A Wrinkle in Time

Studio: Disney

Jul 30, 2018 DVDs Web Exclusive

A Wrinkle in Time is considered one of the seminal American science-fiction novels, written by Madeleine L’Engle in 1962, and serving as the first installment of her Newbery Medal-winning Time Quintet series. More

Nico, 1988

Studio: Magnolia Pictures
Directed by Susanna Nicchiarelli

Jul 30, 2018 Cinema Web Exclusive

A haunting and deeply affecting examination of the German singer’s final years. More

sex, lies, and videotape

Studio: Criterion

Jul 27, 2018 DVDs Web Exclusive

Writer-director Steven Soderbergh took the Cannes Film Festival by storm with his low-budget 1989 debut, sex, lies, and videotape. More

Jul 27, 2018 Live Web Exclusive

Sloss Music & Arts Festival occupies a unique spot in Birmingham's musical and cultural history. For two decades (1989-2009), the town's major music festival was City Stages, which brought such diverse acts as Bob Dylan, The Killers, Ludcaris, Ryan Adams, and Jethro Tull to the Magic City every Father's Day weekend.  More

Jul 27, 2018 Music Web Exclusive

It's not surprising that the music on ShadowParty's self-titled debut album contains traces of the familiar punk-pop beats of New Order and Devo given the protagonists here are past and/or current members of these bands.  More

Gauguin: Voyage to Tahiti

Studio: Cohen Media Group
Directed by Edouard Deluc

Jul 26, 2018 Cinema Web Exclusive

Gauguin: Voyage to Tahiti captures many passions and pitfalls of its titular painter with an earnest sensitivity; though it also handles this moment in art history like that of a faded memory. More

Jul 26, 2018 Music Web Exclusive

The pairing of Underworld with Iggy Pop, two masterful frontmen plus inventive and limitless musical accompaniment equals exponential charisma overload. Teatime Dub Encounters is this collaboration's four-song EP, whose titles implies it would be a low-key affair. More

Jul 25, 2018 Live Web Exclusive

"Festival season," for lack of a better term, can be mildly frustrating. The days feel endless, the festivals themselves can often turn into muddy, drunken shitshows, and the artists playing are typically exhausted, punching in for an hour set while in the midst of frenetic summer touring schedules. More

Jul 25, 2018 Music Web Exclusive

One of a series of recent Flaming Lips reissues, Scratching the Door highlights the earliest recordings The Flaming Lips made, back in the '80s and with Wayne Coyne's brother Mark on vocals. More