This year’s edition shouldn’t be shrugged off because there are no sure-things like Murderball and Junebug on the bill.
A time to taste small, savory dishes from all over the world before the bigger feast of the upcoming New Directors/New Films series.
“We Belong Together” earned its title long before this year’s nominations were even announced.
The emails were mostly informative and insightful, sometimes infuriating and self-important, but almost always funny as shit…at least to us.
We suggest you get yourself to a music shop or online downloading service and stock up your vinyl bag or iPod ASAP.
Talented filmmakers working on material from genre aficionados, yielding uneven results.
As usual, the festival will be remembered equally for the films left outside its door.
Trust us when we say that you’ll enjoy this list. If you don’t, well, then you can take a sugar-frosted fuck off the end of our dicks.
I’ve gathered three of Slant’s music boys to dish the dirt on the multi-octave songbird’s first nine releases.
No Dogville-style polemic or drama of Mystic River-sized proportions here, but the difficult balancing act between commerce and high art is still evident.
Oh, MTV, what has happened to you? This year’s list of Video Music Award nominees reads more like a TRL line-up.
That he was so consistently on top of his game is a testament to his position as one of cinema’s greatest visionaries.
"Vital Pop" is a list of 50 essential pop albums. Defining the word "pop" was a task in and of itself.
Because space was tight, documentaries, shorts and animated films were not eligible. Additionally, we limited directors to no more than one spot on the list.