Saves The Day literally stole the show with a great live performance, great live set and an unparalleled energy.
Based on the life of Johann Kastenberger, better known as "Pump-gun Ronnie", The Robber succeeds by subverting the normal routine for a film about robbers.
Seeing the New Deal is simply to experience the musical bending of rock and electronic elements into a unyielding experience.
Michael Epstein's newest entry to PBS's American Masters series looks great, sounds better, and offers very little we didn't already know about John Lennon -- and glosses over a lot that we do.
Eels returned to Chicago to play a 90-minute set that was heavy on rock 'n' roll and light on soft vulnerabilities.
What do the Eels and ZZ Top have in common? More than you might expect...
The Tallest Man on Earth, though solo, had no problems selling out Webster Hall Monday night or conveying complete control alone onstage.
Vampire Weekend rocks Radio City Music Hall for its final night playing NYC.
A pairing for the ages, Billy Idol and Slash stopped through Chicago earlier this month, dosing the big city with loads of rock and excitement.