- Screen Reviews
- February 25, 2020
Jose Ramon Larraz’s slasher classic looks sharp in this new Blu-ray.
What an activist jerkwad – posted by James Mann on December 08, 2006 06:48
Waiter: You Vultures! (Fearless). Review by Addam Donnelly.
Shelton Hull puts on his media critic hat to review DVD documentaries on Rastafari women and the Black Panther Party, while taking in Kool Keith’s recent TRL performance all in one sitting.
The Wind At Four To Fly (Diamond Riggs). Review by Carl F Gauze.
Proudflesh (Wired Gnome). Review by Scott Adams.
Rockin’ with the Barbarians – posted by James Mann on December 07, 2006 07:07
The thundering roar of bloodthirsty morons – posted by James Mann on December 07, 2006 07:02
Earthlink goes for the meth crowd – posted by James Mann on December 07, 2006 06:50
The Big Green Issue is out, and from Matthew Moyer‘s description, if you don’t have this you should be a bit verdant with envy for those who do.
Our Fathers & the Things They Left Behind (Rising Oak). Review by Jen Cray.
During their short tour opening for the legendary Joan Jett, Texas’ most valuable export-Riverboat Gamblers– invited Jen Cray up to their dressing room for an informal chat before their set.
Open Letter (Dai Box). Review by Kyrby Raine.
King Crimson Songbook Volume One (Voice Print). Review by Carl F Gauze.
Uh oh. – posted by James Mann on December 06, 2006 07:35
Did I tell ya? I told ya… – posted by James Mann on December 06, 2006 07:31
What do these two stories have in common? – posted by James Mann on December 06, 2006 07:24
Make me a snack as big as the moon? After reading this new book, Scott Adams knows more about the Moon Pie than any one person has the right to know. Yum yum.
White Bread Black Beer (Nonesuch/Rough Trade). Review by Ben Varkentine.
Mute Math are, without a doubt, one of the most talented live bands you will ever see. Heavy hitting drummer Darren King spoke with Jen Cray after the band’s pair of awe inspiring dates during Orlando’s Anti-Pop Festival.