WE ARE YOUR FRIENDS: A joyless, derivative drama structured around the music biopic formula.
STRAIGHT OUTTA COMPTON: Simultaneously de-mythologizes and re-mythologizes N.W.A.’s contributions to rap music and hip-hop culture.
Multi-platinum singer Adele fired up the rumor mill last year with an enigmatic Tweet that hinted at a new album in the second half of 2014, but true to her label’s word, it did not materialize and appears to be set for a release later this year. The rumors began
Wise man say: forgiveness is divine, but only listening to Paul, AJ, and Nowheresville director/Smoke Gets in Your Ears co-host Joseph Lewis discuss the original 1990 Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles film will get you past those pearly gates. Or something, a little birdie told us. But not, like, a mutant bird. Anyway. The
Godzilla, that green, rubbery, nuclear-breathing master of destruction–he’s basically like if Gumby kicked ass, right? His origins were a little different. Close to a decade after America dropped the atom bomb, Japanese filmmaker Ishirô Honda sought to show us, in stark black-and-white, what the bomb may have wrought: a physical
This week The Popcast team reassemble itself like a broken lego structure to talk about the few things we’ve seen, Shia’s paper bag, curling our favourite PSH performances, and more.
Happy 2014, everyone! Now that 2013 has OFFICIALLY bitten the dust (and c’est la vie -seriously), I will reminisce and bask in its highlights with the top 20 album releases of 2013 that I COULD NOT STOP LISTENING TO.. I’d like to say “order-shmorder” to be fair, but the Top 10
It’s all come down to this. A year of rambling, raging, and running off at the mouth has led to this one final episode of 2013. And, you know, finales are difficult things. How do you encapsulate the year that come’s before, to pay homage and tribute to everyone and
THE END IS NIGH! Of Gobbledyween 2013, that is. And possibly of the world, if Big Haagen has its way in The Stuff. That’s right, the final film of this year’s horror movie marathon is none other than 1985’s The Stuff, about a sentient yogurt-like substance that wants to turn you into
Music draws us back to certain a memories. An essay on the majesty of that, the soundtrack of the mid 90s, love’s and all the things that are like it, and a weird adolescence.
Yuck has a new album coming out titled Glow & Behold, and we’ve got your chance to listen to the first single, “Middle Seas”. The song features Max Bloom’s beautifully evocative vocals to the fore for a galvanizing alt-rock anthem like only Yuck know how to do. Keep reading to give
Though already a heralded name within the print/art collector community, Mondo has quickly become one of the most prolific names in the limited edition vinyl soundtrack game.