Cyborg #1


Written by David F. Walker, Art by Ivan Reis

Jul 29, 2015 Comic Books Web Exclusive

Cyborg returns to S.T.A.R. labs following his death and regeneration at the end of Convergence, and his debut issue is a mixed bag of sci-fi weirdness and mopey characterization.  More

Jul 29, 2015 Music Web Exclusive

When you've been a band for 15 years, there comes a time to look at your output and decide if it's worth it to keep going. Mates of State's new EP, You're Going to Make It, is the reassurance that comes just before that final quarter of a race. More

6 Ways To Die

Studio: eOne
Written and Directed by Nadeem Soumah

Jul 29, 2015 Cinema Web Exclusive

Sonny "Sundown" Garcia might be the most powerful and richest cocaine dealer in North America, but that doesn’t mean he’s un-killable. More

Jul 29, 2015 Music Web Exclusive

Prinzhorn Dance School's albums never sound as labored as you'd think. Clay Class, the duo's previous release, found Tobin Prinz and Suzi Horn spending 260 consecutive days in the studio without ever once leaving, per their own testimony. More

Jul 28, 2015 DVDs Web Exclusive

On July 5, 1969, half a million people, or so it was reported, flocked to Hyde Park in London to see The Rolling Stones for a free gig two days after the death of Brian Jones. More

Cherry 2000

Studio: Kino Lorber Studio Classics

Jul 28, 2015 DVDs Web Exclusive

A fun and original sci-fi feature from a decade that produced many of them. More

Jul 28, 2015 Music Web Exclusive

Titus Andronicus can never be accused of lacking ambition. They've got a name lifted from a Shakespearean tragedy, wrote a concept album about the Civil War, and interviews with frontman Patrick Stickles regularly include book title references that send rock writers skittering to Wikipedia. More

The Look of Silence

Studio: Drafthouse Films
Directed by Joshua Oppenheimer

Jul 28, 2015 Cinema Web Exclusive

The Look of Silence is the sequel to Joshua Oppenheimer's acclaimed documentary, The Act of Killing. More

Jul 28, 2015 Music Web Exclusive

Maribou State occupies the no man's/everyman's land between electronic and acoustic sounds. Like its compatriots, Metronomy, the duo springs from the English countryside with a similar pastoral feel on its debut album, PortraitsMore