‘A Girl Walks Home Alone at Night’ Film Review

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‘A Girl Walks Home Alone at Night’ Film Review

More than just a moody, atmospheric vampire film, it’s a Beckett-like creation.

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‘God Help The Girl’ Film Review

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.

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Howlin’ Wolf ‘Howlin’ Wolf’ Album Reissue

5 out of 5
Rating: 5

A scintillating remastering of one of the greatest blues records ever made.

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The Vivascene Q & A: Isaac Ezban

One of Mexico’s most innovative new film voices shares his thoughts on his landmark first film, The Incident, and on his inspirations.

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‘Maps To The Stars’ Film Review

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.

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Album of the Week: Neil Young ‘Storytone’

4 out of 5
Rating: 4

Neil Young’s 35th recording Storytone proves to be one of his most ambitious, and surprisingly, one of his best in years.

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