I promise not the touch the cicada cocaine.
The hip-hop producers’ latest album Imaginary Everything, features rapper Namir Blade.
Guy Ritchie surprises with Wrath of Man, his most ambitious film and the strongest since his earliest features. A-
It’s easier to boycott or cut back on Amazon if you live in NYC.
Basil Dearden’s Victim (1961) is a key film in Dirk Bogarde's career, a performance informed and and entwined in his personal life.
Anthology comic series Charlton Bullseye had a superb second run in the early 1980s.
Collective is a good documentary about corruption, manslaughter, murder, bacteria, and poison in mid-2010s Romania.
Downing St. is one of the Village’s more obscure routes.
Jeff Chon’s Hashtag Good Guy With a Gun is an excellent new satirical novel out now via Sagging Meniscus Press.
Bent Bolt and the Nuts' “The Mechanical Man," a weird anti-song on a 7" single in 1966, transcended joke status like so many other contemporary novelty records.
He’s tired of being alone.
In Crossfire (1947), overblown noir aesthetics glide over a righteous but rote story about anti-Semitism.
Also, can I get rich writing on Substack?
They’re merely a popularity contest.
Now that’s one suck-ass movie.
Driving from Philadelphia to Cleveland (Part Four).
It's not even a contest.
This slapstick horror film simmers with anti-Nixon symbolism, surreal underground film tropes, and an avalanche of shattered ambition.
There are competing excuses for the control grid.
She wore a tweed suit of a design that was fashionable a generation ago, a pencil skirt below the knee.
I have nothing against police per se, but the devil is always lurking behind the badge.
To persuade them, you'll have to approach them with more respect.
God forbid we become so sick as to believe we are well, thanking God for Malcolm Gladwell.
Thinking about Foucault as the Resurrection comes.
An excellent documentary on filmmaker Rainer Werner Fassbinder made ten years after his untimely death.
The author promotes himself and "rambles about the 1988 election."
Isn't that true, Miss Day?
A stellar performance from the Circolo degli Artisti on November 3, 2005, with the band already playing two-thirds of Strawberry Jam only two weeks after the release of Feels.
The late actress wins accepts her Oscar for her performance in Steel Magnolias.
48 minutes from the late professor on the late philosopher from the former's stellar series of lectures Fatal Strategies.
Part one of a thorough documentary on the actor released just two years after his death.
The official video for the first single from her new album Daddy's Home, out May 14.
Thank you for letting us know (from the April 27, 1989 episode of The Dick Cavett Show.)
Brief acceptance speeches for Suspicion and Sergeant York, respectively.
From their last year of touring, featuring performances of "I Feel Fine," "If I Needed Someone," "Nowhere Man," "Paperback Writer," "I'm Down," and more.