Jul 11, 2014 Music Issue #50 - June/July 2014 - Future Islands

Slow Club have never quite got the credit it deserves. Too fey to be hipster, too awkward to be mainstream, the Sheffield, U.K.-formed/London-based duo of Rebecca Taylor and Charles Watson has ghosted in and out of popular consciousness since 2006. More

Road to Paloma

Studio: Anchor Bay Films/WWE Studios
Written and Directed by Jason Momoa

Jul 11, 2014 Cinema Web Exclusive

Road to Paloma is the writing and directorial debut of Jason Momoa (of Game of Thrones and Stargate fame.) More



Written by Kieron Gillen, Art by Ryan Kelly

Jul 10, 2014 Comic Books Web Exclusive

In Ancient Greece, the Helots are considered the lowest of the low-outclassed by slaves and reminded of their standing by the Spartans, who mercilessly cut them down to prove their own might.  More

Jul 10, 2014 Music Web Exclusive

Revelation is the 14th album by Anton Newcombe and his Brian Jonestown Massacre, and the first to be fully recorded and produced at Newcombe's Berlin recording studio. In typically atypical Newcombe fashion, the album begins with a song sung entirely in Swedish by an artist named Joakim Åhlund. More

Land Ho!

Studio: Sony Pictures Classics
Written and directed by Aaron Katz and Martha Stephens

Jul 10, 2014 Cinema Web Exclusive

Land Ho! is far from a heavily-plotted, dramaticly-layered tale of hindsight and speculation.  More

Jul 10, 2014 Music Web Exclusive

There was a time in the early '90s when R.E.M. could confidently call itself the biggest band in the world. The run of Out of Time and Automatic for the People shifted units by the bucket load, while Michael Stipe was the unwavering voice of the ordinary man; a Bono without the complications of actually being Bono. More

The Bridge (Season 2)

FX, Wednesdays 10 p.m.

Jul 09, 2014 TV Web Exclusive

Little time has passed since the events that unfolded during the season one finale of The Bridge. The season two opener finds detectives Marco Ruiz (Demián Bichir) and Sonya Cross (Diane Kruger) once again on their respective sides of the Mexican/United States border. More

Jul 09, 2014 Music Web Exclusive

If you're not familiar with this Danish group, run to YouTube and find their brilliant "The Swans" video: the nine-minute space opera finds our spacemen-musicians landing their ship on a strange planet and confronting a monster-sized puppy, like something out of a Roger Corman film.  More