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Under the Radar Announces The ’90s Issue with The Cardigans and Thurston Moore on the Covers

Issue 72 Also Features Articles on Britpop and Shoegaze, As Well as Interviews with the Cast of Twin Peaks, Garbage, The Cranberries, Pavement, Lisa Loeb, Supergrass, Spiritualized, Gus Van Sant, Terry Gilliam, Lush, Blonde Redhead, and More

Apr 19, 2024

Under the Radar is excited to announce the full details of our new print issue, Issue 72, The ’90s Issue, which features interviews with musicians and film directors known for their work in that decade and has The Cardigans and Thurston Moore of Sonic Youth on the two covers. As well as articles on Britpop, shoegaze, and the TV show Twin Peaks (for which we spoke to much of the cast), the issue includes interviews with Garbage, The Cranberries, Pavement, Lisa Loeb, Supergrass, Spiritualized, Lush, Ride, Velocity Girl, Gus Van Sant, Penelope Spheeris, Terry Gilliam, Stereo MC’s, Semisonic, Blonde Redhead, Sleater-Kinney, and more. More

Terry Gilliam Describes How The Zero Theorem Almost Ended (Spoiler Warning)

A “Hollywood Ending” Was Filmed But Never Used

Sep 19, 2014

When he made Brazil in 1985, filmmaker Terry Gilliam famously battled with Universal over the movie’s final cut. Against his wishes the film was re-edited into a shorter version with a happier ending, before a compromise was finally met for a trimmed theatrical version to be released. It was much easier for Gilliam to bring his preferred version of his latest film, The Zero Theorem, to audiences, but that doesn’t mean the ending we see in the film is the one that was always intended to be there. More

Under the Radar Announces September/October Issue with alt-J on the Cover

Issue 51 Also Includes Interviews with Arcade Fire vs. Peter Gabriel, Interpol, Jessie Ware, Foxygen, Caribou, Belle and Sebastian's Stuart Murdoch, Terry Gilliam, Gotham's Ben McKenzie, Zola Jesus, and More

Sep 12, 2014

Under the Radar is excited to announce the full details of the September/October issue, which is on newsstands now. It features alt-J on the cover. Arcade Fire’s Richard Reed Parry does a joint interview with Peter Gabriel. We talk to Lush‘s Miki Berenyi and Emma Anderson about their 1996 album, Lovelife. More


Terry Gilliam

Solving The Zero Theorem

Sep 19, 2014

For nearly 40 years, Terry Gilliam has been the archetypal cult filmmaker. Starting out as an animator and member of British comedy troupe Monty Python, he moved into filmmaking on their classic Monty Python and the Holy Grail, which he co-directed with Terry Jones. More


The Man Who Killed Don Quixote

Directed by Terry Gilliam

Apr 19, 2019

Gilliam’s film has echoes of Fellini and an irreverence that’s marked the high points of his career, which is why it’s frustrating when the whole thing feels worth less than the sum of its parts. More

Nov 28, 2017

Jabberwocky is very much a Terry Gilliam film, but in pupal form. More

Jun 24, 2015

Filmmaker Terry Gilliam recalibrated his career with this 1991 masterpiece, starring Jeff Bridges and Robin Williams. More

Time Bandits Blu-ray

Directed by Terry Gilliam

Dec 16, 2014

Terry Gilliam’s Time Bandits belongs to the same school of batshit crazy, fantasy-driven kids’ movies that only could have been made in the 1980s. More

The Zero Theorem

Directed by Terry Gilliam

Sep 19, 2014

If Brazil was his dystopian interpretation of stifling bureaucracy in the 1980s, then The Zero Theorem is Terry Gilliam’s chilling portrayal ­­­of our Internet age. More