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One of the luminaries of a crowded contemporary metal scene.
Davachi’s music feels surreal.
It’s probably a warning sign when a director’s strongest feature is a Step Up movie.
The Oath provides a subtle but pointed look into a life completely consumed by the nonstop noise of news.
An adorable jangle-pop statement.
Beak> is a no-frills band with absolutely nothing to prove.
One of the finest horror films ever made, one of cinema’s ultimate statements of total nihilism.
Weerasethakul’s later work takes many of Tropical Malady’s themes and builds upon them.
Valente has the talent to convey human yearning and halt all the madness of alien species and worlds where the clouds rain diamonds.
Sveen’s stories refuse to follow a predictable structure.
In honor of Spectrum Culture's 10th anniversary, we’re reviving the spirit of our erstwhile Monthly Mixtape feature and giving it the retrospective treatment.
Queer films are reaching wider audiences than ever.