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April 10, 2021
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Review: Enduring indie band drops sharp album

By | Nov 10, 2020

“Getting into Knives” is an emotional folk-rock album from a prominent indie group The Mountain Goats.


Review: Singles for the week of 11/6

By | Nov 8, 2020

Singles for the week 11/6


Review: Group blends genres with excellent results

By | Nov 6, 2020

“RAZZMATAZZ” is I DON’T KNOW HOW BUT THEY FOUND ME’s genre-mixing debut album. The album contains strong 80s influences.


Review: Bruce Springsteen delivers disappointing album

By | Nov 5, 2020

Bruce Springsteen released his 20th album, “Letter To You,” composed of tracks both old and new.


Review: Ambient horror film loses plot

By | Nov 4, 2020

“Cadaver” is a Norwegian horror film with stunning set design and effective cinematography, but the plot is not as strong as it could have been.


Review: “The Witches” is a poor adaptation of beloved book

By | Nov 4, 2020

Roald Dahl’s “The Witches” has been adapted into a more cartoonish version. Anne Hathaway as The Grand High Witch is excellent, but there are few other saving graces.


Review: “Borat” sequel comes at perfect time

By | Nov 3, 2020

Sacha Baron Cohen’s sequel to his famous film “Borat,” “Borat Subsequent Moviefilm,” exposes the bigoted underbelly of the United States just as the first one did.


Review: Singles for the week of 10/30

By | Oct 31, 2020

Singles for the week of 10/30


Review: Folk artist releases earthly album with butterfly theme

By | Oct 30, 2020

Folk musician Jennifer Castle’s new album “Monarch Season” is an ethereal experience inspired by monarch butterflies.


Review: Netflix show circles around realistic teen lives

By | Oct 29, 2020

“Grand Army” is a Netflix original series that revolves around five students at the largest fictional public high school in Brooklyn, New York.


Review: Vibrant film charts family’s evolving dynamics

By | Oct 28, 2020

“Minari” focuses on a family overcoming challenges of feeling isolated in a new environment. The film will likely be on streaming services next year.


Review: Aaron Sorkin courtroom drama is detached and weightless

By | Oct 26, 2020

“The Trial of the Chicago 7” — writer and director Aaron Sorkin’s new Netflix film — mistakes gaudy self-importance as inherent relevance.