Todd Haynes’ new film is a boring failure about an important subject. D
Goofy Peleton ad freaks them out, and Pete Buttigieg’s a homophobe.
Also slanders teachers and colleagues. It’s an open question whether we will publish him again.
The dentist told me to press on it as hard as I could. That is what constituted an anesthetic in Yugoslavia.
Buffalo Joe’s the Pineapple Upside-Down Cake of 2020.
Rock music in the 2010s was boring, and the only group that was totally original was Death Grips.
But they also make me nostalgic for my first experimental band.
I’m Still Here is the best American film of the 2010s.
A walk of penance for pictures after Thanksgiving.
Who replaced your brain with a simple mechanism stuck on repeat?
Burning money as protest is still a taboo.
Maybe the MD's of the Twitterverse can offer some wisdom.
Paleocon Diary (#200).
Thinking about the causes I’ve supported.
Tim Pool and Dave Rubin say they're liberals, but offer zero critiques of conservatives.
Here’s the latest batch.
Hate for the holidays.
No one pulls any fingers and everyone is guilty.
People know it's a cult, but they continue to patronize it.
Rainer Werner Fassbinder's adaptation of Henrik Ibsen's A Doll House.
On live TV in 1960, performing their two most popular songs (the latter of which they wrote themselves).
Nearly eight hours of living history and confused euphoria.
More candidates should follow Gabbard, Yang, and Sanders' lead and go on massively popular podcasts like this.
Two short films about the thankless job of being a soundperson by Nicky Smith screening December 13 at the Mercury Theater in Baltimore.
On digital projection, the future of movies on the internet, and the superiority of Mac against Windows.
Miss Anthropocene is out February 21 via 4AD.
Drop out, Pete.
The director of Just Another Girl from the I.R.T. visits the Criterion Collection to talk about Fellini, Renoir, Varda, and more.
Duane Allman plays a swampy slide behind Aretha's powerful version of "The Weight."