A review of Jeff Kisseloff’s “The Box: An Oral History of Television, 1928-1961,” which describes the early day of everyone’s favorite medium.
On 1992’s Shadow Weaver, the Legendary Pink Dots make a fine, doubting record, taking psychedelia forwards, if not with much optimism.
The latest show from Vernon Chatman and PFFR, ‘The Shivering Truth’ tells linked comedic horror stories via the medium of gorgeous stop-motion animation.
The new collection ‘Your Black Friend and Other Strangers’ by Ben Passmore is deeply political without being preachy, and occasionally pretty dang funny.
‘Vic and Bob’s Big Night Out’ Doesn’t Have Much to Do With the Original Series, But It’s Still GreatOn
If you’re a Reeves & Mortimer fan of a certain age, you might not remember Big Night Out, but thankfully, Vic and Bob’s first series has returned.
Coming out on Thanksgiving, Mystery Science Theater 3000: The Gauntlet fixes the few issues with Season 11, and gives us six great cinematic turkeys.
A review of a book of interviews from the Comics Journal with Harvey Kurtzman, exploring his career from ‘Hey Look!’ to ‘Little Annie Fanny.’
We’ve all heard of the sophomore slump where a band’s second album isn’t nearly as good as their first — but Zappa avoided it with ‘Absolutely Free’.
Nicky Flowers, ex-Cassette Fighter, is releasing their self-titled album this December, and if you’re a fan of synthpop, you’ll love it.
A review of the excellent Korean film Save The Green Planet!, which spans just about every genre you can think of — and nails all of them.