Sep 11, 2014 Music Web Exclusive

Let it go on record that proceeds from this Duran Duran tribute go to Amnesty International. We applaud the efforts that go into producing a charity album; we only wish we could recommend more of the covers contained on it. More

At The Devil’s Door

Studio: IFC Midnight
Directed by Nicholas McCarthy

Sep 10, 2014 Cinema Web Exclusive

Before you make a deal with the devil, always, always, always read the fine print. More

Ryan Adams

Ryan Adams

Pax Am/Blue Note

Sep 10, 2014 Music Web Exclusive

It's impossible for anyone but Ryan Adams to say whether or not his new album is symbolically self-titled. It sure seems that way. More

Honeymoon

Studio: Magnet
Directed by Leigh Janiak

Sep 10, 2014 Cinema Web Exclusive

For their honeymoon, Bea and Paul escape the bustle of New York City to Bea’s family’s lake cabin in the woods. Their first few days as man and wife are soon spoiled, though, when Bea exhibits odd behavior. More

Sep 10, 2014 Music Web Exclusive

Simian Mobile Disco has always walked a line between the strict rules of straight-up dance music and the free, experimental nature of underground rock. Now, on Whorl, they've thrown all convention out the window and trekked to the desert to look at stars. More

Sep 09, 2014 TV Web Exclusive

We're three episodes into the new season of Doctor Whoand subsequently three episodes into the time-traveler's latest incarnation. Peter Capaldi's cynical and cantankerous version of the BBC's 50-year-old hero may be a more serious take, especially compared to Matt Smith's fantastically aloof Eleventh Doctor, but the episodes so far show no sign of easing up on the rampant silliness, for better or worse. More

The Skeleton Twins

Studio: Roadside Attractions
Directed by Craig Johnson

Sep 09, 2014 Cinema Web Exclusive

Need it be said that a comedy about suicidal siblings is going to be a little bleak? More

Sep 09, 2014 Music Web Exclusive

Death From Above 1979 pick up right where they left off...uh, holy shit, 10 years ago. More

Sep 09, 2014 Music Web Exclusive

Tennis have made a solid career from their shimmering dream-pop shtick. Since releasing nautically-themed debut Cape Dory in 2011, the husband/wife pairing Alaina Moore and Patrick Riley have gone on to achieve respectable indie fame, notching up a cluster of fawning celebrity fans along the way. More