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Aug 07, 2019 Live Web Exclusive

The Brooklyn Mirage was overflowing with Bollywood-themed decor and a panoramic view of the glitzy New York City skyline to the west.  More


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Aug 07, 2019 TV Web Exclusive

The true genius of Beverly Hills, 90210 is not appreciated until you look back at it through an almost three-decade lens. The breakout show, which made a destination out of a zip code and instant superstars out of its eye candy cast, was gagging for a reboot. More

Aug 07, 2019 Music Web Exclusive

There's something comforting about Palehound. It's almost surprising given the subject matter the trio led by singer/songwriter Ellen Kempner offers up. Abuse features more than once on Black Friday, as do songs dealing with painful self-doubt and unrequited emotional investment. More


Studio: Mill Creek Entertainment

Aug 07, 2019 DVDs Web Exclusive

While not as monumental as Godzilla or some of its other kaiju siblings, Mothra remains just as entertaining as it was in 1961. More

Love, Antosha

Studio: Lurker
Directed by Garret Price

Aug 07, 2019 Cinema Web Exclusive

Although he was not a household name, Anton Yelchin left behind a substantial body of work when he was killed in a freak accident at the recurrently unlucky age of 27. More

Aug 06, 2019 Music Web Exclusive

That the title of this second album by Sigur Rós translates to "a new beginning" is very appropriatefor while it was preceded in 1997 by debut full-length Von, that record was essentially made by a different band. More




Aug 05, 2019 Music Web Exclusive

In barely two years, Internet ingénue Claire Cottrill (aka Clairo) has graduated from the homemade and adorable "Pretty Girl" video that went viral, plus "Flaming Hot Cheetos"a song that compares the confusion of a schoolgirl crush to the guilty pleasure of junk foodto release this polished debut.  More

Do The Right Thing

Studio: The Criterion Collection

Aug 05, 2019 DVDs Web Exclusive

Viewed in 2019, Do The Right Thing feels simultaneously like a time capsule of a lost era and prescient condemnation of the current state of affairs. More

Aug 02, 2019 Live Web Exclusive

Perched high on the right bank of the Danube, overlooking the Serbian city of Novi Sad, the Petrovaradin fortress is the setting for a festival quite unlike any other Europe has to offer.  More