Bullet Train’s biggest feat is its own understanding of merging its chaotically Looney Tunes-level of violence with some genuinely interesting storytelling turns, and its use of Brad Pitt’s comedic sensibilities to their utmost.
Los Bitchos are an LSD-laced sugar cube melting in your mouth. The London-based four-piece make tripped-out 70s-inspired cumbia that sounds like it belongs in the 1966 Czech film Daisies—Věra Chytilová’s […]
Our country has always privileged the powerful—a group that, historically and presently, has consisted almost exclusively of straight white men. Since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic, they’ve only intensified […]
For Glenn Danzig, the past 15 years have been especially weird. Starting with the infamous 2004 backstage TKO punch delivered by North Side Kings singer Danny Marianino, the Misfits mastermind—in […]
A 50-year history of the Bulls’ big egos, bad draft picks, blown knees, and heartbreaking losses
How The Wolf of Wall Street and The Lego Movie made me change my tune on the Jonah Hill-Channing Tatum comedy series.
Inspired by water bottles, capoeira, and Looney Tunes, Compagnie Käfig takes hip-hop from the streets of Rio to Columbia College.
The Family features Robert De Niro parodying his past film roles—and American stereotypes in general.
Why it’s foolish to be alarmed by “story-less” movies
Get yourself to the Looney Tunes Film Festival.