Nov 10, 2017 Live Web Exclusive

Lydia Loveless presents a new and improved self to Philadelphia on a beautiful Saturday night. More

It Happened in L.A.

Studio: The Orchard
Directed by Michelle Morgan

Nov 10, 2017 Cinema Web Exclusive

Michelle Morgan, the writer, director and star of the new indie dramedy It Happened in L.A., wears the influences of many other auteurs on her sleeve. More

Hangover Square

Studio: Kino Lorber Studio Classics

Nov 10, 2017 DVDs Web Exclusive

Hangover Square was the final film and passion project of classic heavy Laird Cregar.  More

Angel Olsen

Phases

Jagjaguwar

Nov 09, 2017 Music Issue #62 - Julien Baker

There is something about the way Angel Olsen's voice crackles, howls, and pulsates that gets right into your bones. More

Into the Night: Collector’s Edition

Studio: Shout! Factory

Nov 09, 2017 DVDs Web Exclusive

John Landis’ 1985 feature, Into the Night, stabs at dark comedy, but is rarely funny. More

Nov 08, 2017 Comic Books Issue #62 - Julien Baker

One of Brian K. Vaughan's many (seriously, how does he do it?) ongoing projects, this series with illustrator Cliff Chiang (Wonder Woman) and colorist Matt Wilson (The Wicked + the Divine) at first seems like an homage to '80s sci-fithink Stranger Things but with paper delivery girls and a lot more swearing. More

Fits

All Belief is Paradise

Father/Daughter

Nov 08, 2017 Music Issue #62 - Julien Baker

Brooklyn-based bassist Nicholas Cummins found temporary homes in PWR BTTM and Fern Mayo before forming Fits with friends last summer. Their bass-driven melodic ideas and vocal samples eventually turned into fully realized punk constructs-all succinct, all catchy as hell.  More

Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri

Studio: Fox Searchlight
Directed by Martin McDonagh

Nov 08, 2017 Cinema

The latest feature written and directed by Martin McDonagh (In Bruges) is crass, violent, and darkly, darkly humorous.  More

Robert Plant

Carry Fire

Nonesuch/Warner Bros

Nov 07, 2017 Music Web Exclusive

At age 69, Robert Plant can still unleash a youthful holler that Tarzan would marvel at. But on his 11th solo album, the golden god is aware that he's in his golden years. At the end of "The May Queen," a cantering acoustic guitar pauses and Plant's voice emerges from the dust to repeat the refrain, "The dimming of my light."  More