[POP TRIUMPHALISM] Banging into the global consciousness
in 2012 with summer jam nonpareil “I Love It,” 20-something Swedes
Caroline Hjelt and Aino Jawo have finally released a debut album pro
[PROTO-GOTH] The latest enfant terrible climbing the charts and roiling the blogs, Lorde recorded her debut album, Pure Heroine,
at the tender age of 16 and became the youngest artist to top the
[DAMAGED ROOTS] For nearly two decades, Casey
Neill has been filtering post-hardcore energies through an Americana
muse for tales of wry lamentation, and the barroom mythologizing wed to
painstaking craft has never sounded so perfectly realized.
For reasons not worth detailing here, this review of Jackass Presents: Bad Grandpa arrives a wee bit overdue. Critic's Grade: B+
Entering theaters 11 years to the day after the first Jackass release deliriously exceeded all expectations and made apocalyptic headlines across the country, Bad Grandpa became the franchise's fourth consecutive release to debut wi...
Escape Plan screened after WW press deadlines, but critic Jay Horton was there for the Stallone and the Schwarzenegger. Critic's Grade: C+
A quarter century ago, when dinosaurs strode the earth, American cinema was dominated by an unlamented breed of leaden, clunky, ginormous vehicles constructed to flatter the specific charms and mask the woeful limitations of...
A reward awaits the first person who solves this mystery before the Sherlock Holmes exhibit opens at OMSI.
Hours too late, amid houses of
disturbingly accurate repute, I searched for the Great Critic. Or, at
least, I searched for where the Great Critic always was, at a bar near
the bridge, prec
Whatever the reasons for our current
cultural embrace of the zombie apocalypse, live theater has largely been
spared the plague. It is, after all, rather more difficult to convey
the specter of