Dead Snow II: Red vs. Dead

Studio: Well Go USA
Directed by Tommy Wirkola

Oct 15, 2014 Cinema Web Exclusive

Dead Snow 2: Red vs. Dead is the type of movie where even if an idea doesn’t work, its sheer audacity will make you laugh. More

Oct 15, 2014 Music Web Exclusive

What was most surprising about Dan Snaith's 2010 album Swim was that it was brilliant and predictable. Really, the sun-setting grooves and hypnotic rhythms of his finest moment as Caribou to date were always going to happen. More


Studio: Samuel Goldwyn Films
Directed by William H. Macy

Oct 15, 2014 Cinema Web Exclusive

The most pleasantly surprising element of Rudderless is its soundtrack. More


Studio: Gravitas Ventures
Directed by Matthew Saville

Oct 14, 2014 Cinema Web Exclusive

Driving home from the pub after one too many, police officer Malcolm Toohey (Joel Edgerton) accidentally clips a cyclist with his rear view mirror. The boy ends up in a life-threatening coma and within seconds, Malcolm finds himself knee-deep in a major moral dilemma. More

Marry Me

NBC, Tuesdays 9/8 Central

Oct 14, 2014 TV Web Exclusive

Of the new sitcoms hitting the small screen this season, Marry Me is by far one of the stronger. It doesn't stretch itself too thin working for laughs, but rather earns them genuinely. More

Oct 14, 2014 Music Web Exclusive

Steve Ellison, better known as Flying Lotus, makes music that sounds like a melodic car crash. Each song finds jazz, hip-hop, R&B, forward-thinking electronica, and pop smashing together, but what should sound like chaos ends up (most of the time) as a cohesive whole. More

Oct 14, 2014 Music Web Exclusive

Nashville 1995 captures Steve Earle at the tail end of his transition period from more traditional country guitarist to folk singer and roots rocker. More

Oct 14, 2014 DVDs Web Exclusive

"We were Hüsker fucking Dü," says that band's former drummer at the start of Every Everything, knowing full well that the influential Minnesota trio was entirely worthy of the bravado. More

Oct 13, 2014 TV Web Exclusive

Lately I've been celebrating the fact that Doctor Who has been successfully pushing itself forward by pulling the science fiction stuff back a bit to reveal a captivating character drama, but this week's episode succeeds by delivering one of the most quintessential Doctor Who episodes this season.  More