Jupiter Ascending

Studio: Warner Bros.
Directed by Andy and Lana Wachowski

Feb 05, 2015 Cinema Web Exclusive

Jupiter Ascending is a very special kind of dumb. More

Feb 05, 2015 Music Web Exclusive

With their new album We Are UndoneTwo Gallants have found a method that complements the bombastic, torn-up country immediacy that earned the band initial attention, as well as the pair's knack for songwriting that has steadily grown over the last 10 years. More

Feb 04, 2015 Live

My invitation to this year’s Trondheim Calling came with a warning—it’s a hell of a long way from Los Angeles to Trondheim, Norway. More

Feb 04, 2015 Live

Many moons ago a boy, not yet twenty-one, would sneak into venues in order to get a glimpse of a rare band called Rocket from the CryptMore

All We Are

All We Are

Double Six/Domino

Feb 04, 2015 Music Issue #52 - January/February 2015 - St. Vincent

An Irish drummer, Norwegian bassist, and Brazilian guitarist walk into a British music school. Out come All We Are, both the band and the album.  More

Cyber-Seniors

Studio: Virgil Films
Directed by Saffron Cassaday

Feb 03, 2015 Cinema Web Exclusive

Cyber-Seniors, the directorial debut of actress Saffron Cassaday, follows a program she initiated with her mother that enlists volunteer teenagers to assist the elderly in simple tasks like checking their email and setting up Facebook accounts. More

Feb 03, 2015 Music Web Exclusive

John Carpenter's image has long been that of a highly individualistic master craftsman with a throwback sensibility. In addition to directing, he's often written his own scripts, occasionally produced and edited his own films, and almost always created his own synthesized scores. More

Dark Summer

Studio: IFC Midnight
Directed by Paul Solet

Feb 02, 2015 Cinema Web Exclusive

Daniel is sentenced to house arrest for hacking his crush's personal information. More

Feb 02, 2015 Music Web Exclusive

There are a million and one songs about heartbreak in existence and while it is a universal, go-to theme, most of the results can often fall flat and generic. At its best, music devoted to the broken-hearted is simultaneously unique to its creator and relatable to listeners, a smattering of raw emotions that can be reconstructed to our likings. More