An Honest Liar

Studio: Abramorama
Directed by Justin Weinstein and Tyler Measom

Mar 04, 2015 Cinema Web Exclusive

An Honest Liar chronicles the life of James “The Amazing” Randi: magician, escape artist, and debunker of paranormal and pseudoscientific fraud.  More

Mar 04, 2015 Music Web Exclusive

If 2009's Elvis Perkins in Dearland was the sound of a folk artist striving for a bigger stage, I Aubade is his subsequent retreat. Back to the comfort of brittle acoustic canticles, Elvis Perkins has stripped down to the bare bones for album number three. More

Merchants of Doubt

Studio: Sony Pictures Classics
Directed by Robert Kenner

Mar 03, 2015 Cinema Web Exclusive

Based on the book of the same title, Robert Kenner’s documentary turns its lens on the scientists used by major corporations to lobby against health and environmental reform. More

Mar 03, 2015 Music Web Exclusive

The Amazing's last album was entitled Gentle Stream, and that title evokes the Swedish group's aural aesthetic reasonably well. Their sound is unhurried, detailed, and most of all, incredibly beautiful. More

Kidnapping Mr. Heineken

Studio: Alchemy
Directed by Daniel Alfredson

Mar 02, 2015 Cinema Web Exclusive

Daniel Alfredson’s Kidnapping Mr. Heineken chronicles the famous abduction from the criminals’ point of view. More

Mar 02, 2015 Music Web Exclusive

I Wasn't Born to Lose You is the Oxford, England rock unit's first full-length in 17 years, and while Swervedriver's return hasn't gotten the same level of ballyhoo as contemporaries such as Slowdive or Ride, it should. More

The Last Man on Earth

FOX, Sundays 9/8 Central

Feb 28, 2015 TV Web Exclusive

Will Forte is living out a loner fantasy on FOX's brilliant new sitcom, The Last Man on Earth. Forte is one of the most uniquely gifted comic actors to come out of Saturday Night Live in the last decade, so it is no surprise that his first lead role in a sitcom is also a wonderfully executed and original idea. More

My Life Directed By Nicolas Winding Refn

Studio: Radius-TWC
Directed by Liv Corfixen

Feb 27, 2015 Cinema Web Exclusive

There’s something very plainly interesting about watching how Refn deals with various issues, from the pressures of following up Drive to the realization that Only God Forgives isn’t what he had hoped. More

Feb 27, 2015 Music Web Exclusive

Of Montreal doesn't give a shit about first impressions. Each album (out of a pretty dense discography, no less) is not only impossible to nail down and succinctly summarize, but also completely different in focus and sound than its predecessor. More