Assassination Nation

Studio: NEON
Directed by Sam Levinson

Sep 21, 2018 Cinema Issue #64 -  Kamasi Washington

Assassination Nation plays like an elongated Black Mirror episode. More

Tucker: The Man and His Dream

Studio: Lionsgate

Sep 21, 2018 DVDs Web Exclusive

Tucker: The Man and His Dream is a highly-stylized and romantic homage to a crazy idea struggling against insurmountable odds to become a new American dream. More

My Man Godfrey

Studio: Criterion

Sep 20, 2018 DVDs Web Exclusive

 Gregory La Cava’s 1936 film My Man Godfrey takes the already prominent subtext of the genre and throws it up on the screen in size one hundred font. More



Invada/Temporary Residence

Sep 20, 2018 Music Web Exclusive

On only their third full-length in the last decade Beak>, the Bristol trio led by Portishead's Geoff Barrow, meld their overt Krautrock obsessions with a slice of subdued psychedelia. Spotted with muffled, R. Stevie Moore-like vocals and bathed in warm, low electronica, >>> holds some of the band's most immersive and enveloping material to date. More

Sep 20, 2018 Music Web Exclusive

If there was any doubt over whether Californian punks Joyce Manor would continue in the poppy direction they were going in after 2016's Cody, there is surely none now on their latest effort Million Dollars to Kill Me. Their fifth album sees the band at their most straight-up pop/rock, but also at their most mature, ageing their sound like a fine wine in comparison to their scrappy, beer-and-pizza soaked opening triad of records.  More

Love, Gilda

Studio: Magnolia
Directed by Lisa D’Apolito

Sep 19, 2018 Cinema Issue #64 -  Kamasi Washington

This funny and heart-wrenching documentary tracks the life of comedian Gilda Radner, a staple of Saturday Night Live’s earliest seasons. More

Cold Water

Studio: Criterion

Sep 19, 2018 DVDs Web Exclusive

Olivier Assayas' Cold Water is rather unique among coming-of-age films. More

Sep 19, 2018 Music Issue #64 -  Kamasi Washington

Attempting to guess where Richard Reed Parry might go with a solo album is a nigh on impossible task. He can play just about anything, as his work with Arcade Fire demonstrates, and he's worked with many artists over his career.  More

Sep 19, 2018 Music Web Exclusive

Axel Willner, better known as The Field, is one of those acts who mastered his craft so quickly that he had completed the hard work almost immediately. His debut From Here We Go to Sublimeremains a recent landmark record not just in electronic music, but in general as a masterstroke of carving one's niche and exploiting it for all it's worth. More