Number crunching is in this year at the Academy Awards and it’s not just those pesky accountants.
Dario Argento’s films are like stained glass windows ready to shatter and slice the unsuspecting spectator.
Haaksman, currently busy puffin’ away and working on several new projects, took a few moments to speak with Slant about the influence of dub, both personal and universal.
Yes, artists should be paid for their work, but the industry’s ongoing legal squabbles are anything but selfless.
You know the deal: The spoils go to the studio that makes the biggest dent in the Academy member’s consciousness.
Here are our predictions for who will win, who should win and who doesn’t stand a chance.
Ironically, the moment Carey took the reigns on her career was the very moment she lost control.
Thank God for David Lynch, but thank Buñuel for the revolution.
We chatted with the star and director of Piñero about its making and the tragedy of the real-life Piñero’s life.
You know the drill: This year was or wasn’t the best thing to happen to cinema since Thomas Alva Edison.
Wannabe hit singles eclipsed the popular and the most enterprising videos rarely induced a yelp on MTV’s Total Request Live.
The singer hesitantly approached her microphone like a hungry predator or lover and discretely toiled over each syllable.
Old school meets new school at the festival, where a formidable faction of Nouvelle Vague auteurs and their upstarts overwhelm the program.
Following tours supporting Blink-182 and the recently popped-out Weezer, the Irving Plaza floor both brewed with anticipation and stewed with “what-if-they-don’t-play-any-old-stuff?” anxiety.
No woman can rock like Polly Jean Harvey, not even punk priestess Patti Smith.
Slant spoke to the cast and crew of one of the most evocative and talked about films of the year.
The obligatory Cowgirl segment falls a bit flat if only because it follows the high-drama and acrobatics of the Geisha storyline. However, it found Madonna at her most talkative on this particular evening.
DiFranco’s musical progression has always made sense and each album seems to be a stepping stone to the next.