Comparing and contrasting two current hit action fantasies
New reviews and notable screenings in this week’s issue
Big Moose worked for years with Earl Hooker and Elmore James and backed Otis Rush, Howlin’ Wolf, Ike Turner, and many more, but his own recordings never caught fire.
Adam Seger teaches tiki drinks, Good Beer Hunting gets interviewed, a Moody Tongue beer dinner, secret weapons and more.
A slow-moving demon creeps inexorably toward its victims in this low-budget horror movie.
It’s a sort of meta experience in reading: it’s about a quest, and getting through it is also a quest.
The all-day show will help usher in the shop’s new era.
The Silence’s “Lemon Iro No Cannabis” is a grandly ornate and pastorally serene fusion of classic rock and psychedelia.
Also Carnufex carolinesis, “white people only” stickers, French models, and a Napa Valley murder-suicide?
A couple of Art Institute grads bring together their Lynchian video game and a haunted telephone for an out-there art project.
A college student asks the mayoral candidates about segregation, and is disappointed by their answers.
Dan Savage advises a cuckold with a quandary, a girl in love but longing for an open relationship, and a married gay male with a dilemma of his own.
Elastic Arts christens its new space with concerts on Thursday and Friday—and augments its preexisting programming with some ambitious new series.
August Wilson’s flawed masterpiece gets a fascinating if bleak revival.
Director Icíar Bollaín documents the dead-end existence of Spanish immigrants in Scotland.