Two year ago, Belgian mathcore outfit Now Voyager wowed me with their tight musicianship and interesting ideas. Those ideas are turned up a notch on Tell Tale Hearts, a four song EP that doubles as a metal wake up call. AdvertisementsRead more "Music Review: Now Voyager’s ‘Tell Tale Hearts’"
It took more than three quarters of the season to learn why everyone on the News Night staff has been getting interrogated by the mean spirited lawyer lady, but now we finally know the truth. It’s not the Genoa story that’s making them seek legal council, it’s Jerry Dantana.Read more "TV Without Commercials: The Newsroom 2.3-2.7"
I have a friend that has been singing the praises of Terry Pratchett for as long as I’ve known her, sharing little moments from the novels that make the stories he has to share sound like fantastical joyrides. Yet somehow I have put off experiencing what this man has to offer until I saw the […]Read more "Book Review: The Long Earth by Terry Pratchett & Stephen Baxter"
Ain’t Them Bodies Saints is an impressive debut from David Lowery and is just a smidgen shy of complete excellence.Read more "Film Review: Ain’t Them Bodies Saints"
Lauren: It’s hard to beat The Strangers when it comes to terrifying home invasion films. Just ask The Purge from earlier this year, which lost itself in the bog of a message forced into what should have been a scary fun film of a family defending their own. What a disappointing fail. Good thing You’re […]Read more "Dissecting You’re Next: A Strong Reminder To Lock Your Doors"
The Spectacular Now, from James Ponsoldt, is a grounded look at the coming of age story, but it comes apart when you realize it doesn’t have much depth or anything new to say in the genre.Read more "Dissecting The Spectacular Now: Coming of Age the Wrong Way"
Edgar Wright’s latest, The World’s End, is fighting to not be his weakest film overall, yet it’s still great and one of the better films of the summer.Read more "Film Review: The World’s End"