Are you up for a third helping of Kung Fu Panda? See what our reviewer has to say about the latest from Po and the Furious Five in this Viewpoints feature from Issue 9.Read More
This film is a great attribute to the dedication to art and preservation of the world’s culture.Read More
Julianna Barwick is not a household name. In fact, it’s fairly likely Julianna Barwick will never be a household name. That’s not to say that her music isn’t great or that she doesn’t deserve tons of recognition and appraise. She does.Read More
Even if the characters appear stale at times, the film is still a wonderful experience. If anything, it gives the audience an opportunity to reminisce about any experiences they may have had with LEGO toys.Read More
The idea that a person could fall in love with their OS has made many people skeptical of “Her,” but truly this film is more than an unexpected romance. It’s a peephole into what could be our own near-future.Read More
Like it’s predecessor, “Amnesia: A Machine for Pigs” takes an atmospheric, “what you can’t see might actually hurt you” approach to scary. However, a Victorian industrial feel replaces “A Dark Descent’s” castle dungeons.Read More
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- The soulful goldtones of Holly Waxwing and Noumenal Loom Despite its quiet release, “Goldleaf” soon caught the ears of not only local Montevallo music heads but also bloggers and tastemaking websites like Tiny Mixtapes. by Reed Strength | under Lifestyles
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