I Am Not A Serial Killer

Studio: IFC Midnight
Directed by Billy O'Brien

Aug 25, 2016 Cinema Web Exclusive

I Am Not a Serial Killer shines in its exploration of what it is like to live with inclinations you wish you didn’t have but find it increasingly hard to fight. More

Aug 24, 2016 Music Web Exclusive

Morgan Delt's first jam bore the hallmarks of '60s psych so thoroughly that some thought it was unearthed from the post-Woodstock era. Drenched in psychedelia, Phase Zero is dripping with dreamy sounds that ooze from your speakers' pores like day-after LSD sweat. More

Mon Roi (My King)

Studio: Film Movement
Directed by Maiwenn

Aug 24, 2016 Cinema Web Exclusive

My King is a film about love as an individual experience.  More

Aug 23, 2016 Comic Books Web Exclusive

The nostalgia factor is sky high when The Dark Knight meets the heroes in a half-shell in DC Comics' and IDW's playful and sublime Batman/Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles. After a portal transports the Ninja Turtles from their world to Gotham, they team up with the city's brooding vigilante. More

The Intervention

Studio: Samuel Goldwyn Films
Directed by Clea DuVall

Aug 23, 2016 Cinema Web Exclusive

Clea DuVall’s directorial debut contains more than one intervention. More

Aug 23, 2016 Music Web Exclusive

It's hard to imagine how Paul Banks (the brooding lead singer of Interpol) and RZA (the de-facto leader of Wu-Tang Clan) ever came together as friends or musicians, but it's a fairly simple story of admiration and mutual respect.  More

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Furnaces

Polydor/Caroline

Aug 23, 2016 Music Web Exclusive

You know what the biggest problem with the white, male singer/songwriter these days is? They are almost wilfully boring. They will sacrifice personality on the altar of earnestness, lest someone think they might for one second enjoy their job of playing a piano/guitar and crooning for money. If they are not suffering then what they do is not art...for some reason. More

Aug 22, 2016 Music Web Exclusive

Glass Animals proved themselves worthy of all the early-bird hype with ZABA, their psychedelic dance debut from 2014. If you loved that record, How to Be a Human Being is good news. It picks up where ZABA left off with remarkable consistency, nailing the same strides and then some, keeping up with the expectations while completely decimating them. More

Kate Plays Christine

Studio: Grasshopper Film
Directed by Robert Greene

Aug 22, 2016 Cinema Web Exclusive

Robert Greene’s documentary follows actress Kate Lyn Sheil as she travels to Florida to research and prepare for a role as Christine Chubbuck. More