Also: Kevin Smith’s debut, Keanu Reeves, Anton Chigurh, The Good Place, Jet Li, High Noon, and the Blair Witch.
The MoMA explores the career and films of martial arts legend Lau Kar-leung.
Also: Life-changing video games, special effects movies, rebooting Buffy, and the upside of email.
Pastoral post-rock, ominous-yet-lovely electronic, contemplative electro-classical, krautrock-inspired cinematic music, and glassy dreampop.
Nathan Fillion makes an awesome fan film, Godzilla comes stomping back, and DC’s new titles lighten the mood a little.
Are we really OK with operating under the assumption that people can’t change and mature over the years?
Also: 2001, The Atomic Cafe, the Ultima video games, Akira’s influence, Ant-Man and the Wasp, The Dark Knight, comic book industry woes, Ingmar Bergman, and vintage computers.
Possibly the greatest stunner in this year’s World Cup.
After recently introducing our kids to the classic film trilogy, I’ve been thinking about it ever since.
A good reminder that The Cure really have released a mind-blowing amount of amazing music over the years.
If you haven’t been to your local library in awhile, then you might be in for a pleasant surprise.
The Council’s latest takes the Ghost Box aesthetic in more straightforward — though still odd and otherworldly — directions.
Also: Enter the Dragon’s overrated-ness, alone in the universe, saving government websites, Google’s quandaries, Tim Berners-Lee, and the weirdness of zero.
The Mary Onettes return with more dreamy pop, Mondo Grosso delivers euphoric electronica, and Pure Bathing Culture cover The Blue Nile.
A live-action take on an anime classic, a new martial arts/sci-fi series, and one of the biggest video games gets a TV series.
The music of artists like Toshiki Kadomatsu sounds utterly disposable but I can’t get enough of it these days.