Obviously, I’m a little biased, but I was once again impressed by the site’s depth and breadth of coverage.
One of my favorite albums gets reissued and several great shoegaze/noise-pop acts return with promises of new music.
The human-devouring giants are back, along with more existential dread, bloody melodrama, and high-flying action.
It’d be a shame to overlook the anniversary of one of Christian music’s true masterpieces.
Coming soon: ’80s comedy and horror classics, a Parisian fairy tale, a farting corpse, giant robot lion action, and more.
This marks the first time that “Ocean Waves” will get a theatrical run throughout North America.
It certainly looks like it’s in keeping with the spirit of Ridley Scott’s sci-fi classic.
It’s passable late night entertainment but with a script that made better use of its ideas, it could’ve been a lot more.
Dark-tinged folk balladry, spacey techno from Iceland, goth-y psychedelia, and stripped down post-rock.
Marvel’s next big hit, gorgeous-looking Chinese swordplay, more Netflix original sci-fi, and classic cult samurai action.
Mimi Parker’s lovely voice makes “Some Hearts (at Christmas Time)” another fine Christmas tune from the slowcore pioneers.