I was shocked by the film’s premise, violence, and implications. Most shocking of all, I found myself deeply moved by the characters and their tragic situation.
To say I completely fell in love with this series is a bit premature, since I’ve only seen the first 6 episodes. But I’ve definitely got a crush.
Some drone artists may encourage you to tune out and fade away but Charity Empressa’s music engages the listener.
Gidaly’s not really like anyone else, but here she echoes Liz Phair.
This split EP is a tremendous change for Canary.
Dolls is a bittersweet, tragic film.
This is a far, far better film than any avowed “B” flick has the right to be.
Mark Nelson is determined to minimize his albums’ accessibility as deliberately as he minimizes his sound.
A hugely disappointing as a follow up to Versus.
It is apparent that Coldplay have bravely invested some intelligence and effort into writing songs that grow with use.
Moore is far too intelligent a filmmaker to boil down such a complex issue to such a simple solution.
I went into this with high expectations and more than a little fear that Sandler would be a trainwreck.
An incredibly intimate look into a failed production.
The women who calls herself LadyBug plays a feisty, funky style of folk music.
I remembered why I never listen to local radio, Clear Channel be damned.
I feel like I’m finally laying the foundation of my adulthood, or better yet, the foundation has already been laid and I’m just now getting to see what I have to build on.