Jordan Peele’s follow-up to Get Out is a far weirder horror opus.
Jonas Åkerlund’s Lords of Chaos is a hyper-violent rock biopic that provides an intimate (and perhaps revisionist) take on notorious black metal band Mayhem.
Raising the dead rarely ends well. That’s the message I got from Kevin Kölsch and Dennis Widmyer’s grisly take on Pet Sematary.
Janelle Monae’s Dirty Computer does for the Information Age what Ziggy Stardust did for the space age – namely, weave the concerns of the day into a radical tale of identity, repression, and rebellion.
Courtney Barnett’s sophomore album Tell Me How You Really Feel is confessional rock record that retains the Australian singer-guitarist’s gift for wit and wordplay.
Firepower, the latest offering from heavy metal pioneers Judas Priest, is nothing short of epic.
Dear Rouge’s sophomore effort is a stylish collection of new wave-tinged electro-rock.
A theme of solidarity runs through Arkells’ latest record, a collection of rock anthems about love, righteous anger, and community.