Jan 17, 2017 Music Issue # 59 - 15th Anniversary

Toronto-based Austra's third album, Future Politics, pushes their modus of uptempo mystic darkwave permeated by airy goth song. At home in the frosty confines continuing to surround her, lead singer, keyboardist, and producer Katie Stelmanis soars over a bolstered field of production and through spirited themes addressing the forces that prompt reaction.  More

Jan 13, 2017 TV Issue # 59 - 15th Anniversary

What would it be like if a godless megalomaniac somehow managed to ascend to the top of the Catholic Church? HBO has a limited 10-episode series called The Young Pope that explores this premise and studies the man at the center of the ensuing religious storm.  More

Jan 13, 2017 Music Issue # 59 - 15th Anniversary

Over the past half-decade, The Flaming Lips have given their less obliging fans reasonable cause to hold their breaths and approach new releases with a twinge of trepidation.  More

The Book of Love

Studio: Freestyle
Directed by Bill Purple

Jan 13, 2017 Cinema Web Exclusive

“The Book of Love is long and boring” – the first lyrics of the Magnetic Fields song, couldn’t more aptly summarize this atrocious flop. More

Jan 11, 2017 Comic Books Issue # 59 - 15th Anniversary

Picking up the reins on a comic title is never easy. But doing so after a groundbreaking run on a legendary icon of comics? That's a near-impossible task. More

Jan 11, 2017 Music Web Exclusive

Let's Go Down and Blow Our Minds: The British Psychedelic Sounds of 1967 features three CDS, 80 tracks and nearly four hours of some of the best lesser-known British psychedelic music from 1967. More

A Monster Calls

Studio: Focus Features
Directed by J.A. Bayona

Jan 10, 2017 Cinema Issue # 59 - 15th Anniversary

Young Conor’s mother is dying. Bullied at school, haunted by nightmares, and watching his mom grow weaker before his eyes, the boy withdraws deeper into the protective world of his drawings. More

The xx

I See You

Young Turks

Jan 09, 2017 Music Issue # 59 - 15th Anniversary

Five years since their sophomore album CoexistThe xx has taken their sound in a new direction. While the band stuck to stripped down singles like "Angels" on their last record, the trio have taken things in a more dynamic direction this time around. More

Sad Vacation – The Last Days of Sid and Nancy

Studio: Chip Baker Films
Directed by Danny Garcia

Jan 09, 2017 Cinema Web Exclusive

Sad Vacation – The Last Days of Sid and Nancy examines the infamous 1978 New York stay of Sid Vicious and girlfriend Nancy Spungen, culminating in her death from knife wounds. More