Movie Review: Passengers

Good science fiction is supposed to do two things: say something about the time we live in raise questions. On that front Norwegian director Morten Tyldum does an adequate job in his latest project, Passengers. I can’t help but admit to having my interests piqued at the social quandaries presented in this film, like income inequality still being a thing, how […]

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REVIEW: IT’S ALWAYS SUNNY IN PHILADEPHIA: RACISM IS KIND OF SILLY AS LONG AS YOU CAN SING

The Nightman cometh but aficionados needn’t any Riderall to stay up for this one, although a little silver spray-paint in a dirty sock may help kick-off the depravity. After 11 years of polluting the airwaves with their sweet carbon monoxide infused idiocy, It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia came back for another round Wednesday night with the inauguration of its new […]

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INTERVIEW: 5 Questions with Neopolitan

Neopolitan‘s music brings to mind a mix of Miami 80s themes and at times gives the vibe of Goblin sans instruments. It’s original and much needed in this scene where shitty DJs and electronica have lost there way. I chatted with Pedro Caignet about the band and its influences. Neopolitan’s music seems familiar yet it’s nothing that anyone can point their finger on. What […]

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Review: Patience by Daniel Clowes

“A COSMIC TIMEWARP DEATHTRIP TO THE PRIMORDIAL INFINITE OF EVERLASTING LOVE BY DANIEL CLOWES.” That’s the description written on the back cover of the new Daniel Clowes graphic novel, Patience (published by Fantagraphics), and it is an apt one indeed. Clowes’ work has always been strange. Even when grounded in reality, like Ghost World, there is always an air of […]

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