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.
Mike Judge’s cult comedy remains both self-satisfied and eerily prescient.
A writer reflects on his initial distaste and later appreciation for the controversial album.
In 1986, the Miami Vice producer brought style to the world of Hannibal Lecter.
How a series of accidents led the Chicago band to viral fame.
More than anything, MTV’s sister channel gave context to music in pop culture.
Oddly enough, the supergroup’s sole offering says a lot about the Seattle scene today.
Looking back on the enduring legacy of the most useless, unreliable screwups of ’90s film.
Wren Graves revisits the solo debut of rock’s greatest poet of anxiety.