The latest DC films continues to lighten the mood, blending goofy fun with the usual superheroics.
I never got to see The Prayer Chain live back in the day, but they’re in fine form here.
The duo’s debut EP recalls late-’90s and early-’00s indietronica and trip-hop.
Not even a shiny new mall is going to help Eleven, Mike, and the rest of the gang when the flesh monster shows up.
It’ll take months, and even years, to recover from this devastation.
Both men have said horrible things in the past, but only one of them has apologized.
The still-mysterious game is a followup to the acclaimed Hyper Light Drifter.
Warren’s proposal to break up Amazon, Google, et al., may sound nice, but would it really fix anything?
James Clements’ latest collection of ambient techno evokes uncharted and mysterious ocean depths.
Inventors, engineers, scientists, and astronauts have been inspired by Star Trek, so why not politicians?
Did Apple’s phone design peak when they released the iPhone SE back in 2016?
So far, most critics are singing the praises of Marvel’s first female-led superhero movie.
Highly recommended for fans of shimmery, jangly ’80s pop and droll, melancholy lyrics.
Walking Wounded still sounds as relevant, soulful, and heartbreaking as ever.
The Chinese sci-fi epic is a box office sensation back home, and is 2019’s most successful film to date.
Are Netflix movies true cinema? Or are they just TV movies?