A wedge of indie artists come together to cover Sufjan’s classic folk/worship album, with all proceeds going to a cancer charity.
Now you can relive all of those moments that came right before you pumped the machine full of another stack of quarters.
A lovely blend of warm, earthy folk and left-field experimental music.
Hirokazu Kore-Eda’s new film centers on two brothers who hope to bring their family back together… and trains.
Pearson’s songs pull no punches as he chronicles all of the ugly, nasty, and shitty things that bring about a relationship’s end.
The director has confirmed that his long-awaited H.P. Lovecraft adaptation is dead.
I had hopes for Appleseed XIII, especially after the lackluster second movie, but it looks pretty underwhelming.
My latest Christ and Pop Culture article looks at the flaws in Star Trek’s vision of a flawless humanity.