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    Guitar Man

    He’s the best-selling artist on the Billboard Blues charts, and most people don’t know his name. Who is Joe Bonamassa? Guitar Man tells you that story.

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    Maybe getting a roadie from a creepy van isn’t the best idea, but then again having a cannibal driving your tour bus can smooth out a lot of little issues.

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    Herb Alpert Is…

    This biopic follows Herb Alpert’s rise to the top of the music world, and his life time of continued success.

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    Silent Running

    The early ’70s cult classic Silent Running gets major upgrade from Arrow Video.

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    Comfort and Joy

    With just a few short days before Christmas in Glasgow, morning drive time disc jockey, Alan “Dickie” Bird finds himself caught in the middle of an absurd ice cream war in Bill Forsyth’s masterful 1984 comedy, Comfort and Joy. Generoso reviews this underrated gem which he holds dear as his all-time favorite holiday film.

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    A Shot of Poison (10th Anniversary Edition)

    Nostalgia is a powerful force, and Christopher Long’s account of hair metal icons Poison and their 2006 tour puts Ian Koss in a reflective mood.

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    Fully Realized Humans

    Josh and Jesse are expecting their first baby. A rain of useful helpful advice nearly smothers them, until they have to start changing diapers.

  • Best of Film 2020
    Best of Film 2020

    Lily and Generoso select and review their ten favorite features, five supplemental films, and prized repertory releases of 2020.

  • Patch & Tweak with Moog
    Patch & Tweak with Moog

    The sounds of Moog synthesizers have been the future of music for a good part of our past now. Julius C. Lacking takes a look at this comprehensive guide.

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