Twin Peaks will sound like that strange place we remember.
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Much of Phase Zero passes by like smoke.
A pop album without the gossamer.
The Magnificent Seven barely lives up to the 1960 film, let alone The Seven Samurai before it.
The plot’s unerring adherence to the most banal narrative structure stultifies and overwhelms even Alcaine’s craftsmanship.
Sleater-Kinney at their most fascinating, unknowingly on the cusp of greatness but still fretting over every little thing.
Feels like a half-hearted stab at experimentation and, as a Strokes album, it remains the band’s weakest.
There’s a romanticism in films like Casablanca that is utterly perverted here, if not outright mocked.
It’s a shame that Audrey Hepburn’s cultural branding got so entangled with Breakfast at Tiffany’s.
The latest edition of the The O. Henry Prize Stories arrives every year just around the time that school’s back in session. Its appearance signals to students and…
The Janus-faced nature of On Trails is appropriate.
Tom Petty’s seminal Greatest Hits albums recently received a vinyl reissue upgrade. The Spectrum Culture staff rolled up its sleeves and analyzed the collection, track by track. 1.…
We rank the best 20 actors of all time.