That's how one of the contributors on the popular site Broadwayworld.com describes the currently previewing production of Macbeth starring the daring Alan Cumming as the manipulated male of the title. Switching milieus of Shakespeare plays to update/enhance/comment on the text is nothing new, but ... More >>
Money and masses munch on Munch at MOMA
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Why won't you DIE?
As a memorable character in the great, crucial American film canon of movies designed to scare the shit out of you, Freddy Krueger has kept under-supervised children and adults alike worried about sleeping without pissing their pants or being clawed in the face by a creepy leather-skinned mo ... More >>
In this week's Music Section, Rob Harvilla takes U2's new No Line on the Horizon, force quits, and moves to trash. Restart and reboot yourself. Clover Hope on The-Dream's sublime new Love vs. Money. Tad Hendrickson rolls triumphantly forward with The Pogues, eyes as glassed over as ever. Harvilla ... More >>
Rape revenge. Yawn.
Not to get all Andy Rooney on our readers, but have you ever seen a movie so forgettable that you literally forgot you'd seen it? It was only after several minutes of watching MyTV Network's broadcast last night of Wes Craven Presents Dracula 2000 that I realized I'd actually seen the film during it ... More >>
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