To see the fights, Universal Soldier 4 demands you suffer.
I suppose it was inevitable that Rush wrote a book. To move from long-form albums with intricate plot-lines and involved character development to a multi-hundred-page novel with the same isn't really much of a leap, after all, and prog has always been at least a bit about bombast. What could be more ... More >>
Stampeding Providence, R.I. noise-rock duo Lightning Bolt, a two-piece as loud as it is heavy, destroys an otherwise quiet Monday night at Fitzgerald's behind its forthcoming Load Records release, Oblivion Hunter, which the label describes as "amped-up and free, with an ear on the railroad tracks to ... More >>
Jake Gyllenhaal heroic even during weird plot wrinkles.
Enjoy the great indoors!
John Woo's killer instincts return — now if only his originalRed Cliff would return, too.
From McG's Terminator, that is. What a drag.
Have you ever pulled out the old family photo album, looked at yourself through the years, and sat gazing at your lost youth? We all look back and shout, “Shit, if only I had laid off those Toaster Strudels,” or “You know, those ten years being a blackout drunk weren’t called for.” Time in ... More >>
Richard Linklater's Scanner is a rotoscoped feast for freaks
DJ Spooky is a friendly digital ghost, unless you happen to be Tricky
Spielberg's Minority Report gets good grades until the end
Richard Linklater's Waking Life is as frustrating as it is stimulating
In the rousing 6th Day, Arnold Schwarzenegger is not the only one who has been copied
The Spanish Open Your Eyes toys with reality
Dark City asks: Who are you, if you can't remember who you are?