- Screen Reviews
- May 24, 2018
An intimate portrait of Steven Tyler as he embarks on a country-flavoured solo career.
Meet the last living political cartoonist in captivity.
Blue and White (Very Special Records). Review by Bob Pomeroy.
Remember that one great band from way back when? Lee Aronsohn did, and he brought his memory back to life.
40 years past the original, Heartworn Highways Revisited captures the next round of Outlaw country.
Let’s see how Dylan’s gospel songs sound when interpreted by other singers.
After several biopics that sensationalize the already sensational murders committed by Jeffrey Dahmer, My Friend Dahmer takes us back to the high school days, before any of that happened, to try to get a glimpse of who he used to be and what happened to turn him into who he became.
An artist buys a box of old slides and discovers a perfectly preserved midcentury family.
Cry No More (Concord Music Group). Review by Michelle Wilson.
Folks in India have just as many questions about sex as we do. Meet Dr. Watsu, India’s most popular sex advice columnist.
No Revenge Necessary ( The Royal Potato Family). Review by James Mann.
A video gaming breakthrough goes to market just a bit too soon, and ends up in the dustbin of nerd nostalgia.
Meet Grace Jones and her family in Jamaica and see some cool performances.
The Soultangler, a mid ’80s DIY horror film gets a lovingly restored Blu-ray release from AGFA.
Vanilla Fudge are still with us and now specialize in classic rock covers. See them rock out in Sweden.
Where We Were Together (Damnably Records). Review by Bob Pomeroy.
A woman descends into madness in this stylish horror film by Robert Altman.
Grateful Dub. Review by Bob Pomeroy.
Voices ( Appleseed Recordings). Review by James Mann.
Up To The Sky (Second Kiss). Review by Bob Pomeroy.
Michelle Wilson braved the elements for a set with the ’70s legends.