Mad Surgeons, pools of red vomit, and enough guitar feedback to make your ears bleed. Exhumed gives Matthew Moyer a reason to walk in to a Cannibal Corpse show.
In the time it takes you to read this review, Tokyo Police Club can play an entire set of high-energy indie rock. S D Green tries to keep up with all the brevity.
Lily and Generoso select their ten favorite features, a collection of supplemental films, and a best repertory release of 2019.
The horror-comedy classic gets new life in this Blu-ray reissue.
The Spitfire Grill is a sprightly musical with heart, soul and some decent side dishes.
The Little Woman have all grown up and now deal with grown-up issues like marriage and spinsterhood, and how wonderful owning a Proper English Estate might be.
The multi-instrumentalist opens up on influences that shaped his The Griot Swings the Classics.
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For the fifth straight year, Lily and Generoso assess a selection of new features from the eclectic program at AFI FEST, Los Angeles’ most prominent film festival.