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January 28, 2022
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Review: “The Card Counter” gambles with experimental filmmaking

By | Sep 23, 2021

The latest Paul Schrader film is a character-driven story that brings out one of the best performances from Oscar Isaac.


Review: James Wan makes bloody return to horror genre

By | Sep 21, 2021

After directing “Aquaman” in 2018, horror auteur James Wan returns to his genre for an insane outing filled with blood and gore.


Review: Hypnotic live album mixes psychedelia with jazz

By | Sep 21, 2021

Pieced together from live performances from before the Covid-19 pandemic, “You Heat Me Up, You Cool Me Down” is a personal and interesting album.


Review: Singles of the week 9/13

By | Sep 21, 2021

Singles for the week 9/13


Review: Latest Cinderella remake royally drops the ball

By | Sep 15, 2021

The 2021 remake of “Cinderella” is far from the beloved fairytale that audiences have grown to love.


Review: “Shang-Chi” raises the bar for Marvel movies to come

By | Sep 14, 2021

“Shang-Chi” is a sturdy stand-alone film that is delightful no matter an audience member’s knowledge of the Marvel franchise.


Review: Drake’s new album is a certified bummer

By | Sep 14, 2021

Drake’s new album, “Certified Lover Boy,” doesn’t bring anything new to the table and repeats the past styles that made the artist famous.


Review: New book masterfully exposes lies behind Afghanistan war

By | Sep 13, 2021

“The Afghanistan Papers” is a grim but masterful exposé of the corruption and deception that fueled the Afghanistan War.


Singles for the week 9/6

By | Sep 13, 2021

Singles for the week 9/6


Review: Band doubles down on gentle sound to unsavory results

By | Sep 7, 2021

Everything about “How Long Do You Think It’s Gonna Last?” doubles down on the bands gentle sound and adds numerous guests to mostly unsavory results.


Review: “Candyman” crafts terror from real-world fears

By | Sep 7, 2021

Nia DaCosta’s “Candyman” remake is a type of horror movie that rarely gets released anymore, crafting uniquely strange terror out of real-world fears.


Review: New Halsey album mixes genres to riveting results

By | Sep 7, 2021

Halsey’s new album “If I Can’t Have Love, I Want Power” is a beautiful genre-mixer that explores concepts like sexuality and gender.