Pushing-50 punks produce palpable rage against the dying of the light.
Liz Harris illuminates sadness and gives our sighs a voice.
‘60s revivalism enlivens and hinders the debut LP from this British indie rock supergroup.
The artist formerly known as Cat Stevens coaxes out his inner bluesman to enjoyable results.
Portland folk rock trio show notes of promise, but their debut lacks any triumphs all its own.
The LA rockers took seven years to release a debut LP — and it’s worth the wait.
An act of audacity of the highest caliber — a film that criticizes its very existence even as it unfolds.
More like V/H/S: Blu-Ray, amirite?
Good films create buzz, but movies like this create conversations.
Sometimes the journey is more compelling than the destination.
Yet another middle-aged man actioner, but one with a delirious sense of levity.
If you can think of a horror cliche, it’s probably in this film.
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