X Japan is the premier Japanese metal band, a mélange of thrash, glam, and symphonic rock.
Director Ty West takes his inspiration from the spate of second-rate Hollywood and third-rate Italian spaghetti westerns of the early- to mid-’70s.
This documentary chronicles a NASA team’s efforts to man a vehicle across 2,000 miles in the Arctic to simulate an actual manned mission to Mars.
Like a transgressive Forrest Gump, Danny Fields is at the nexus of pretty much every major alternative moment in rock and roll from the 1960s to the ’80s.
Nick Kroll stars as a mid-30s slacker who acts as his blind brother’s Seeing Eye dog and sports trainer, rolled up in one resentful package.
Within the first 10 minutes, you feel you are safely in the hands of a master.
A gorgeously drawn, beautifully scored, and, as is wont with most erotic Japanese anime, disturbing film,
Nicolas Winding Refn’s latest film is a candy coated, neon drenched homage to classic 1980’s psychodramas, and a loud, pretentious mess.
This is actually a romantic farce masquerading as a horror/comedy, with a light and dry touch.