Aug 22, 2014 Music Web Exclusive

It can't be easy for a band like The New Pornographers. Where prog-rock musicians need to create new vistas and compositions to describe them, and comedians need to be funny, when it comes to pop-rock bands there's always the thought that every great musical hook has already been bent and thrown into the sea. More

Sin City: A Dame To Kill For

Studio: Dimension Films
Directed by Robert Rodriguez

Aug 22, 2014 Cinema Web Exclusive

If the ten-year gap provided anything, Sin City: A Dame to Kill For can be easily separated from the original. More

Dinosaur 13

Studio: Lionsgate
Directed by Todd Douglas Miller

Aug 22, 2014 Cinema Web Exclusive

Dinosaur 13 is a David and Goliath tale of a small group of scientists thrust into the center of a national debate over proprietorship, as well as right versus wrong. More

Aug 22, 2014 Music Web Exclusive

"Yet another elegiac record. It's reminiscent of I Often Dream of Trains," Robyn Hitchcock has said of The Man Upstairs, his 20th proper full-length as a solo artist.

Aug 21, 2014 Live Web Exclusive

The second of two very sold out shows at New York City's Beacon Theater showed just why Tori Amos has been hailed as one of the world's best live performers for two decades. More

Multiversity #1

DC

Written by Grant Morrison; Art by Joe Prado and Ivan Reis

Aug 21, 2014 Comic Books Web Exclusive

Hey, remember when DC had a series called Final Crisis? Now, you didn't think they were serious about that "Final" part, did you? More

The One I Love

Studio: Radius-TWC
Directed by Charlie McDowell

Aug 21, 2014 Cinema Web Exclusive

The One I Love is a romantic comedy with a sharp, sci-fi bent; it manages to be both funny and cerebral. More

Aug 21, 2014 Music Web Exclusive

With their twelfth album and one of their best in years, Manic Street Preachers display a stylistic freedom that one might call reinvention if it didn't still sound just like the Manics. More

Aug 21, 2014 Music Web Exclusive

Sounding a bit like PiL had it been fronted by Strummer rather than Lydon, Lower play gothy, "angular" post-hardcore presumably intended to be enigmatically atmospheric. More