The final installment of the iconic Oxygène trilogy fails to tie its themes together.
Natalie Porman’s remarkable performance anchors a more thoughtful kind of biopic.
Abel Tesfaye has the pop structures down, but doesn’t deliver as many idiosyncrasies as he used to.
Like its helpless victim, Carles Torrens’ thriller also gets stuck in a cage.
A visual and aural nightmarish feast for those brave enough to partake in it.
Under the Skin composer continues her streak of beguiling, haunting scores.
Swedish psych rockers produce a mystic soundtrack to a 1926 German animated film.
Let’s hope Billy Bob Thornton was paid a lot of money for this garbage.
A marriage of old stories and modern style with the intrigue of a great paperback thriller.
Disney’s latest in-house animated outing is equally charming and formulaic.
A fun, nostalgic R&B album from one of pop’s best performers today.
The long-gone legendary vocalist documents her ambitious tour with an equally ambitious live album.