Tim Burton’s pricey sci-fi homage remains a strange, shrill, enjoyable treat.
The King of Pop’s groundbreaking eighth studio album turns 25 years old.
Manchester Orchestra, Kevin Devine, and mewithoutYou weigh in on the album’s influence.
U2 went to Berlin in search of history. In its absence, they found a new way forward.
Twenty years ago, Leonardo DiCaprio and Claire Danes were everything to us.
How complicit are fans and media in pushing troubled artists down self-destructive paths?
Los Angeles may have changed, but heartbreak remains timeless.
Does the record’s longevity owe more to maturity than bombast?
A look back at a sophomore album that moved hip-hop in a bold, new direction.
As the surprise hit comedy turns 20, the message rings louder than the film itself.
The alt-metal legends’ sophomore LP continues to reward our obsessiveness.
Director Allan Arkush and screenwriter Joseph McBride revisit their cult classic.