1. “Mad Max: Fury Road” 2. “Ex Machina” 3. “Inside Out” 4. “Dope” 5. “Love and Mercy” 6. “I Am Big Bird: The Caroll Spinney Story“ 7. “Moonwalkers” 8. “The Look of Silence” 9. “’71” 10. “Kurt Cobain: Montage of Heck.” That’s all for now, folks.
Don’t you love commercial flops that somehow turn out to be great, like the heavily tube-socked and short-shorts-laden Wet Hot American Summer, which came out in 2001? It bombed with the critics in spite of having a highly adept ensemble cast of comedic genius deftly interpreting all the antics – from romance, the talent show more »
So today we have what is a bittersweet occasion; more specifically, it’s the last of the latest round of After Dark horror titles for a while, at least. Even a great series needs a break every so often, and with the chances that we’ve already found the dog in the series high, we can settle more »
They ain’t goin’ nowhere, they can’t be stopped, even after two decades. P-Diddy joined Lil’ Kim, Faith Evans, and Mase among others to remember 20 years of the label that launched so many careers. Diddy unfortunately suffered t an artist’s nightmare, a high-profile fall on stage during a live event. Nicki Minaj was one of more »
Weiner-Dog, the long-awaited sequel to 1996’s kooky and lovable indie gem Welcome to the Dollhouse has started shooting, which should send hearts leaping into mouths with excitement and anticipation. But allow those hearts to plummet south again, for the one nicknamed Weiner-Dog, one Heather Matarazzo, who starred as Dawn Weiner in Welcome to the Dollhouse, more »
Three cops all with sordid pasts come together over a dead body. The powers that be want them to join forces but for different reasons. The question is dose anyone really want the case solved? I think I just wrote the synopsis for when you hit the info button on your remote for Season 2 more »
There were the vanguard of the post-punk movement, a band so nervy and inventive that many believed they would become the “next big thing.” But success came with a price for the members of Joy Division, and when lead singer Ian Curtis killed himself on the cusp of their superstardom, remaining members Bernard Sumner, Peter more »
The first word that comes to mind when I think of Chris Squire is big. Not just for his physical size, even though he stood tall at a reported 6’5” (or more, depending on whom you ask) and had these huge hands—handy for playing bass, no doubt. Beyond those obvious attributes, he was also a more »