- Screen Reviews
- June 23, 2017
A pious young Polish girl falls from grace and becomes the most potent sex symbol of Gilded Age France.
Genius: The Ulitmate Collection (Concord Music Group). Review by Phil Bailey.
Apple Tree (Marion-Lorraine Records). Review by Phil Bailey.
If Gorilla Grodd, Captain Cold, the Pied Piper, and Captain Boomerang live on your bookshelf, you’ll be wanting this in-depth history of The Flash, from historians and the people who created him.
The first of two live-action films based on the manga/anime/videogame, Death Note, is now available on DVD. It ain’t no Sin City, says Phil Bailey.
Dark Sky Films has repackaged and reissued a DVD box set of three classic horror films from British horror factory Amicus. Phil Bailey settles in for a long evening of Lovecraft adaptations, tastefully ripped nightgowns, and Peter Cushing!
Wrestling meets rubber suited monsters in a supposedly wicked good time…or is it? Phil Bailey is not quite convinced.
Phil Bailey spends a little time with one of music’s true iconoclasts via her new DVD, Render: Spanning Time With Ani DiFranco.
My Life of Crime (Powder Burn). Review by Phil Bailey.
Time and Tide Wait for No Man (Levitt). Review by Phil Bailey.
Tell Your Friends (Palace Coup). Review by Phil Bailey.
Ode to My Freaks (Windswept). Review by Phil Bailey.
Film Molecules (K). Review by Phil Bailey.
Jim White, with Myshkin’s Ruby Warblers and Jeff & Vida at The Pensacola Museum of Industry (Radio Live), Pensacola, FL on June 7, 2002. Concert review by Phil Bailey.
The Illustrated History of Puffy Amiyumi (Bar None). Review by Phil Bailey.
Salesman’s Girl (Hightone). Review by Phil Bailey.
Volume Two (Sony). Review by Phil Bailey.
The Reputation (Initial). Review by Phil Bailey.
Controversial anime master Yasuomi Umetsu is back with his latest project, Mezzo Forte. Phil Bailey takes a look at the decidedly adult director’s cut on DVD.
The Blast Rocks at Van Gogh’s in Pensacola, FL on February 13, 2002. Concert review and photos by Phil Bailey.
Phil Bailey exhibits his love of documenting the indie music of the ’90s through stickers, and starts on a new project for the new decade.