No less than Roger Ebert agrees. This article contains spoilers for The Usual Suspects. The first time I saw The Usual Suspects was in 1996. I was a freshman in high school, and I’d taped it off cable.
Go inside the records that shaped one of Berlin's most formative clubs with Ostgut resident André Galluzzi. Before Berghain ever existed, there was Ostgut. The creative team behind Berlin’s most famous
Perhaps because I have fallen in love with the work of so many writers and artists who were less than great moral role models, I spend a lot of time — perhaps too much — trying to keep aesthetics and apart
In 2012, I wrote a piece for this website breaking down the payments my first band, Galaxie 500, was receiving from streaming services, which were just starting to become a dominant force in the music
The film is emotionally and intellectually terrifying, if not a traditional horror movie. Maybe my biggest genre blind spot as a critic is horror; an intense aversion to jump scares and gore keeps me from
Just because they weren't Best Picture-worthy, that doesn't mean they're not worth your time. The Golden Globes are behind us and the Oscars are ahead of us, which means it’s that time of year when we
As long as books have existed, so too has the concept that reading one is like traveling without leaving your seat. Let us make the argument, though, for being transported both mentally and physically.
I, Tonya poster made by The Shiznit. This year’s Oscar nominations are in, and there have been some surprises, like a Wolverine sequel becoming the first superhero movie to garner a screenplay nomination.
When your film's too extreme for the Rolling Stones For every movie that is released, there are countless that never made it. Scripts that were never picked up. Films shut down in pre-production. Even