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Ingrid Goes West Review: Aubrey Plaza’s Hilarious Stalker Dark Comedy Set in the Instagram Era [Sundance]

It is only two days into the 2017 Sundance Film Festival but Ingrid Goes West is already my favorite of the seven films I’ve screened thus far. A hilarious dark comedy version of Single White Female, it stars Aubrey Plaza and Elizabeth Olsen and is set in the age of social media idolatry. Show More Summary

Master & Dynamic MW50 wireless on-ear headphone review

There is a whole world of high end audio products that make a far bigger difference than you’d think. Truly good audio is special and can’t be compared to cheaper products on the market. Spending hundreds on a single set of headphones is the norm. The Master & Dynamic MW50 wireless on-ear headphones aim to bring [...]

Review: Virginia Distillery Cider Barrel Matured Virginia Highland Malt Whisky

If Virginia Distillery Co.’s flagship product — a Scottish single malt imported to the U.S. and finished in Virginia Port wine casks — wasn’t wacky enough for you, now comes its first line extension, which sees that first product finished… Continue reading ?

Restaurant Review: Slurping Solo, in Sweet Isolation, at Ichiran in Brooklyn

A Japanese ramen chain serves its single kind of soup in a singular setting: individual “flavor concentration booths.”

2016 Golden Tomato Winners Announced: Find Out the Best Reviewed Movies and TV Shows of the Year

There are a handful of movie websites I visit every single day for both work and avoiding work and Rotten Tomatoes as one of them. As the internet’s most popular (and also most prone to fanboy raging) movie review aggregate site, Rotten...Show More Summary

Review: Wyoming Whiskey Barrel Strength Bourbon

Wyoming’s first legal distillery, Wyoming Whiskey, only began production in 2009, but despite its youth the distillery already has an impressive portfolio of its own aged whiskeys. These include a Small Batch, Single Barrel, and Bonded Straight American Whiskey. Of course… Continue reading ?

Review: Smooth Ambler Old Scout Single Barrel 11 Years Old

Over the last few years, the craft whiskey world has seen several distilleries criticized for a lack of transparency about the exact origin of the liquid in their bottles. Some of these producers have perhaps been unfairly judged while others… Continue reading ?

Review: Martin Miller’s Gin and Westbourne Strength Gin

Very little about Martin Miller’s Gin is done in an orthodox fashion. First is the where. The company slogan — “Distilled in England, blended in Iceland” — should cue you in to the beginnings of that. Distilled (in a single, ancient… Continue reading ?

Review: The Quiet Man Traditional and Single Malt 8 Years Old Irish Whiskey

  Ciaran Mulgrew’s new whiskey brand hails from Northern Ireland (think Bushmills), and is named “The Quiet Man” in honor of Mulgrew’s father, a former bartender. He writes: Now that I am making my own whiskey, I am naming it… Continue reading ?

Review: Ariel Pink and Weyes Blood join forces for Myths 002

Weyes Blood – moniker of Natalie Mering – grabbed our attention late last year with her sultry single “Do You Need My Love”, from the record Front Row Seat to Earth that quickly followed. In October when she played Acerogami in Pomona, CA and charmed the small room until we swooned to her classical voice. So what […]

Review: Laserlyte V-Mini Laser Grips For NAA Revolvers

If you have tried to shoot one of NAA’s cool little single action revolvers, you know exactly how hard it is to hit anything past a few yards with one. When Laserlyte contacted us about reviewing their laser grips for the micro sized...Show More Summary

Review: Dirty Projectors, "Little Bubble"

This started so egregiously: a thicket of unbearable reverb that eventually gives way to Dave Longstreth singing an thin tune - an extremely thin. Unlike previous single, "Keep Your Name", not everything changes. You remember "Keep Your Name," right? I do: I thought it was one of the best songs of... Continue reading

Suhagra Review: Don’t Buy Before You Read This!

What is it? Suhagra is a generic prescription drug used to treat erectile dysfunction. The pills are intended to work within an hour and produce solid erections lasting up to four hours after ingestion. Suhagra is made from a single … Continue reading ?

Review: On RTJ3, Run The Jewels is here to rip everyone’s throats out

“You’re getting used to me doing no wrong,” El-P says midway through Run The Jewels 3’s first single “Legend Has It,” and he’s not kidding. Over the course of two decades, El’s been a sort of gravitational force for good in hip-hop, his industrial production seemingly refusing to age and his verses getting sharper with each passing year. Show More Summary

Allagash Little Brett

The post, Allagash Little Brett, first appeared on The Barley Blog. Normally, when I purchase beer for review on The Barley Blog, I typically just get the single bottle — I’ve learned that […] The post, Allagash Little Brett, first appeared on The Barley Blog.

Review: Paul John Indian Single Malts – Brilliance and Edited

In America, Amrut is probably the best known whisky from India. Edit: It’s probably the only whisky from India even serious whisky drinkers have encountered. Paul John is a new introduction to the American market — single malt, made in… Continue reading ?

More Beers from Devils Backbone Reviewed: Kilt Flasher, Flor de Luna, Single Hop IPA, Smokehouse Porter, and Berliner Metro Weiss Sour

Virginia-based Devils Backbone cannot seemingly be stopped. We just checked out seven new beers from the company, now it’s dropping another five — a regular release (Kilt Flasher) and four new Rare Series Adventure Pack releases. Let’s dig in. Devils… Continue reading ?

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