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‘Rupture’ Clip Pulls a ‘Clockwork Orange’

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 […]

Lady GaGa's New Single: The Perez Review!

Meh! What do U think about it??? Listen to much more from The PHP: Perez Hilton Podcast on iTunes or directly at!

Single Review: Brothers Osborne, “It Ain’t My Fault”

With it's driving introductory beat, "It Ain't My Fault" may sound like another in a long line of brash, thumping party songs.

Care Of Subscription Supplement Review

When I think of vitamins – and I’ll be honest with you here – I think of my mom leaving out a single multivitamin on top of a napkin. She would implore me to take it because it was healthy. And that’s all I knew. And when she stopped pushing vitamins on me, I stopped taking vitamins. Show More Summary

César Aira reviews

The most recent additions to the complete review are my reviews of two short César Aira novels -- forthcoming in a single volume in the US (from New Directions) and just out in the UK in separate volumes (from And Other Stories): The Little Buddhist Monk The Proof

Joop! WOW! ~ fragrance review

Many perfume brands have a single big success, a huge heyday-payday fragrance ("I'm young! I'm new! EVERYONE wants me! Ich bin der Geist der Zeit!") Middle and old age are often unkind to such one-hit wonders. Joop! fragrances, especially Joop! Homme, were once sold in upscale department stores. Show More Summary

Jerry Saltz Reviews Jerry Saltz: A Critic Looks at His Own Early Artwork, 35 Years Later

Before I became a critic, I was an artist, and for about ten years, beginning in the early 1970s, I feverishly devoted myself to a single, gigantic project: illustrating the entirety of Dante’s Divine Comedy — starting with Inferno.By 1978, I’d had two solo shows, both of which sold out; ... More »

Single Review: Trace Adkins, “Watered Down”

Trace Adkins has always been at his most interesting when he's been at his most reflective.

20 Fan Favorite Movies With Shockingly Low Rotten Tomatoes Scores!

Rotten Tomatoes has become a go-to shorthand for quality. The critical aggregator site gathers up all the positive and negative reviews and distills them into a single percentage number. But sometimes the majority is just… wrong! Whether they came out before their time or weren't aimed at critics or just inexplicably went over their heads, some of [...]

Fate of the Furious review

(Taken from the Chocolate Films blog) I’m not a Fast and Furious fan – I need to be transparent about that fact. I don’t like a single film in the franchise. I honestly can’t even begrudgingly call a single entry in the eight (EIGHT!) deep series good – I just can’t do it. So instead [...] The post Fate of the Furious review appeared first on The Moderate Voice.

Single Review: Chris Stapleton, “Broken Halos”

Stapleton previews the first of two albums he will be releasing this year, and it has all of the elements that conspired to make him the surprise success story of the past three years.

Single Review: Garth Brooks, “Ask Me How I Know”

"Ask Me How I Know" is a solid record that is likely to be overlooked because of who is singing it.

Single Review: Miranda Lambert, “Tin Man”

Miranda Lambert strikes up a pair of strange conversations on The Weight of These Wings.

Single Review: Jason Isbell and the 400 Unit, “Hope the High Road”

After two outstanding solo albums, Jason Isbell has finally achieved the notoriety and credibility to match his overwhelming talent as a singer and a songwriter.

Review: Future Islands, The Far Field

Pretty much exactly what I expected, but for once, that’s not a knock against the album. Future Islands proved their synthpop aptitude with 2014’s Singles, and “Seasons (Waiting On You)” still holds up as one of the best pop songs of the past five years. On The Far Field, the band doesn’t go... Continue reading

Single Review: Little Big Town, “Happy People”

Little Big Town have a great song in "Happy People," full of wisdom and life advice that would probably save the world if everyone adhered to it.

'Ellie & Max' Review - Some Doggone Perspective

I don't know what it is about a companion gimmick that makes me so invested. I mean most of the time you're usually controlling both as a single entity, so it's not like you have much attachment to either side of the equation directly, but the concept of going into something with a partner is

2017 Holden Commodore SS-V Redline Review | World Class Performance Sedan Waves Farewell

his is it. to the catchy tune of what later became a danni minogue cover single, those three words used in the advertising slogan of the original 1978 holden commodore could also be applied to this 2017 holden commodore ss v redline....Show More Summary

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