For black men, Prince set the stage for a different kind of acceptable identity.
Jesse Kornbluth celebrates Marcus Aurelius.
Both “Wave” and “Occupied” are keeping viewers hooked and entranced with great plots and beautiful landscapes.
Sing Street is a story about a boy who meets a girl, forms a band and writes music that changes all of their lives Here is the synopsis for Sing Street: “Like his earlier films ONCE and BEGIN AGAIN, SING STREET is inspired by writer/director John Carney’s life and love for music, and tells the story […]
William Reese, Jr. and friends honor the musical genius of an artist gone too soon.
Green Room is a thriller that only some people will truly enjoy The thriller is a hit or miss genre of movies. Some of them are going to be amazing and others can easily fall flat but most of the time they do get a sort of following. Silence of the Lambs, Seven and The […]
A tale of ancient yuletide horror gets a modern update.
Holly Gleason On Prince: “Like The Snake In The Garden, He Gave An Apple That Tasted Like Music…And Sex…And Love”
Jesse Kornbluth on Holly Gleason’s review of the late rock legend, Prince.
The recording medium itself has changed what it means to perform and share music.
The cast of Voltron Legendary Defender was at this years Wondercon and Jay Snook was able to ask them some questions The cast of Voltron Legendary Defender was at this years Wondercon and gave a ton of information about this new series. There was a packed panel where fans of all ages were able to […]
Are such fundamental ideas like friendship and loyalty truly meaningful for droids?
Check out the stunning photos from Gio Benitez’s wedding.
As I write this, there are reports that the rock star, once again known as Prince, was treated for an opioid drug overdose six days before he was found unconscious and dead in his home.
It’s been said before, but these days it truly appears Hollywood has run out of original ideas.
For anyone for whom a music store was home, this film will bring you back.
Prince is dead, but his music is still very much alive. And for Wai Sallas, that music is transformative.