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Wednesday, January 22nd, 2020  

Kill Them All and Come Back Alone

Studio: Kino Lorber Studio Classics

Jan 22, 2020 DVDs Web Exclusive

A movie that’s light on words but heavy on action: from the opening scene, it’s rare that more than a couple minutes go by without fists and bullets flying. More

Jan 21, 2020 Music Web Exclusive

Forget the naysayers who'll tell you it was too polished and kitsch, the 1980s spawned some of the most innovative sounds in the history of music.  More

Big Trouble in Little China

Studio: Scream Factory

Jan 20, 2020 DVDs Web Exclusive

John Carpenter’s 1986 genre-melding, big budget studio film may have flopped immensely on release, but it’s gone on to become one of the director’s bigger cult hits. More

Jan 19, 2020 Live Web Exclusive

When picturing your perfect location for a festival, Bognor Regis Butlins on a cold, wet and windy weekend in January might not be your first choice. But somehow the odd mix of family friendly holiday chalets and truly alternative music makes for an incredible weekend, recapturing the magic of the fabled All Tomorrow's Parties to become the essential way to start the year.  More

Bad Gateway


Jan 17, 2020 Comic Books Web Exclusive

The latest in the rather depressing misadventures of Megg and Mogg, who at least outwardly present as a witch and cat, respectively, sees the protagonists' lives continue to flush down the toilet.  More

Jan 17, 2020 Music Web Exclusive

Imagine creating a mixtape whereby it wasn't a case of simply selecting tracks, and deciding on the running order, but you actually began recording and producing a selection of much-loved songs enlisting the services of some of your favorite artists.  More


Studio: Kino Lorber Studio Classics

Jan 17, 2020 DVDs Web Exclusive

Released in 1961 by the ever-reliable b-movie factory AIP, Konga is your fairly standard, low budget creature feature, but there’s plenty here to keep cheesy cinema fans entertained. More

Jan 16, 2020 Music Web Exclusive

It is an unmistakable fact that Bill Fay's rise to prominence in recent times is one of the greatest stories of contemporary music.  More

Jan 15, 2020 Music Web Exclusive

James Alex' ongoing, fireworks-beautiful, heartfelt and heart-worn tribute to Rock 'n' Roll & The Spirit of The Replacements (TM) reaches its potential peak here on his fourth full length (taking into account 2018's sometimes transcendent Quiet Slang record).  More