Red Dawn: Collector’s Edition

Studio: Shout! Factory

Mar 13, 2017 DVDs Web Exclusive

A very memorable (and very ‘80s) entry into the action canon. More

Mar 13, 2017 Music Web Exclusive

Alynda Segarra, aka Hurray for the Riff Raff, returns to her Bronx roots in The Navigator. The album opens—on a track titled "Entrance" no less—with what sounds like the bustle of a subway train running through the tunnels of the NYC transit system.  More

The Shins

Heartworms

Aural Apothecary/Columbia

Mar 10, 2017 Music Web Exclusive

It's been five years since James Mercer and co. debuted new music to The Shins' vast fanbase. On their fifth studio album Heartworms, the (now) six-piece shows them going a long way from their folky indie-rock beginnings crooning "Caring Is Creepy" and "New Slang" on the idolized indie soundtrack from Garden StateMore

Mar 09, 2017 Comic Books Issue # 59 - 15th Anniversary

There is a lot to like in Greg Rucka's return to pop culture's most famous Amazon. Liam Sharp's pencils are beautiful. Appropriately epic, even.  More

Personal Shopper

Studio: IFC Films
Directed by Olivier Assayas

Mar 09, 2017 Cinema Web Exclusive

There’s a lot of waiting in director Olivier Assasyas new film, Personal Shopper. More

Surfer Blood

Snowdonia

Joyful Noise

Mar 09, 2017 Music Web Exclusive

After their 2010 debut Astro Coast became a much deserved breakout indie hit, Surfer Blood hit some unexpected and tragic stumbling blocks. Their 2013 major label debut and sophomore LP Pythons was widely viewed as a disappointment and 2015's 1000 Palmsdidn't do much to dissuade naysayers and retrieve their lost momentum.  More

Colors: Collector’s Edition

Studio: Shout! Factory

Mar 09, 2017 DVDs Web Exclusive

In the late ‘80s, gang violence menaced the streets of Los Angeles.  More

Mar 09, 2017 Music Web Exclusive

With Graveyard WhistlingOld 97's frontman Rhett Miller is his most comfortable self, mic-slinging in the stirrups of a rowdy, fleshed-out sound.  More

Mar 08, 2017 Music Web Exclusive

Tim Kingsbury has done pretty well for himself as the bassist (amongst other things) for reigning champions of indie rock, Arcade Fire. With a new Arcade Fire record due, you'd expect time to be at a premium.  More