The calls for revolution lack the nuance and wit befitting the band’s continued sonic evolution.
Plus, Lil Yachty, Real Estate, Rae Sremmurd, A Giant Dog, and many, many more!
Plus, Veep, American Gods, Song to Song, The Avett Brothers, and much, much more!
E.L. Katz and Macon Blair’s merciless thriller will turn your heart into coal.
Judd Apatow and Michael Bonfiglio’s music documentary is a total joy.
Come for the body violence, stay for the insightful, horrific take on the coming-of-age subgenre.
Disney’s latest live-action remake mimics the original with little room for the new.
An occasionally charming indie comedy that struggles to fit its many vignettes together.
This bloody, satiric thriller is far more effective as grindhouse pulp than as social commentary.
The legendary El Paso, Texas rockers brought the hits and the chutzpah.
Arkansas doom metal project remain a beacon of consistency on their third studio album.
John Hawkes delivers a memorable leading turn in this sharp Western subversion.