The visual album proposes a pan-African vision of legacy, abundance, and unity.
Mehrdad Oskouei’s documentary is striking for the way its subjects describe horrific forms of violence in the plainest of language.
The album makes room for evocative, sensory lyrics and sonics that verge on the cinematic, but it also spends a lot of time on the mundane.
Everything about your quest feels dragged out to mask how little substance there is to Blessing in Disguise.
The game has the look of a thoughtful samurai epic, but the façade flakes under scrutiny.
While a lot of care has gone into refining the game’s combat, there’s no shortage of things to do outside of battles.
Make & Break is at its best when injecting variety into the campaign, not only mixing up the environments but the game modes.
Few of the game’s problems would be insurmountable in the face of an engaging narrative.
Metaphorically speaking, the developers at Pugstorm have left more than half the carrot buried in the soil.
Though it doesn’t provide room for a fully formed character arc, the series is driven by its performances and mordant humor.
The actor discusses collaborating with Joe Swanberg and a wildly talented cast on his directorial debut.
King can still write a horror story that scares and delights in equal measure.