The Residents’ first original novel, ‘The Brickeaters,’ tells a noir-tinged story about a bizarre crime spree, a paramilitary nut and an alcoholic writer.
Though Mad #2 was an early triumph, Mad #3 feels like a step backward with weak stories and jokes, though it still features a classic in ‘V-Vampires!’
Penn Jillette and Adam Rifkin’s New Film ‘Director’s Cut’ Is a Smart, Meta Take on the Erotic Thriller B-MovieOn
Director’s Cut, the new film from ‘The Dark Backward’ director Adam Rifkin and the loud half of Penn & Teller, is a brilliantly meta take on B-movies
Kittysneezes launches a new occasional feature looking at great album covers with the debut album from Canadian ’70s rockers Max Webster
Netflix’s Big Mouth just entered its second season and there’s no better time to catch up on the animated series that takes an honest look at puberty.
The 5th Avenue Theater in Seattle is launching the national tour of the recent musical ‘Come From Away,’ based on the true stories of over 1,000 people
Though Asobi Asobase – Workshop of Fun advertised itself as something different, it was an overlooked gem of the Summer 2018 anime season.
Virus.DOS, the latest album from Master Boot Record, combines chiptune sounds with legitimately awesome metal music, including shredding and blast-beats.
Comedian Richard Herring has been using Emergency Questions on his podcast for years, and now you can ask people if they’ve been to Barometer World.
For those playing along, MAD #2 comes — surprisingly — right after MAD #1 and it’s a continuation of the promise made by the last half of that first issue.