Studio: Focus World
Justin Tipping

Sep 06, 2016 Cinema Web Exclusive

This tightly-wound debut feature from director Justin Tipping depicts its inner-city world with terrifying realism. More

The Light Between Oceans

Studio: Dreamworks
Directed by Derek Cianfrance

Sep 02, 2016 Cinema Web Exclusive

Alicia Vikander and Michael Fassbender star in a dreary post-WWI romantic drama. More

Sep 02, 2016 Comic Books Web Exclusive

The Arrow-verse expands in Arrow: The Dark Archer, DC Comics' 12-part digital-first series that explores the untold history of (Green) Arrow villain Malcolm Merlyn.  More

Sep 02, 2016 Music Web Exclusive

There was an advertising slogan in Britain in the 1990s for an alcoholic drink: "good things come to those who wait." In this millennium we are told time and again that the world goes too fast, that society lacks patience these days. Strange Diary, the debut album from Psychic Twin, aka former Headlights vocalist Erin Fein, belies the latter notionfour years in the making, More

Sep 01, 2016 Books Web Exclusive

With The Yucks!, Jason Vuic chronicles the worst team in the history of the NFL, the 1976-77 Tampa Bay Bucanneers.


Chimes at Midnight

Studio: Criterion

Sep 01, 2016 DVDs Web Exclusive

Criterion issues a long-underseen Shakespeare adaptation by Orson Welles.  More

Angel Olsen



Sep 01, 2016 Music Web Exclusive

Angel Olsen threw a curve ball by announcing MY WOMAN with the "Intern" video. Clad in a silver wig, her unmistakable voice was present, but it was served over a warbling synth backdrop, simultaneously both uneasy and familiar, like an Angelo Badalamenti score. More

Game of Aces

Studio: Synergetic
Directed by Damien Lay

Sep 01, 2016 Cinema Web Exclusive

Jackson Cove (Chris Klein of the American Pie series) is an American WWI fighter pilot stationed in Egypt. More

The Divine Comedy


Divine Comedy Records

Aug 31, 2016 Music Web Exclusive

In 2010, The Divine Comedy's Neil Hannon put together the music for the musical Swallows and Amazons. This endeavor was a long time coming with The Divine Comedy's albums becoming increasingly more theatrical. More