Nate Parker may have overreached with his controversial debut, but it’s still one of the most important films you can see this Oscar season.
Hideaki Anno’s reinvigoration of the Japanese kaiju tradition of Godzilla, dormant for over a decade, is a darkly comic, prescient tale of the destructive and restorative power of government in the face of nuclear proliferation.
Thankfully, Halt and Catch Fire doesn’t have to go out on this beautiful high note.
For the second half of September’s Albums of the Month, we wander a little more into the minefield of “albums everyone else is reviewing.” That doesn’t make them somehow un-excellent, unmoving, or unimportant… just that sometimes their music can feel so dissected that it is more advisable to use a light, empathetic touch. To leave some of the mystery there, for others to find.
Introducing Manu (@manuclearbomb), the newest addition to the FOTS team.
The second season of Mr. Robot shudders to a close, as maddeningly opaque as it’s ever been.
On the third season of Halt and Catch Fire, the characters struggle with communication breakdown at the dawn of the communication age. Continue reading Midseason Check-In: ‘HALT AND CATCH FIRE’s’ Lonely Geniuses
So at this point, I think the only way to continue talking about this game is to do so with full spoilers, so proceed at your own risk.
We have another two-part Albums of the Month this month after taking August off. While in retrospect there were some hidden gems from August (Blowout, The Afterglows, Ka), September is so righteously stacked with quality music that a double dose was only fitting.
Will Thrones and Veep repeat? Will the cast of The Americans finally get their due? And can anything stop People v. O.J. Simpson? We take a stab at predicting Sunday night’s Emmys.