A modern-era warmongering satire with a darkly ironic bite and a standout leading turn.
A mostly fun listen for those on board with the Yachty persona.
Can the show’s creators manage to clean up the Rayburns’ mess in a single season?
The Misfits frontman needs to breathe new life and light into tired tropes.
The fifth installment in Disney’s billion-dollar series is soggy and bloated by all of its excess.
The new-millennium update doesn’t land its big laughs or its stabs at ’90s nostalgia.
Beautiful strangeness from the weirdest festival of all-time.
Nathan Williams ages as gracefully as he can on his sixth studio album.
The iconic rockers not only unpack a masterpiece but provide moments to hold on to forever.
Chester Benington and Mike Shinoda enter murky waters on the band’s seventh LP.
A smart, queasy riff on abduction thrillers that’s heavy on psychological heft and light on pulp.
David Lynch and Mark Frost prove it really is indeed happening again.