More than just a moody, atmospheric vampire film, it’s a Beckett-like creation.
Its flaws are as forgivable as one’s own awkward adolescence; God Help the Girl is a seductively charming confection: candy-coated, full of feeling, and emblematic of Murdoch’s many perceptions and pop efficacy.
A scintillating remastering of one of the greatest blues records ever made.
One of Mexico’s most innovative new film voices shares his thoughts on his landmark first film, The Incident, and on his inspirations.
Maps to the Stars is David Cronenberg’s most accessible film since Eastern Promises, and represents another in a long line of commercial and artistic showpieces.
Neil Young’s 35th recording Storytone proves to be one of his most ambitious, and surprisingly, one of his best in years.