In the winter of 1967, the cover of Partisan Review was dominated by a single question: “WHAT’S HAPPENING TO AMERICA?” It blared the era’s sense of alarm. The magazine had sent a questionnaire to its most famous affiliates—novelists,...Show More Summary
Bad Liar is here, and Selena Gomez just dropped the song of the summer!!!! Whisper Queen is the new queen of singles!!!!! The anticipated new track everyone expected to be about breaking up with Justin Bieber is finally out, and… she just ended Justin! We don't even know if the song is about him and we [...]
Alyeska is a trio out of LA, fronted by Alaska Reid who’s joined by Ben Spear on drums and Enzo Scardapane on bass. Crush is the band’s debut EP and grows on the soft/loud dynamic that their first single promised. Whether the music is subdued or blaring out of the speakers, Reid’s vocals dreamily float [...]
Mainstays Single Burner is a portable electric coil hotplate you can buy for $9 at Walmart (and Amazon). It has a 1m two-prong cord, an adjustable power control (temperatures are not marked) and rubber feet. I tested it with a steel stock pot with 8 quarts of water. After turning up the heat I watched it for a while. Show More Summary
Yet another example of the Nashville majors signing a talented artist and proceeding to waste that talent in the studio.
Every time V-MODA comes out with a new pair of headphones, I get excited to test them out. That’s because every single pair I’ve ever tested sound great, and lasts and lasts. I’ve yet to be…
“A Philosophy of Stones” by Gretchen E. Henderson appears in the May/June 2017 issue of the Kenyon Review A good game for the bookish is to think of a single… Continue reading ?
Prey masterfully combines elements from some of sci-fi horror's greatest games into a single glorious, blood-spattered tapestry. Put simply, Prey is a triumph. I preordered Prey after playing its "First Hour" demo recently, specifically to write this review. Show More Summary
In this edition of The Weekend Read, we have movie reviews, interviews, editorials, lists, rankings, and so much more. Here’s every single original feature the /Film wrote in the past week. Movie and TV Reviews Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. Show More Summary
It was in August of last year that the full horror of the war in Syria went viral, the attention of the entire world captured by a single profoundly disturbing image: that of a 5-year-old boy, Omran Daqneesh, seated calmly in the back of an ambulance, face caked with blood and dust after the destruction of his home. Show More Summary
Could her lack of a clear strategy on getting France out of the European single currency cost Marine Le Pen dear in Sunday's second round against pro-European Emmanuel Macron? A majority of Jean-Luc Mélenchon's supporters say they won't vote for either candidate. And François Fillon opens fire in his legal battle against weekly satirical magazine Le Canard Enchaîné.
I normally keep a bit of a distance from "Single Issue Activists" BUT this expose' put together by "The Irritated Genie" is to powerful to ignore.In my first review of the (fruadulent) "National Urban League - State Of Black American...Show More Summary
PLOT: Several serial killers wreak havoc throughout Los Angeles over the course of a single, blood-soaked night. REVIEW: I didn’t care for PSYCHOPATHS, but let me preface this review by admitting that I admire director Mickey Keating, who I think is a promising genre voice. Show More Summary
The best Leslie Feist songs mix whimsy and realness into an emotional antioxidant smoothie. Pleasure is her first record in six years. Metals was a bit misunderstood since the pure pop fantasies of her previous singles “Mushaboom” and “1 2 3 4” weren’t indicative of the overall direction of the... Continue reading
While it's extremely rare to see a single actor take the blame for all of the problems of a production, there are certainly performers who make for great indicators of crap.
NOTE: This review originally ran as part of our Fantasia Fest 2016 coverage PLOT: A single mother is kidnapped one day by a mysterious organization that proceeds to interrogate her without explanation. They want her for something, but what? REVIEW: RUPTURE is a weird film. Show More Summary
Rupture (read our review) is a science-fiction thriller about a single mother (Prometheus‘ Noomi Rapace) abducted by a terrifying and mysterious organization who reveal to her that humanity faces an unsettling threat from within. In this new clip, a man has his eyes pried open, in an homage to Stanley Kubrick’s A Clockwork Orange, where staring at […]
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With it's driving introductory beat, "It Ain't My Fault" may sound like another in a long line of brash, thumping party songs.
Hey, remember that one good Bubba song?