Still Corners

Dead Blue

Wrecking Light

Sep 29, 2016 Music Web Exclusive

British/American dream-pop act Still Corners should take a page out of S U R V I V E's book (as with Netflix's Stranger Things) and do the musical score for a dark '80s-indebted series.  More

Long Way North

Studio: Shout! Factory
Directed by Remi Chaye

Sep 29, 2016 Cinema Web Exclusive

Long Way North is the feature debut of French animator Remi Chaye, who previously worked on the award-winning The Secret Life of KellsMore

Sep 28, 2016 DVDs Web Exclusive

The Cohen Film Collection pairs two of Sirk’s lesser-known works into a single package. More




Sep 28, 2016 Music Web Exclusive

M.I.A.'s fifth, and perhaps last studio album is yet another titled after a name, flipped this time into an anagram with implication.  More

Documentary Now! Season 2

IFC, Wednesdays at 10/9 Central

Sep 27, 2016 TV Web Exclusive

Helen Mirren is back! The second season (or as Mirren tells us at the beginning of each episode, "Season 51") of Bill Hader and Fred Armisen's mockumentary satire series for IFC, Documentary Now! comes highly anticipated. More


Head Carrier


Sep 27, 2016 Music Issue #58 - The Protest Issue

Where do we even begin with Pixies? We know they laid the groundwork for every important grunge and alternative band who succeeded them, while they also notoriously called it quits after just a few years and four nearly-flawless albums.  More

Danny Says

Studio: Magnolia Pictures
Directed by Brendan Toller

Sep 27, 2016 Cinema Web Exclusive

Danny Says is that delightful case in film where the subject whose raison-d’etre is explored is an immeasurably influential person you may not have known about. More

Sep 26, 2016 Music Issue #58 - The Protest Issue

For die-hard fans, it has been four long years since the release of What We Saw from the Cheap SeatsRegina Spektor's sixth and most recent studio album. (Catchy as her intro to Orange is the New Black might be, it just doesn't fill the void that a new album from the Soviet-born singer/songwriter does.) More

Starving the Beast

Studio: Violet Crown Films
Directed by Steve Mims

Sep 26, 2016 Cinema Web Exclusive

The snarl of James Carville to open Starving the Beast, as he addresses his alma mater of Louisiana State University, frames the appropriate degree of impassioned opposition to the commoditization of America’s public higher educational institutions. More