AKA ‘Crimes and Non-Sequiturs’
Hol’ up. Sit down. Be humble.
As City of the Sun plows through half an hour of mesmerizing compositions, you can’t help but realize they are pulling at every conceivable heart-string.
‘Eat a Peach’ captures the Allman Brothers Band at their most revolutionary, blending blues and country with progressive rock and roll.
25 years ago, Aphex Twin transformed tired house patterns into ambient-dance masterpieces.
AM’s debut dissects British youth culture with stunning imagery and speed.
Aubrey Plaza fronts an engrossing dark comedy that’ll make you think twice about tapping that little heart button.
† peels away from the French rave era, subverting expectations of the period’s electronic music with a newfound intensity.
Edgar Wright remixes his influences into a musically driven, uniquely insane action blockbuster, fueled by his creative edge.
‘It Comes at Night’ is a socially relevant horror drama that knows how to get inside your head.
Chest pain? Headaches? Some creatures attack from the inside. ‘Alien: Covenant’ and ‘Colossal’ show us how.
Although they couldn’t be more different in approach, ‘Fantastic Beasts’ and ‘Arrival’ are both engaging and inventive holiday blockbusters.