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Mar 29, 2014 TV Web Exclusive

Coming off one of The Walking Dead's most emotionally exhausting episodes—the one we have to assume was making AMC executives "nervous" because of the (perhaps unprecedented) depiction a child's execution—the fifteenth episode of season four needed only to provide a glimmer of hope to lighten the mood before the series finale. More

Perfect Pussy

Say Yes to Love

Captured Tracks

Mar 28, 2014 Music Web Exclusive

Since Russian punk collective Pussy Riot came to prominence for their arrest a couple of years ago, and with the fourth wave of feminism currently crashing against the patriarchal harbor wall (who doesn't love an overwrought metaphor?), there seems to have been welcome renewal of interest in riot grrrl, or whatever label you want to attach to it. More

Cesar Chavez

Studio: Lionsgate
Directed by Diego Luna

Mar 28, 2014 Cinema Web Exclusive

Cesar Chavez is perhaps an abridged history lesson, but given the amount of material it needed to convey, it does a commendable and stirring job. More

Mar 27, 2014 Music Web Exclusive

(born Karen Marie Ørsted) made her first entrance into the music scene as a shock rapper. But the 25-year-old Danish singer's debut full-length is a completely different beast. More

The Raid 2: Berandal

Studio: Sony Pictures Classics
Directed by Gareth Evans

Mar 27, 2014 Cinema Web Exclusive

After surviving the events of 2011’s The Raid, rookie SWAT officer Rama finds himself drawn into a web of corruption and violence as he goes deep undercover to befriend the son of the Jakarta’s most notorious drug lord.  More

Roman Remains


H.O.T. Records Ltd.

Mar 26, 2014 Music Web Exclusive

Roman Remains is The Duke Spirit's Liela Moss' and Toby Butler's side project. The duo's debut, Zeal, explores the latter's electronic curiosities and the former's introspective observations. More

Finding Vivian Maier

Studio: IFC Films
Directed by John Maloof and Charlie Siskel

Mar 26, 2014 Cinema Web Exclusive

Finding Vivian Maier works as many modern documentaries do (Searching for Sugarman20 Feet from StardomThe Imposter, etc) by first piquing the audience’s interest in the subject through the work they created. More

Mar 25, 2014 Live

It's been a pretty great month for Future Islands. It started with a now-viral performance on Letterman, followed by a buzz-worthy string of shows at SXSW (including our own showcase), and now they're kicking off their cross-country tour to support their latest album, Singles, which dropped this week. More

Mar 25, 2014 Comic Books Issue #49 - February/March 2014 - Portlandia

Prepare to be hurled deep into the past century to a vividly entrancing, pre-CG place of whimsy and wonder. For a few decades, the pencils and brushes of cartoonist/illustrator George Carlson seemed to have touched every area of print medium, from children's publications and comics to commercial design and classic books. More