The new list is based on polling nine contributors to the site, some of whom contributed to the original list.
Horror resents platitude, but the good horror film insists on the humanity that’s inextinguishable even by severe atrocity.
These are the films from this millennium that have most shocked us by plumbing our deepest primordial terrors.
The further one sifts through the decade’s offerings, the more surprising its highlights seem.
Some of our great new horror movies look to the past for assistance, others resonate with bleak nihilism for our future.
Like The Flaming Lips, Andrew Bird’s a musical existentialist: Lyrics of doubt and worry against a reassuring musical backdrop.
Auteurist artistry and genre craftsmanship remain vital filmmaking avenues throughout the decade.
Due to semi-popular demand, we’ve decided to post #101—250 of both our Best of the Aughts: Albums and Best of the Aughts: Singles lists.
There’s a lot of controversy about how closely, if at all, From a Basement on the Hill mirrors Elliott Smith’s intentions for its final form.
The splendidly odd Neko Case has the looks of a pin-up girl and the voice of an “American Idol” champion.