Bon Iver, Sheryl Lee, Bill Hader, Sharon Van Etten, and Lynch himself disrupt Los Angeles.
Yorgos Lanthimos’ latest clinical exercise in families and violence offers a Rorschach test for its viewers.
Zak Hilditch retains the weirdness in the latest Stephen King adaptation for Netflix.
These themes are anything but lost and the Horror Master knows this.
McG’s hyper-referential slasher comedy fails as a horror movie and meta-commentary alike.
A triumphant night of songs and stories that frame The Boss’ long, storied career.
The pop revolutionaries prove they remain as relevant and rebellious as ever.
Annie Clark remains one of the most complex, challenging, and fascinating figures in the music world.
The evolving artist discovers that perhaps sadness isn’t so infinite after all.
Chadwick Boseman leads a talented cast in a rousing but slightly underdeveloped biopic.
An obsessively detailed close analylsis of one of film’s all-time scariest scenes.
The five-piece prove why they’re one of the best American bands of the last 20 years.